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  1. Hi, I have a CM MasterAir Maker 8, it works very well and silent but seeing the MasterFan Pro 140 Air Pressure, I'm wondering if there could be a future optional 140mm bracket to install those in this cooler, since the 120mm fans are not much better than the stock ones.
  2. Hi, I just installed my new CM MasterAir Maker 8. I love the leds, and is very quiet with good performance just a littlebit short for my FX9590 in heavy workloads, so I'm wondering if there could be a future optional 140mm bracket to install a MasterFan Pro 140 Air Pressure
  3. Some motherboards have software for controlling the fans, those can be very useful in this case, but it will depend on your motherboard capabilities. Also another option could be to buy a PWM fan controller.
  4. You should have gone for a 212 at least from the beginning, In my case I tried a 212X that I had around, and it wasn't enough for me, I bought a 612 and used the 212X fan and I'm a happy man. I even overclocked it to 4.7, but that is my limit, I'm sure it can hit 5Ghz with a better cooler. If you don't plan on overclocking I strongly recommend the 612, I like it a lot, its quite big but it doesn't seem to be taller than the 212 making it perfect for my elite 335.
  5. The 212X's “V†Shaped Array theoretically should make the cooler perform worse if the airflow is reversed, so is recommended to turn the whole heatsink around, however it will still work. Funny thing, the 212+ and EVO were easier to install, seems that there is no easy way around it, unless you don't care too much about a slight performance decrease. Good Luck