Cooler Master recently launched the MasterAir MA620P with dual tower heatsinks and fans. The dual tower heatsink has a combination of 2 sets of heatsink towers with 2 sets of MasterFan MF120R RGB.
The uniquely designed heatsink allows bigger and more spread out surface area, while the MF120R RGB fans give added air pressure from the outside and inside the heatsink to generate massive cooling performance.
The user can add up to 3 fans to accelerate the air pressure and removal of heat with the 'Push and Pull'. One fan is placed at the front to pull cool air in, the second fan is placed in between the heatsinks, with the option to add third to maximize the heat pass-through.
The MasterFan MF120R RGB operates quietly even at high speeds. It is designed with a combination of jet engine and helicopter blades for the static air pressure you need without sacrificing airflow.
With the Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 (CDC 2.0), the contact surface area of heatpipes to the base is increased by 45%. This further enhances the heat transfer mechanism and significantly improves conductance and cooling capability.
The MasterAir MA620P has 6 x heatpipes for fast transfer of heat, to make sure the CPU is running at optimal performance. Combined with the twin tower and dual fan design, extreme overclockers can run the system at maximum TDP.
Full compatibility with:
Intel© LGA 1151 / 1150 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 775
AMD© AM4 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / FM2+ / FM2 / FM1
Source: Cooler Master Technology Inc.
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