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Cooler Master MASTERAIR MA410P CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 1, 2018 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 83%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Packaging

 

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Oddly enough, the front of the box displays no purple on it, but the matte black backdrop does a nice job of highlighting the tower cooler shown in the middle. Along with the logo at the top, to the right are compatible motherboard which will deliver 16.7 million RGB colors to the cooler synced to the motherboard. At the bottom is the name of the cooler and a mention of it shipping with the Air Balance RGB 120mm fan.

 

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The panel on the right is where the purple pops up, and along with the image of the cooler, there is a statement on what went into the design and why. We also see a notation at the bottom of the wired RGB controller, so that users without RGB capable motherboards can still get the most from the fan lighting.

 

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The back of the box is back to black, and we see in eight languages that features are displayed here. Covered in the list are the custom colors of the fan, the CDC 2.0, patented technology in the fin design, and that the fans snap onto the cooler. Beyond that information, we also see three, dimensional renderings, of the MA410P, so you are aware of what it takes to get this cooler on the motherboard and into your chassis.

 

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The second smaller panel of the box is purple, and this time the space is used to display a specifications chart. Everything in this chart is what we found on the product page, and was covered earlier in this review.

 

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Rather than foam or cardboard, Cooler Master ships the MA410P in a plastic container, much like what we see in mouse packaging. It helps to ensure none of the fins are bent, keeps dust at bay, and will take on more, structurally, than any shipping mishaps the previously mentioned materials tend to handle. At the top of the cooler, we can see the hardware box, which greats you as the box is opened.

 

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