CoolerMaster MasterAir Pro 4 Review
Published: 10th April 2017 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: 41.99 |
Packaging and Contents
The MasterAir Pro 4 comes in a quite small box sporting the now familiar CoolerMaster colours. With such a small box, we're wondering just how well the product inside is protected.
It might be a little box, but that hasn't stopped CoolerMaster from slipping in all the usual information we've come to expect of a manufacturer. You know, for when you buy these off the shelf in a shop and need to look at the spec, as opposed to online where most purchases are made.
What! No egg box card packaging? Are CoolerMaster trying to kill the planet? To be honest though, we can't hate them for using a little plastic to protect it, and this sort of design works pretty well
Ah, the little pack of goodies, beautifully presented as always in their hinged vacuum sealed tray. The rest of the accessories box contains nearly everything you need to fit pretty much all AMD and Intel CPPUs, although you will need to source a separate braket for Ryzen at present.
Did any of you spot that there wasn't a back plate in the picture above? Be honest, you didn't. Well rest assured there is one, but to save space CoolerMaster have attached it to the rear of the plastic packaging. Clever CoolerMaster!
The instructions aren't immediately clear until you realise that they are actually describing two different methods of attaching the cooler to the CPU. Actually, if we're honest, they're not that much clearer even after you've realised this.