Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M Overview
The Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M is designed as a single tower cooler. As far as its size we’ve seen bigger coolers out there, but with the two fans installed it is a decently large cooler, so definitely keep that in mind. The official dimension of the cooler are 111.8 x 130.9 x 165.1 mm (4.4 x 5.1 x 6.5 inch).
Taking a look at the fans on the cooler they are Cooler Master’s own MF120R Air Balance fans. These 120 mm fans have a black frame with clear fan blades and RGB lighting that comes from the center of the fan. According to Cooler Master the Air Balance fans are an ideal mix between pressure and air flow.
Looking at the cooler from side we can see just how thick it is. You’ll notice the “armor” covering the cooler, this is “air guide armor” which is specifically designed to guide the airflow and reduce dead spots. You can also see that Cooler Master is using their larger thumbscrews with this cooler, this will make removing the fans quite easy.
The “armor” on the cooler is continued on the top, giving the cooler a really sleek look. There is a window in the top of the cooler that shows the large hole in the center of the cooler. All of this will light up with RGB lighting, which you will see a little later in this review.
Flipping the cooler over to the bottom we can get a closer look at the heatpipes. The MasterAir MA410M makes use of four copper heatpipes that go up into the aluminum fin stack in a “U” shape. These heatpipes come down into the base of the cooler and are designed to make direct contact with your CPU.