The MA610P, is a dual 120mm RGB fan design. The design is brilliant and showcased on the front of the retail packaging you can see the cooler while in use.
Like many of Cooler Master's recent products, its MasterAir MA610P has a sleek, inviting design and a unique ducting shell that encases both cooling fans and much of the cooler itself, when mounted. The heatpipes and the fins of the cooling tower are left unpainted, showing the metallic contrast of bright copper and the muted sheen of aluminum. As a whole, this cooler was designed to look great, and it hits that mark.
The Cooler Master MA610P comes equipped to support most modern sockets for both AMD and Intel, which means there is an ample supply of mounting hardware and bracket-ry included. Cooler Master also provides a small syringe of its Mastergel Pro thermal compound, an RGB Molex power adapter, and an RGB control module for those who may not have a motherboard with a four-pin RGB connector.
The packaging for the MasterAir MA610P is slightly different from previous coolers, such as the Hyper 212 EVO. Gone is the black and white design of older packaging. Instead, Cooler Master has gone with a black and blue color scheme, and I think it works well.
The front of the box has the Cooler Master “Make It Yours” logo printed on the top, left hand corner. To the right, they display the various type of RGB software this cooler is certified to work with. In the center, and taking up most of the front, is a depiction of the actual cooler. Across the bottom is the MASTERAIR MA610P product branding. The rear of the packaging has a list of key features, in several languages. Across the bottom is a diagram that shows every dimension of the cooler.
The cooler's fans and their mounts create a "clamshell" around the cooling tower itself, clamping onto either side of the cooling fins and snapping the dual MasterFan 120 AB fans into position. For RGB color control, each fan couples to a central splitter within the cooling tower, which also provides illumination of the Cooler Master crest on the top cover.
The cooler's base block itself stands approximately an inch tall and is designed also to serve as a heatsink, milled with deep fin channels. Mounting brackets for the appropriate CPU socket are secured through the ears of the block (using small screws), one on each side of the heatpipes. Usually, we see this integrated mounting block simply existing as a flat, milled block of aluminum, providing thermal mass and a way for the cooler to be mounted securely. Here, Cooler Master has designed it into a separate heatsink.
Unlike many air coolers, the corners on the MA610P are very thick and seem almost reinforced. Anyone who has used your average air cooler has had an issue where you’ve bent the corners on the heat sink while swapping out a fan. That will not happen swapping out a fan on the MasterAir MA610P. The corners of the heat sink are doubled up to reinforce the heat sink. This makes bent corners a thing of the past.
The blades on the fans are clear and they have small RGB strips around the bearing, in the center of the fan. The AB in the fans stand for Air Balanced. The fans work in the same way a propeller on a helicopter or air plane would. The blades propel air farther than the Air Pressure fans, while still retaining more static pressure than Air Flow fans.
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