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Ian 03-11-2009 10:27 AM

Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler
 
Bjorn 3D take a look at the Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler, which uses a TEC (thermo-electric cooling) unit to reduce the temperature of your CPU:

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In the constant pursuit of higher clock speeds, one thing is for sure. You will need better cooling. For those who feel more daring than your average Joe, there is a whole slew of aftermarket coolers that can be used to achieve the highest overclock possible. Many of these people consider themselves extreme users. What if you're not feeling so 'extreme' and just want to improve your speed without running a liquid system? Well, Cooler Master has answered the call with their V10 CPU cooler.

With a TEC (Thermo Electric Cooling), Cooler Master feels they are able to pump away more heat than your standard aftermarket heat sink. The concept of a TEC is a simple one, but I will cover that later on in the review. The V10 is certainly not the first cooler to ever use a TEC. Previous TEC coolers include the Ultra Chilltec and Titan Amanda. Cooler Master has expanded on these previous concepts by adding a RAM cooler. While the cooler doesn't physically touch the RAM, there is a fan right above it to give some airflow over the RAM, which in turn should reduce its temperatures.
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