Cooler Master Turbine Master Mach 0.8 Fan Review

👤by James Clewer Comments 📅19-01-11

Manufacturer and Sponsor: Cooler Master
Street Price Around 13 Euros / $16 (AUS)

Cooler Master are regulars here at Vortez. If it isn't a new heatsink or gaming mouse on the testbench then it's probably a power supply or enthusiast gaming enclosure.

They've been in the PC market for years and have produced a great many excellent cases and cooling solutions. Indeed, this has recently expanded into peripherals and a range of excellent power supplies too.

First let's hear a little from the company themselves:

Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industryís best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved.

In pursuing this mission, Cooler Master is absolutely committed to delivering solutions that precisely meet customer requirements for features, performance, and quality. Moreover, we strive to be a reliable long-term partner for our customers that they can truly depend on. It aims to be the first and foremost name that comes to mind for companies around the world seeking thermal solutions, and seeks to build such a reputation through outstanding technology, sophisticated design, and superior service.

Cooler Masterís current business encompasses a comprehensive lineup of thermal solutions for a full range of applications. Its products range from heat sinks and fans to component housing, chassis, and ducting for computers, industrial machinery, telecommunications equipment, and many other devices.

A critical component of Cooler Masterís ability to successfully pursue its mission is an unstinting commitment to quality, as demonstrated by the ISO 9001 certification granted to its main manufacturing plant in Taiwan. It has also enforced ISO guidelines and is in the process of applying for ISO 9002 certification at its second and third plants, located in China. Cooler Master has also implemented a number of analytical and testing protocols to ensure top quality, including at subcontractors, to further ensure thorough quality control. Moreover, Cooler Masterís dedication to quality extends beyond manufacturing to every aspect of its operation, including service.

Cooler Master strives on providing innovative and speed with their products whilst maintaining a level of customer satisfaction above that of its competition.

Now what we have here today harks back to the origins of Cooler Master - a new fan design that boasts ultra quiet running and reliable operation.

It's their new fan range named 'Turbine Master'.


There are three models in the Turbine Master range. The first (and the one featured in this review) is the Mach 0.8 which is an 800rpm ultra quiet model. The other two are named Mach 1.2 and Mach 1.8 which rotate at 1200 and 1800rpm respectively.

The technical specifications below relate to the Mach 0.8 on test here -

Fan size - 120 x 120 x 25 mm (120 x 120 x 39 mm - depth with fan hub installed)
Speed - 800rpm +/-10%
Air Flow - 35.07 CFM
Air Pressure - 0.42 mmH20
Noise - 13.83 dBA
Bearing Type - Barometric Ball Bearing
Life - 100,000 hrs
Voltage Rating - 12v DC
Current - 0.08A (0.25A Max)
Power Consumption - 0.96W (2.4W Max)
Weight - 123.7g
Connector - 3 pin

Rubber screw x 4, Metal screw x 4, Rubber pad x 4, Molex-to-3 Pin-adapter x 1

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