This is a giant cooler. It’s not the biggest out there, but it is very tall and very wide and very deep. Expect to have trouble mounting this if your case isn’t the biggest.
The fan is 12cm in diameter with some interestingly shaped blades. These are designed to keep airflow strong as well as reducing air turbulent.
This cooler features an impressive 6 copper heatpipes, or twelve if you count each side individually. They use the design that runs the heatpipes through the copper core. This is designed to increase the movement of heat from the core through the heatpipes to the fins.
Speaking of which, on this cooler they are aluminium and are very finely spaced(aprox 3mm). They’re flat which won’t give quite as much surface area as curved ones, but it will help keep air turbulence to a minimum, thereby reducing noise output.
The heatpipes run all the way through the fins, exiting at the top of the Hyper 612s where there’s a Cooler Master logo. The finish on the end of these pipes is very nice; in fact the whole cooler feels of very high quality. It’s built to a high standard
The core is all copper and comes with the usual warning label to help protect it during transit. The surface is reasonably shiny though not perfectly reflective.