The Cooler Master Co. has announced the MasterAir MA620P CPU cooler, designed for powerful desktops, built on the base of AMD and Intel processing units.
The cooler has an extraordinary construction, being performed in the shape of a “skyscraper”. It possesses two aluminium heatsinks and two 120 mm MasterFan MF120R RGB fans. It is possible to install the third fan and, thus, enhance the forced-air cooling. Eventually propellers intersperse with heatsink assemblies to form the final framework.
The novelty features six copper heat pipes (6 mm in diameter), being directly connected to the CPU cover. The Continuous Direct Contact 2.0 (CDC 2.0) technology is applied, improving the efficiency of heat dissipation.
Fans’ rotary speed is PWM regulated in the range of 600–1800 rpm. The ultimate noise level equals 31 dBA, and the average time to failure declared is 160,000 hours. Propellers are equipped with RGB …