Cooler Master has just revealed two new tower-style coolers in the form of the MasterAir MA610P and MasterAir MA410P. Both of these coolers use Cooler Master’s CDC (Continuous Direct Contact) 2.0 technology, which increases surface area by 45% compared to the first iteration of the technology.
The first cooler is the larger MA610P, which features a dual RGB fan push-pull configuration. It also looks like there are some accent lights and the logo lights up with RGB lighting as well. The RGB lighting is compatible with all major motherboard RGB software out there.
The large cooler has a tower design with six heatpipes that will make direct contact with your CPU. It has official dimensions of 166.5 mm x 130.0 mm x 112.8 mm (HxWxD). Based on its size you are definitely going to want to make sure it will fit in your system.
Next up we have the MasterAir MA410P, which is the successor to the ever popular MasterAir Pro 4.
This cooler is smaller and features only a single RGB fan. It has four heatpipes that make direct contact with the CPU and go up into the tower heatsink. This cooler should be great for all builds and it is likely to be as popular as the MasterAir Pro 4 was.