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Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P Review: True Air Bender

  • Extremely quiet running fans
  • Dual tower design with two RGB fans!

It Ain’t Heavy

With the introduction of the new AMD AM4 socket, designed specifically for the AMD Ryzen, a big problem immediately appeared. Oddly, there are not many supportive third- party coolers. For those looking to get a new cooler that supports the new AMD processor out of the box, don’t fret. Cooler Master mad sure it has something in hand for folks who don’t plan on converting their old coolers; all thanks to the brand-new Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P.

Its a Brutish Cooler

Let’s get this out of the way first; it’s one of the heaviest air-coolers to land at PC.com Tested Labs. The bulk of the weight comes from the two densely packed aluminium fins stacks that sit inside the twin-towers that are connected to the base of the cooler. Complementing that are the six heatpipes that, paired with two Cooler Master MF120R RGB fans, work to push the heat away. The weight alone contributed to the long installation time.

It’ll Bear All Burdens

Here’s an odd story – the size and heft for this Cooler Master did not get in the way of setting up the Mini ITX Gigabyte GA- AB250N motherboard. Surprisingly, the Cooler Master also cleared both the tall high-performance RAMs and do not block any pathways. Similarly, the performance is top-notch. Full loading the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G didn’t produce much heat as the Cooler Master reduced temperatures to an amazing 50°C. The best bit: it’s all done silently too!

VERDICT:

“A true master at cooling CPUs.” – Din

Specifications

SOCKET:

INTEL LGA- 2066, 2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 1151, 1150, 775

AMD – AM4, AM3, AM2, FM2, FM1 (Including + variants)

MATERIAL: 6 x Fleatpipes, CDC 2.0, Aluminium Fins

FAN TYPE 120mm x2

FAN AIR FLOW: 53.4CFM

FAN AIR PRESSURE: 65mm H20 (Max)

FAN SPEED: 600~1800RPM. max noise 31dBa

V 8/10

p 8/10

F 9/10

D 9/10

U 9/10

8.6

8.6 Total Score
Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P Review

“A true master at cooling CPUs.” - Din

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