Well we covered the MA612 a couple of day ago and now we have the big brother, the MA624! This cooler is part of the new MasterAir Stealth series being offered by Cooler Master. This particular one is going to be the biggest of the group and probably have the best cooling capabilities. Its very easy to assess a coolers capabilities. The bigger the better right? This isn’t always the case but most of the time the more surface area you have the better the cooler can dissipate the heat. To be able to rid your CPU of this heat you have to have a good base and a heat pipe configuration capable of transferring that heat. I have rarely seen a large cooler, like this one, struggle with cooling. The only downside of a cooler this large is fitment.
This cooler will obviously take up a lot of real estate. So be sure to check your case dimensions. As far space around the bottom goes, Cooler Master has taken that into consideration. They even included a 120mm fan for this reason alone. The MA624 continues the all black configuration as the MA612. I was impressed by the coating and was glad to see this cooler has the same. I will be testing this cooler on a 10600K so if you have that proc then you can be confident that you will see comparable cooling results. So lets not delay this any longer and get to what we really want to know, the results. Continue through the next few pages and see how the cooler performed. Until then enjoy all the details of the cooler.
The MA624 Stealth brings to you twice the performance with dual fans and tower in a striking package. Equipped with premium jet-black hardware throughout, its performance is just as impressive as it looks. The twin 140mm SickleFlow fan combined with dual tower heatsink configuration delivers a powerful Push-Pull setup, with its 6 pipes and nickel-plated base working in sync to draw heat out rapidly. An optional 3rd 120mm fan is included to you for swap out for necessary RAM clearance. The MA624 Stealth is the ultimate artillery to blast away heat in your system.
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