Accessories and Documentation
When it comes to mounting the MA610P to the processor of choice, you will need to use the universal backplate centered in this image. You then need to choose whether it is the Intel mounting brackets on the left, or if it is the AMD mounting brackets on the right you need next.
To go along with the previous parts, you will also need most of this. Across the top are the socket and the universal standoffs for the majority of the sockets. Across the middle are the Intel stud clips, LGA2011/2066 standoffs, the studs, two screws for the brackets, and AMD stud clips on the right. We also got a smaller tube of MasterGel Pro paste.
To power both fans, Cooler Master does offer a longer Y-splitter cable to help ease looking for an extra fan header. To control the lights without a motherboard involved, you will need the Molex to 2-pin power lead, the control box, and the 4-pin to 4-pin adapter to connect the 4-pin RGB lead from the cooler to the controller.
The MasterFan 120 AB on this cooler is shown to deliver 600 to 1800 RPM, even though the DF1202512RFMN model number is the same we saw on the fan for the MA410P. Rest assured, this pair of fans is not the same.
The manual gives you everything from a parts list to detailed instructions to secure the cooler to any supported socket motherboard; there should be no questions after following the manual step-by-step. The other insert is about the two-year warranty and explains what Cooler Master will cover if you find something wrong with the product.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Cooler Master MASTERAIR MA610P CPU Cooler]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests, and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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