Today, Cooler Master is bolstering its air cooler line-up with two new ‘MasterAir’ series’ heatsinks- the MA610P and the MA410P, closing out the range. The MA610P is akin to the MasterAir Maker 8 but with six heatpipes rather than 8. Meanwhile, the MA410P is a little closer to the Hyper212 Evo in the looks department.
Both coolers are designed for the gaming PC market, offering enough thermal dissipation for some overclocking while also housing RGB fans, so both coolers will look right at home in any rig. Both the MA410P and the MA610P come with a Continuous Direct Contact 2.0 design, increasing the copper base surface area by 45 percent. The MA610P comes with a dual fan configuration, allowing for high pressure cooling at lower fan speeds, meanwhile the MA410P is a single-fan cooler.
You can get a good look at both coolers and their feature sets in the galleries below. Do note that if you are using an adblocker, then the images may not appear correctly for you. Disabling it and refreshing the page should fix this.
Here is the full feature set for the MA410P:
- CDC 2.0 – Excellent heat dissipation with 4 heatpipes and Continuous Direct Contact 2.0 technology.
- RGB MasterFan 120 – With the added bonus of the MasterFan 120 Air Balance RGB, making it not only silent and efficient in heat transfer, but also the most vibrant and fun choice when it comes to air cooling.
- Wired RGB Controller – The Controller allows customizable colors and effects for the fans with just the touch of a button.
And here is the full feature set for the MA610P:
- CDC 2.0 – Excellent heat dissipation with 6 heatpipes and Continuous Direct Contact 2.0 technology.
- Dual MasterFan RGB for the MA610P – Push and pull dual MasterFan MF120R RGB fans to maximize CPU cooling with plenty of color while doing it.
- Unique Top Cover Design – Creative RGB LED logo design with additional light strips on the top cover for aesthetic customization.
- Wired RGB Controller – The Controller allows customizable colors and effects for the fans and top cover with just the touch of a button.
Both coolers will be hitting retail within the next few weeks here in the UK. The MasterAir MA410P carries an MSRP of £39.99 while the MasterAir MA610P will cost £64.99.
KitGuru Says: How many of you guys still opt for air cooling over an AIO liquid cooler? What do you think of Cooler Master’s new ‘MasterAir’ offerings?