Compact and pretty, Cooler Master’s G200P looks to make a name for itself in the compact cooling space. But its fan is noisy at high RPMs, and even when cranked up, thermal performance wasn’t impressive.
Cooler Master, like many companies that cater to PC enthusiasts, tends to focus on large, high-end liquid and air coolers. But because compact systems are a consistent niche, the company occasionally offers up low profile designs to fit those specific needs. Enter the G200P, a hyper-compact cooler, to accommodate airflow for the smallest of small systems.
With a height of just 39.4mm, the Cooler Master G200P is powered by a single 92mm RGB fan that absolutely shreds air at high RPMs across the cooling fins of its tiny, dual-heatpipe cooler. And while this all sounds like a perfect combination of style and small-system performance, the G200P offers more in terms of style than it does in cooling performance.