The MA620P ships in a dark box with a large image of the cooler on the front. The RGB fan is very visible as that is a key feature of the new MasterAir products.
Inside, we find an installation manual as well as a warranty information booklet.
All of the installation hardware comes in one big bag – it’s not quite the same level of presentation as the MasterAir Maker 8, that’s for sure.
Two cables are also included – one is a 4-pin RGB splitter for connecting the two RGB fans, while the other is a 4-pin PWM fan splitter.
Coming to the cooler itself, the MA620P is clearly a big unit. Including the front fan, it measures 164.5mm x 136.1mm x 121.8mm (H x W x D), while the heatsink alone weighs 850g.
Its six copper heatpipes measure 6mm thick, while the fin array is manufactured from aluminium.
As mentioned, the included fans are Cooler Master’s MF120R RGB models. These are pre-installed to the heatsink and don’t have to be removed during the installation process which is a nice touch – but more on that on the next page.