Following on from Computex last week, Cooler Master is now launching its next big CPU cooler, the MA824 Stealth. Designed to provide the best air cooling solution, while maintaining an all-black appearance that should suit most PC builds.
The MA824 Stealth boasts a re-engineered dual tower design, featuring optimised fin thicknesses and gaps to maximise surface area. To transfer the heat from the CPU, the cooler has a copper base with a nickel-plated finish. The eight heat pipes connecting the copper base to the heatsink are engineered with a unique composition of different powder sizes. Preliminary tests conducted on similar models, such as the MasterAir 412 Stratos, have demonstrated remarkable performance improvements of up to 30%.
The cooler incorporates dual staggered fans, the upgraded Mobius 120 and Mobius 135, positioned in a push-pull configuration. Thanks to this fan layout, the cooler has 42mm of clearance for RAM modules, so you shouldn't run into compatibility issues.
The MA824 Stealth supports Intel LGA 1700/1200/1151/1150/1155/1156, and AMD AM5 and AM4 sockets. The cooler is now available for £99.99.
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