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Cooler Master reveals MasterAir MA410P and MA610P RGB coolers

by Mark Tyson on 26 October 2017, 10:31

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PC cooling, case, PSU and peripheral maker Cooler Master has revealed two new RGB CPU air coolers as part of its extensive lineup. The new MasterAir MA410P and MA610P RGB coolers are part of the firm’s MasterAir Pro Series coolers and are based upon Cooler Master CDC (Continuous Direct Contact) 2.0 technology. A headlining quality of CDC 2.0 is that it is said to increase copper heatsink surface area by 45 per cent compared to the first generation.

The Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P is an upgraded version of the MasterAir Pro 4. Cooler Master boasts that thanks to CDC 2.0 and the MasterFan 120 Air Balance RGB this unit is “not only silent and efficient in heat transfer, but also the most vibrant and fun choice when it comes to air cooling”.

In the MasterAir MA410P the CDC 2.0 construction features four heatpipes that are compressed together at the base for a greater direct contact area. As standard the MA410P is a single fan cooler but you can add an exhaust side fan for push-pull configuration and greater performance.

The MasterAir MA610P is slightly larger and a higher performance cooler. It comes as standard with push-pull RGB fan configuration. Furthermore, its CDC 2.0 construction features six heatpipes.

Whichever model of new MasterAir cooler you choose there is support for RGB LED lighting with a wired RGB LED controller provided. The ‘remote’ features controls for mode, colour, and brightness. These coolers are in addition, compatible with the various RGB controller softwares from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock.

Both coolers come with a two year warranty and should be available soon from the usual Cooler Master dealers and distributors.



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Is it me, or is something missing from the specs there? Heat dissipation and maximum recommended CPUs are not listed.

And yet more shiny shiny for a case that sits under a desk. Why??? :rolleyes:
Shielder
Is it me, or is something missing from the specs there? Heat dissipation and maximum recommended CPUs are not listed.

And yet more shiny shiny for a case that sits under a desk. Why??? :rolleyes:

There's a little graphic on the page that shows the supported socket types, so it would be safe to assume any CPU of one of the mentioned socket types will be fine…

And because some people have their cases on their desks…or does what other people do, not count as you don't do it?
Shielder
And yet more shiny shiny for a case that sits under a desk. Why??? :rolleyes:

I think its probably more for people who just have to have their case lit up like a Christmas tree :) I went through that stage a long time ago, looked great, well kind of but now I have a nice Bequiet silently under my desk rather than the computer humming away in my ear on my desk