Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P CPU Cooler Overview
Taking a first look at the MA620P we can see that it is one of the larger CPU coolers that we’ve seen from Cooler Master, it has official dimension of 121.8mm x 165mm x 136.1mm (WxHxD) and weighs in at 1164g.
Cooler Master is making use of two of their MasterFan MF120R RGB fans. These fans run at 600 – 1,800 RPM, with a max airflow of 53.4 CFM, max air pressure of 1.65mm H2O, with a max noise level of 31 dBA. They also feature clear blades with RGB lighting in the center of the fan. There is a fan mounted on the front of the cooler and one in the center. The heatsink actually supports three fans if you wanted to add a third.
Taking a look at the cooler from the side we can see the two large heatsink towers and how the second fan is placed in between them. For those wondering about RAM clearance you are able to move the front fan up so it sits above your memory.
At the back of the heatsink we can get a closer look at the heatsink towers. Each tower is made up of 64 aluminum fins. Here you can see that the six copper heatpipes go up evenly into each heatsink tower.
There are plastic top covers on each heatsink tower, which have a vents in them. I assume these are there to aid in airflow. The tops of three heatpipes are visible, but are capped off, and you also have the Cooler Master logo on each tower as well.
Flipping the cooler over and getting a look at the base we can see that all six heatpipes come together at the base of the cooler. They are actually flattened at the base of the cooler and made to make direct contact with your CPU. This is known as Cooler Master’s Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 (CDC 2.0) and should provide optimal heat transfer between your CPU and the heatpipes.