CoolerMaster MasterAir MA620P MA621P Review

CoolerMaster MasterAir MA620P/MA621P Review 

Introduction

You might be thinking that with the proliferation of reasonably priced AIOs, traditional air coolers had had their day and were now old hat.  Well, it would appear not.  Companies like CoolerMaster don’t just decide to make a product because they want to, or because they think it looks cool, they do it because there’s an identified market for it.  In short, they make things that people will want to buy.  Having taken the extremely successful Hyper 212 as their inspiration, CoolerMaster have now released a twin stack tower cooler with a set of fully RGB enabled 120mm fans.  The proof though, as always, is in the pudding, so let’s take a look at those technical specifications before we strap it to the Torture test rig.

 

Technical Specification

Intel LGA 2066 / 2011-v3 / 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 1151 / 1150 / 775
AMD  AM4 / AM3 / AM3 / AM2 / AM2 / FM2 / FM2 / FM1 
Dimensions 164.5×121.8×136.1mm HxWxD
Material  Aluminium Finds, Copper heat pipes
Heatpipes  6x6mm with CDC 2.0 
Fans  2x120mm RGB @ 600-1800rpm
Static Pressure  1.65mmH2O
Airflow  53.4CFM 
Noise 31dB(A)