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Case Fan

Cooler Master SickleFlow (Blue) 69 CFM 120 mm Fan

(95 Ratings, 4.4 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

SickleFlow (Blue)

Part #

R4-L2R-20AC-GP

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Size

120 mm

Color

Clear

RPM

2000 RPM

Airflow

69 CFM

Noise Level

19 dB

PWM (4-Pin)

No

LED

Blue

Bearing Type

Long Life Sleeve

Features

  • RoHS compliance for protecting the environment
  • Recommended for V10, V8, Hyper 212, Hyper Z600, Gemini, Cosmos, Cosmos S, HAF 932, HAF 922, CM Storm Scout and Sniper.
  • 50,000 long life hours.

Price History

    Reviews

    Sonic4EVA
    • 41 points
    • 33 months ago

    from completed build Pikachu's Electro Ball

    These standard case fans aren't really made for the radiator, but I had some spare ones lying around, so I used them anyways. In regular 1 inch thick radiators, this is actually a fine solution. The only real problem is that they're cheap and loud.

    Dam5968
    • 26 points
    • 56 months ago

    from completed build All work and no play, NO WAY!!!!

    they are $9 bucks but the case is small and they move air

    MasterSniper3731
    • 23 points
    • 57 months ago

    Keeps good airflow and looks cool

    Treboy
    • 21 points
    • 53 months ago

    from completed build 14 Year Old's First Build

    Really nice, I got two when they were on sale even cheaper and there relatively quiet. The lights go well with the NZXT HUE LED's i have in my case and even though i only have 3 fans (2 of which are the blue cooler masters and one a crappy one that came with the case) these things keep the case and the components inside it cool to the touch.

    hotlikemsaug
    • 19 points
    • 41 months ago

    from completed build The Patriot

    Awesome fans, fairly quite, adjustable speed, very bright.

    iNonEntity
    • 18 points
    • 58 months ago

    from completed build NeoBlue

    WRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR Yeah it gets loud if you turn it all the way up. LEDs are a brilliant blue! Love the color on this one

    jtinsley71793
    • 16 points
    • 49 months ago

    good product, but noise levels are not soo good

    Draekhost
    • 15 points
    • 55 months ago

    These fans were super cheap for a fair amount of airflow, plus they are blue which I love. They are quiet even under higher load. I've set them to run a bit higher than default, which keeps the whole environment nice and cool.

    LoganNoster
    • 15 points
    • 46 months ago

    from completed build Budget Gaming PC

    Easy install, moves a lot of air, nice LED's, fairly quiet, even comes with an adapter to connect the fan directly to the power supply.

    ajohann94
    • 15 points
    • 43 months ago

    My biggest complaint rests with this piece here. Thank you Cooler Master for including screws with your product, but it would be wonderful if your product was threaded for the screws you included. Oh man, this was probably one of the most frustrating parts until one of my students gave me the brilliant idea to hold the fan still on one side, and just screw in from the other. All that to say, you more or less, have one shot at installing this thing. It runs silent at least, when it's not blowing full RPM. When it's running full, sounds like a leaf blower.

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