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NZXT FZ-200 Airflow Fan Series 200mm fan

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NZXT FZ-200 Fans Outof the box.  Once removed from their respective boxes we can see that the two fans do come with different accessories, as well as some slight differences in the fans and cabling, which we will discuss below.


NZXT FZ-200 Fan non ledNZXT FZ-200 Fan Led

   First let’s discuss the NZXT FZ-200 non-LED fan. Although shaped the same as the LED version with a black encasement, that is where the likeness ends. The non-LED FZ-200 comes with solid white fan blades, one three pin power connector, a three pin to four pin molex adapter and four black fan screws.    

  Moving to the NZXT FZ-200 LED version of the series, we see that the LED versions come with crystal clear fan blades inside the same black encasement. The NZXT FZ-200 LED fan also comes with two cables instead of one. The first cable being the three pin power connector, the second cable being a two pin LED power connector. The FZ-200 LED version also comes with, a three pin to four pin molex power adapter, four black fan screws and a LED power switch with 2x two pin power leads, giving you the ability to control up to two LED fan’s lights.


NZXT FZ-200 Fan Led switchNZXT FZ-200 Fan sleeved cables

   Here we have a shot of the fan switch connected to one of the two pin LED power lead connectors, leaving one more LED power lead to connect to another LED fan.

  One thing I would also like to point out was the fact that the NZXT FZ-200 series fans had some of the best looking and tightest woven sleeving I have seen in some time on a manufactured product. Kudos to their sleeving department.


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Vic McGuire

Vic "XcaliburFX" began case modding in 2006, when he modded his first case for his daughter. He has had several of his creations in CPU Magazine and Maximum PC. Vic has also contributed to articles for the Computer Power User magazine about modding.

One Comment

  1. I bought this fan for my fist computer build and for the life of me I cant figure out how to power the LED part of the fan. The fan has power and works. someone please explain to me how to make the LED on/off switch work so I can have a computer with everything working.

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