Cooler Master turned heads when they released their Wraith Ripper high-end desktop CPU cooler made for AMD’s Threadripper processors. This massive tower cooler not only looked impressive, but did a great job at cooling as well. Based on its success Cooler Master is releasing a version for mainstream desktop users called the MasterAir MA620M, which supports both AMD and Intel processors. This cooler features a dual tower heatsink design with 6 cooler heatpipes and a centrally-locatated SF120R 120 mm cooling fan. Cooler Master has kept the styling almost the same so the cooler looks like a single large heatsink with some RGB elements on the top. Can the MasterAir MA620M compete with other high performance air coolers out there? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the MasterAir MA620M CPU Cooler to review.
The Cooler Master MasterAir MA620M comes in a very large box. On the front there is a picture of the cooler and it lets us know what RGB software it works with, which is pretty much all of the current motherboard manufacturers. Don’t worry if you board does not have RGB support, Cooler Master does provide their own RGB controller. On the back there is an exploded view of the cooler going over the various different parts on their features.
One the other two sides of the box you have a full list of specifications, dimensions, and more features are detailed. I would say if you were at the store you would have more than enough information on this cooler to make an informed buying decision.
Getting everything out of the box you have the MasterAir MA620M cooler, your mounting hardware, thermal paste, RGB controller & RGB cables, and a manual.