Cooler Master Introduces MasterAir G200P Low-Profile CPU Cooler

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A New Small-Form Factor Build Option

Cooler Master has launched their latest CPU cooler with the MasterAir G200P, a 92mm design for AMD and Intel processors that stands just over 39 mm.

The MasterAir G200P is a 39.4 mm low-profile CPU cooler designed for small form factor cases and compact PC builds. Built with a powerful 92mm squared PWM fan to maximize top-down cooling, the G200P features a wide fan speed range that is fine-tuned for maximum airflow, overall cooling performance and silent operation.

The RGB fan is compatible with all RGB-certified motherboards and includes a wired, RGB LED controller, allowing full-color customization.

Cooler Master lists these features for the G200P:

  • RGB LED Controller – The wired RGB LED Controller allows for customizable colors and effects with just the touch of a button
  • Designed for Small Form Factor Cases – The ultra-low-profile heat sink measures 39.4 mm overall – the ideal size for small form factor PC builds
  • Two C-Shaped Heat Pipe Design – Strategically shaped heat pipe design for an ultra-compact cooler that maximizes heat dissipation.
  • 92mm PWM Fan with RGB Lighting – Wide speed range PWM fan that comes with RGB LED lighting
  • Precise Combination of Air Flow and Heatsink – Stacked fin placement ensures minimal airflow resistance, allowing cooler air flow into the heatsink

The G200P offers a copper plate with two heatpipes, and the usual aluminum fins from the heatsink. Overall dimensions (LxWxH) are 95 x 92 x 39.4 mm, including the 15.4 mm thickness of the slim 92 mm fan. This fan offers a PWM speed range of 800 – 2600 RPM, producing up to 35.5 CFM. The total weight is 390 grams, placing it just above the weight of the popular Noctua NH-L9i (385 grams with fan).

The MasterAir G200P is available now on for $44.99. It will be interesting to see how it performs compared to the L9i and L9a (rest assured, I’ll be asking for a review unit), though this Cooler Master offers something Noctua doesn’t: addressable RGB.

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