Wednesday, October 25th 2017

Cooler Master Reveals Two New RGB CPU Coolers: The MasterAir MA410P, MA610P

Cooler Master has revealed two new tower coolers for their already extensive line-up, in the form of the MasterAir MA410P and MA610P. As the product names imply, the 410P is a slightly lower tier version of the 610P; however, both models share the same design philosophy with what Cooler Master is calling CDC (Continuous Direct Contact) 2.0 technology, which increases heatsink surface area by 45% compared to the first iteration of the technology.

The MasterAir MA410P is being hailed as the successor to the company's successful MasterAir Pro 4 CPU cooler, with four direct-contact copper heatpipes drawing heat from your CPU and through the fin array. A second fan can be added for a push-pull configuration, and a handy RGB controller ensures you'll be able to make it look exactly the way you want.
The MA610P, on the other hand, features a dual-fan push-pull configuration straight from the box, and increases the number of direct contact heatpipes to six from the 410P's four. Its dimensions are also slightly increased - this is definitely the bigger, meaner model of the two - so users should take care to make sure their cases can accommodate this particular tower cooler. The same RGB capabilities that are built-in on the 410P are present here.
Both coolers come with a 2-year warranty, and should be available soon from the usual suspects. No word on pricing was given at the time of writing.
Sources: MasterAir MA610P Product Page, MasterAir MA410P Product Page, TPU Forums @ User Chaitanya
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4 Comments on Cooler Master Reveals Two New RGB CPU Coolers: The MasterAir MA410P, MA610P

#1
Midland Dog
why is it that the first one reminds me of a hyper 212
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bonehead123
Midland Dogwhy is it that the first one reminds me of a hyper 212
because it IS essentially that, just with a flashy new name & marketing hogwash, and most likely, a higher price tag too hahahaha :D

FYI, both of the 212's I bought many moons ago are still working just fine, although I finally replaced the fan on 1 of them last year....
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#3
Chaitanya
Both these coolers are listed on newegg with MA410P for 49.99$ and MA610P for 69.99$ with no shipping date mentioned. waiting for review of MA610P.
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Midland Dog
bonehead123because it IS essentially that, just with a flashy new name & marketing hogwash, and most likely, a higher price tag too hahahaha :D

FYI, both of the 212's I bought many moons ago are still working just fine, although I finally replaced the fan on 1 of them last year....
i have 1 of my own not in service at the moment will be soon and my mate has one on an old core 2 quad, he hits 3.6ghz at reasonable temps
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