Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler
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Every single CPU cooler i have ever reviewed or used belonged in one out of three available designs in the market the U-Type or Tower design, C-Design and low profile design. Each design is targeted towards a different segment of the market and so most of the times U-Type CPU coolers are made for enthusiasts and overclockers, C-Tower CPU Coolers for mid-end users and low profile CPU coolers for people who either want something cheap or need something low in height to fit inside their HTPC case. Needless to say all of these designs have been topped out in terms of performance and so companies have started looking other ways to make high end CPU coolers. The first company to accomplish that is Cooler Master with their huge V10 CPU cooler.
Cooler Master really needs no introduction as they have been a part of the PC aftermarket field since the very beginning. Their products are always high in quality, stylish and innovative while at the same time their performance is excellent throughout the board. Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry's best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved. In pursuing this mission, Cooler Master is absolutely committed to delivering solutions that precisely meet customer requirements for features, performance, and quality.
According to Cooler Master the V10 generates a cooling power which equals to over 200W and considering that the best U-Tower CPU coolers never cross over 160W you can certainly imagine what this beast is capable of. The good part however is the existence of the TEC technology which is activated when and if your CPU reaches extreme temperatures which is almost never as will see later on, still knowing that if that happens the TEC will take it up to itself to lower the temperature is a great thing indeed. Now i could get more technical and explain what TEC is but in end it is how it performs that most of you are interested in.