Friday, March 2nd 2018

Cooler Master Introduces the MasterAir MA620P and MA621P CPU Coolers

Cooler Master, a leader in PC cooling solutions, introduces the MasterAir MA620P and MA621P that pushes the performance of air cooling beyond AIO liquid cooling. Cooler Master's supercharged heatsink is a combination of two built heatsinks with CDC 2.0 technology and two MasterFan MF120R RGB that is able to transfer and dissipate heat at extremely efficient levels. The MasterFan MF120R RGB are also certified by ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and Asrock with their motherboard RGB sync.

Supercharged Dual Heatsink Dual ML120R RGB fans
MasterAir MA620P and MA621P TR4 edition supercharges your CPU cooling by doubling the surface area by combining two heatsinks each accompanied by two MasterFan MF120R RGB to ensure enough air pressure brings out the heat quickly enough to continually remove heat from the CPU. An optional 3rd fan is possible to take you to the next level.
RGB Certified for ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and Asrock
MasterAir MA620P and MA621P TR4 edition come with two MasterFan MF120R RGB and a RGB controller. You have the option of controlling with a click of a few buttons to set the color, intensity level and effects or use the software from the motherboard manufacturer. Because Cooler Master RGB fans are fully compatible with ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and Asrock, you are guaranteed that full system sync of RGB is possible.

Exact fitting Base for TR4-SP3 (MA621P TR4 edition only)
MasterAir MA621P TR4 edition has an exact fitting base for the TR4-SP3 ensures the AMD Threadripper CPU has optimal surface contact and thus optimal heat transfer. The base also includes the Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 (CDC 2.0), to have direct integration with heatpipes.
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12 Comments on Cooler Master Introduces the MasterAir MA620P and MA621P CPU Coolers

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
This is some 'next level' sh*t right here
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#2
lexluthermiester
FreedomEclipse said:
This is some 'next level' sh*t right here
Nice! :rockout:I'd lose the front fan to save on space. For most applications one would very likely do the job well.
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#3
RejZoR
I still prefer AiO's because I can place dissipating element somewhere else. Tower air coolers need to be above CPU. No way around that. Where AiO leaves me empty space around CPU and I can place the radiator on the intake. As a result, my system only has 1x 140mm intake fan to cool the CPU. And that's it. It's an intake case fan that also pushes air through the AiO radiator (which is not even screwed anywhere, it just sits on two anti vibration pads on top of HDD cage behind the intake fan). It's quiet and has the cooling capacity to keep overclocked 5820K (6x 4.5GHz) below 70°C under normal conditions and under 85°C under extreme load while being almost inaudible). Then I just channeled the air with a clear acrylic ramp over the graphic card so it has a nicer path tot he rear exhaust fan. It works brilliantly, a system I've used in old miniATX case, but works great in midiATX as well. Took me years to figure this out you don't need double fans on the AiO radiator to achieve good cooling at excellent noise levels.
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#4
dirtyferret
Looks a lot like the scythe fuma, crazy are these on the way to you for a review??
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#7
TheGuruStud
Fan in the middle is dumb. Precious fin area is lost. They'll never beat 10 yr old coolers like this.
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#8
Blueberries
Repost of a repost of a repost of a repost

Not the article but the cooler itself
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#9
BiggieShady
TheGuruStud said:
Fan in the middle is dumb. Precious fin area is lost. They'll never beat 10 yr old coolers like this.
... and what's with the top air intakes? When your cpu cooler is sticking through the hub and you are driving really fast?
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lexluthermiester
TheGuruStud said:
Fan in the middle is dumb. Precious fin area is lost. They'll never beat 10 yr old coolers like this.
I disagree. It's a great place to put a fan.
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