The masters of cooling decided to freshen up their CPU cooling line and turn it up a notch. As such these rascals released a new CPU cooler that follows in the footsteps of the V8 and V10 CPU coolers from Cooler Master.
The all new model comes with two fans and an advanced heatpipe design. Next to that, Cooler Master implemented a V-shaped heatpipe array, asymmetrical aluminum fins (which are densely stacked for optimal cooling).
The V6 GT design provides 200W of cooling power, which should be enough for even the most enthusiastic PC lovahs, and definitely interesting to the Guru3D crowd -- we hear ya ;)
Branded with a V6 name, you can smell the automotive theme and design already. And somehow when you look at the cooler that definitely shows. To give it a little more of a niche feeling, the fans are covered by hoods, clip-on plastic covers. And when you press the Cooler Master logo slash button on top, you get nice LED lighting with three colors of your preference to choose from.
The copper pipes and heat spreader are nickel-plated and the cooler will fit all the latest processor standards: Intel LGA775, 1156 and 1366 as well as AMD's AM2, 2+ and 3.
Interested in how it performs? Well, we'll even overclock it with a 2,67 GHz processor overclocked to 4200 MHz. Let's head into the full review and find out.
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