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650 - 1800 RPM
6 - 31 dB
- 12 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Aorus Aquarium
At first I was worried it was not going to fit as the specs listed it 0.1mm larger than the CPU fan size listed for my case of choice. But eh, I decided to risk it for the biscuit. And it was worth it. It is really dazzling. And more impressively, it keeps my temps really reasonable despite a moderate-high overclock (with the help of some high quality thermal paste). Despite easily being the noisiest component of my PC, it is really quite. I have open back headphones and it doesn't bother me. I tested it out on full fan power and it started to sound like my PC was about to achieve liftoff, but since it gives such low temperatures under normal operation, I doubt I will ever run into the issue of the fan reaching full RPM. It syncs excellently through RGB Fusion 2.0 (despite a few teething issues). It makes an excellent centre piece for my PC.
The only issue is that coolermaster’s instructions are total trash. But YouTube tutorials can fix that.
- 5 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build 2x Gigabyte Aorus i9 9900K Build
The cooler has a great price and the RGB works fine. The construction feels a little bit cheap and the screws are hard to reach when mounting. Performs very well.
- 4 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Z390 GTX 1070 Ti Core i5 ATX Build
When I chose to build my latest PC, I knew from the onset that I don't want a watercooled solution mainly bcs it is defintely high maintenance compared to classic aircooling. The push and pull combination of the two fans on the Cooler Master MA410M is just enough to keep my CPU running cool and idling at 36 degrees Celsius. My pull fan at the back of my case is also perfectly positioned for this cooler by immediately taking that hot air and continuing to blow it out of the case.
- 4 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build $1200 Decade’s End Build
I surprised myself when I veered from using my typical choice of a Hyper 212 Evo. This is definitely a more heavy-duty feeling unit, and as far as air cooled CPU coolers, it was the best looking and very well received cooler. In true Cooler Master fashion, the installation and instructions suck. So I had to dock a quality point.