Cooler Master has been a pretty big player in the air cooling market. Their Hyper Series of air coolers have been a favorite of system builders and enthusiasts for a long while. Since those coolers have been out many years now Cooler Master is today announcing the MasterAir Pro Series. This series is again targeted at system builders and people who are looking for a good air cooler that won’t break the bank. The MasterAir Pro Series is made up of 2 coolers, the MasterAir Pro 4 and MasterAir Pro 3. The MasterAir Pro 4 is made for typical builds, features four heatpipes, and has a 120 mm fan. The MasterAir Pro 3 on the other hand is made for smaller builds with three heatpipes and a 92 mm fan. Can these new coolers live up to the legacy of the Hyper Series? Read on as we find out!
The MasterAir Pro 4 and MasterAir Pro 3 CPU coolers come in pretty much identical packaging. On the front there is a photo of the cooler and the Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 is highlighted.
Flipping the boxes over to the back there are is information on each cooler in many different languages as well as a visual overview of the cooler giving you the dimensions, which of course is good to have if you are working with a build that has size constraints.
Getting everything out of each box we have the coolers themselves, all mounting hardware, thermal paste, and instructions. Our MasterAir Pro 3 did not come with instructions for some reason. We assume this was just a mistake with our sample.