While the MA620M certainly looks like the Cooler Master Wraith Ripper, which was specifically designed to cool AMD’s ThreadRipper processors, it is slightly different. It doesn’t have the massive Ryzen logo or the four point mounting system needed for first generation TR4 motherboards. That origin gives this cooler a pretty solid engineering foundation since the Wraith Ripper was designed to cool off CPUs with a huge 180W to 250W TDP… Right? Well, yes and no, because Cooler Master has actually made some changes to the MA620M to make it more adaptable to every current generation system. Now it is definitely an interesting looking air cooler, but is it any good? That is the ultimate question that needs to be answered, so let’s jump into it.
I’m going to get right into things and say that this isn’t a small cooler in any way, shape or form. However, it actually does look a lot larger than it is. Basically, it is a 135mm wide, 125mm long, and 165mm high, and it weighs in at a pretty heavy 1.65KG.