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Exclusive look at Cooler Master's V10 Heatsink (Page 2)

Chris Ramseyer | Jan 14, 2009 at 11:00 pm CST - 0 mins, 37 secs time to read this page
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The Cooler Master V10

2009 Cooler Master V10 Preview

As you can see, Cooler Master has already got the retail box ready to roll out to retail and e-tailers. Right on the front of the package Cooler Master starts in with big claims; 200+ watts of cooling power.

2009 Cooler Master V10 Preview

The new V10 is big and looks even bigger with the fan shroud still in place. There are three banks of fins cooled by two 120mm fans.

2009 Cooler Master V10 Preview

Here we see that the TEC does not sit directly above the processor, but is off to the side and acts like a heat exchanger.

2009 Cooler Master V10 Preview

The view from your case window will look spectacular, but the V10 isn't all about the looks either. The side mounted 120mm fan will also aid in cooling your memory as well.

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