With the Cooler Master logo at the left and compatible RGB systems listed on the right, it leaves a lot of room for the image of the cooler in the middle. At the bottom, we see a small picture of the remote for RGB control, as well as the full name of the cooler with a purple stripe under it all.
The next panel to follow shows is the name of the cooler and the company logo at the top, leaving the bulk for three images. These images show off the dual-tower design, the CDC 2.0 direct contact base, and again, covers the wired RGB controller that offers color, mode, and brightness adjustments.
Along with three, dimensional renderings, of the cooler with measurements at the bottom of the back panel, we also see text offered above, in seven languages. The text covers the dual-tower design, exceptional performance due to the CDC 2.0 contact, the ability to provide 16.7 million colors and effects, the inclusion of the C10L controller, and the silence that comes along for the ride as well.
The last of the panels has changed from black to purple and is used to display the specifications. The chart is identical to that which we covered earlier, but below it is a serial number you will need if there is any need for an RMA later down the line.
The MA620P is well packed as you can see, ensuring any damages caused in transit are drastically minimized. Thick, dense foam is used above and below the cooler, encasing most of the cooler on the sides, allowing this sample to arrive in near flawless condition. We did remove a bit of cardboard which is used as a spacer above the cooler, which kept the hardware box from moving around above the cooler as well.