Cooler Master, a global leader in PC component manufacturing, debuts the MasterAir MA620M CPU Air Cooler. Continuing the renowned MasterAir Series, the MA620M are dual aluminum towers equipped with a newly designed cross-platform mounting system to provide maximum air cooling.
Peak Performance, Unique Aesthetic The MA620M features a unique dual tower heatsink with enlarged fins and utilizes 6 copper heat pipes for optimal air flow and cooling performance. Inspired by a stealth-like aesthetic design, the MA620M employs unique lighting effects across the top cover of the cooler, powered by addressable RGB.
Versatile Cooling Solutions The MA620M features an easy top-down mounting system for a quick and easy installation. Inspired by end-user feedback, the MA620M’s mounting system is built for versatility, capable of mounting both Intel and AMD CPU platforms. The air cooler also includes improved RAM and GPU clearance to provide efficient and effective cooling solutions for PC builds.
Fine-Tuned Cooling Performance: The MasterFan SF120R Built with the latest addition from the MasterFan series, the SF120R, the MA620 includes Air Balance fan blades optimized for the perfect balance between air flow and pressure. With silent driver IC and a wide range of speed settings, it can be used for silent operation or fine-tuned for maximum cooling performance. Cooler Master believes that giving PC users the freedom to create visually stunning RGB effects, as well as, provide efficient cooling for their systems is vital to achieving one of the company’s missions. With innovative technologies coupled with a vast array of features, the MasterAir MA620M is manufactured to provide the most effective building experience. Availability The MasterAir MA620M will also be available for pre-sale in the UK at online retailers. For more information on Cooler Master’s MasterAir MA620M, please visit: MasterAir MA620M https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/coolers/cpu-air-coolers/masterair-ma620m/ Buy now from Overclockers : https://www.overclockers.co.uk/detail/index/sArticle/82895