Cooler Master's MasterAir MA620M CPU cooler - A Mini Wraith Ripper?

Up Close and Build

Cooler Master's MasterAir MA620M CPU cooler - A Mini Wraith Ripper?

Up Close and Build

If there is one thing that the MasterAir MA620M oozes its class. It's stealthy black finstack, and hidden fan design separates the MA620M from traditional CPU cooler designs, lacking the utilitarian looks of Cooler Master's other models. 

The MA620M is designed to look good within your system, offering an appealing aesthetic which will please both professional users and RGB enthusiasts alike. 
  

Cooler Master's MasterAir MA620M CPU cooler - A Mini Wraith Ripper?  

With the MA620M, Cooler Master has hidden the unit's fan in-between the cooler's two fin stacks, presenting users a CPU cooler that appears to be fanless. The black aspects of this cooler grants the MA620M a monolithic appearance, making the cooler well suited to slrealthy all-black PC builds, as well as RGB lit rainbow-rigs.  


Cooler Master's MasterAir MA620M CPU cooler - A Mini Wraith Ripper?  

Heatsink installation is a breeze, requiring users to install the mounting kit and then to tighten two screws after some thermal compound is applied to your processor. Tighten two Philips head screws evenly and the cooler is installed. It doesn't get any simpler than that. 

Connect the ARGB LEDs to your system and you are got to go when it comes to custom RGB lighting. It's almost too easy. 

Cooler Master's MasterAir MA620M CPU cooler - A Mini Wraith Ripper?    

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25-09-2019, 13:01:44

Greenback
I think I'd be tempted to spend the extra for this, it does look really goodQuote

26-09-2019, 04:22:47

Peace
Definitely super cool lookin', but at that price point... Aren't there very good AIOs available already?Quote

26-09-2019, 05:54:59

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Definitely super cool lookin', but at that price point... Aren't there very good AIOs available already?

This is a premium air cooler fella. This is for people that want a high end air cooler, its not really one for price / performance comparisons with AIO'sQuote

26-09-2019, 08:14:06

Bagpuss
Those temps don't look too impressive.


..89c at 130w, 4.7Ghz on a 8700K


My Dark Rock 4 keeps my 9900K (all core 4.8Ghz) cooler than that when pulling more watts (140-150w) in Cinebench runs.


..and did I mention its over £30 cheaper and looks just as nice with its all matt black finish.Quote

26-09-2019, 13:21:25

66racer
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
Those temps don't look too impressive.


..89c at 130w, 4.7Ghz on a 8700K


My Dark Rock 4 keeps my 9900K (all core 4.8Ghz) cooler than that when pulling more watts (140-150w) in Cinebench runs.


..and did I mention its over £30 cheaper and looks just as nice with its all matt black finish.
Yeah, I have to see what the official OC3D testing results are before I get excited about this cooler.

This was more of an unboxing with a review like title.Quote
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