The last time we took a look at a CPU cooler from Cooler Master it looked pretty awesome, but the performance was a little lacking. Today we have a pretty beefy cooler from the company that boasts dual fans, dual heatsink towers, and six large copper heatpipes. Is this the Cooler Master air cooler you want for those overclocks and intense gaming sessions? Read on as we find out!
|Product Name||MasterAir MA620P|
|CPU Socket||Intel® LGA 2066 / 2011-v3 / 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 1151 / 1150 / 775 socket
AMD® AM4 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / FM2+ / FM2 / FM1 / socket
|Heat Sink Dimensions||116 x 110.1 x 165 mm (4.6 x 4.3 x 6.5″)|
|Heat Sink Material||6 Heatpipes / CDC 2.0 / Aluminum Fins|
|Heat Sink Weight||850g (1.87lb.)|
|Heat Pipe Dimensions||Ø6 mm|
|Fan Dimensions||120 x 120 x 25 mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1″)|
|Fan Speed||600 – 1,800 RPM (PWM) ± 10%|
|Fan Air Flow||53.4 CFM ± 10%|
|Fan Air Pressure||1.65mm H2O ± 10%|
|Fan MTTF||160,000 hours|
|Fan Noise Level||31 dBA (Max)|
|Fan Connector||4-Pin (PWM)|
|Fan Rated Voltage||12 VDC|
|Fan Rated Current||0.30 A|
|Fan Safety Current||0.37 A|
|Fan Power Consumption||3.6 W|
The MasterAir MA620P comes in Cooler Master’s typical retail packaging. On the front we have a photo of the cooler in action and it tells us about the RGB lighting. On the back there is a list of features in a few different languages as well as a diagram showing the dimensions of the cooler.
On one side of the box some of the main features are detailed, like the dual tower design, the six heatpipes and CDC 2.0 technology, and the wired RGB controller. On the opposite side is a full list of specifications. I feel that if you were at the store you would have more than enough information on this cooler to make an informed buy.
Getting everything out of the box you have the MA620P CPU cooler, mounting hardware, RGB controller, users guide, and a warranty guide.