Cooler Master introduces MA824 Stealth Super Cooler with composite tubes
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Cooler Master introduces MA824 Stealth Super Cooler with composite tubes

Cooler Master has officially launched its new flagship air cooler for MA824 stealth CPUs. The novelty is a twin-tower design, equipped with eight heat-conducting tubes made of a new superconducting composite material. The manufacturer states that this material has up to 30% more efficient heat transfer compared to previous solutions.

    Image Source: Cool Master

Image Source: Cool Master

The dimensions of the MA824 stealth cooler are 162.2 × 150.6 × 165.6 mm. The cooling system is equipped with two Mobius fans. The internal dimensions are 135 × 135 × 26 mm, the front part 120 × 120 × 25 mm. The weight of the cooler with fan is 1.63 kg.


The front fan enables the installation of DRAM memory modules with a height of up to 42 mm. The 135mm fan operates at speeds from 0 to 1550 ± 15% rpm. The 120mm model operates in a speed range of 0 to 1950 ± 15% rpm. The first provides airflow up to 63.6 CFM, the second up to 63.1 CFM.

The maximum noise level is 24.6 dBa for the 135 mm fan model and 22.6 dBa for the 120 mm model. A service life of more than 200,000 hours is specified for both fans.

The Cooler Master MA824 stealth cooling system is compatible with Intel LGA 1700, LGA 1200, LGA 1151, LGA 1150, LGA 1156 and LGA 1155 processor sockets and AMD AM5 and AM4 sockets.


The manufacturer gives a five-year guarantee on the new product. The company did not provide any information on the cost of the MA824 stealth cooler.

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