Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master V10 (RR-B2P-UV10-GP)
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Coolermaster V10 Hybrid T.E.C. CPU Cooler
22 December 2009
Excerpt: The V10 offers many more features than the V8. The first would be the additional capabilities of cooling your ram while taking care of the CPU. Sitting atop a second set of aluminum fins is a 120mm cooling fan when placed properly blows right over your DIMM slots.
Summary: The Cooler Master V10 Cooler is one of the best air coolers on the market and comes close in performance to water cooling. The heatsink is comprised of aluminum fins that connect to 10 heatpipes which connect into a solid base.
Summary: We a price tag of about one hundred and forty dollars the CoolerMaster is not a cheap cooler by any stretch of the imagination, but stop and think of what you are getting for your money and it turns out to be not that expensive overall.
Conclusion: This is a superb cooler if you are a overclocker and don’t want to bother with watercooling setups. It’s quite big and bulky and the fan is a tad to loud for my taste but it cools very well.
Conclusion: The CoolerMaster V10 is a great CPU cooler overall, it will do well at keeping your CPU and ram cool even in the hottest of environments and loads. Yes it is big, being so large it can make installation take longer and bit rather difficult.
Pros: Well made, Good cooling, Quiet
Cons: Large and heavy, Can be difficult to install
Summary: What can I say about the Coolermaster V10 Hybrid TEC CPU Cooler in terms of cooling performance? Well, it's not as impressive as I first imagined. I expected it to blow everything out of the water with its Hybrid TEC technology, but as it turns out ...
Pros: - OK cooling performance, - Unique design, - First ever Hybrid TEC CPU cooler, - Supports Intel LGA1366 / AMD AM2+/AM3, - Dual 120mm LED fans, - Can help cool memory modules (if they're low profile)
Cons: - PRICE!, - Very large (might foul DIMM slots), - Hybrid TEC performance = negligible, - Looks (not to everyone's tastes)
Excerpt: Cooler Master's V10 is impressive in many respects. Size and stature are reassuringly large, but fitment may be an issue for some motherboards and cases. The engineering innovation and design are quite nice, as is the fit and finish.
Conclusion: The hardest thing about the V10 to judge is its price. Is this cooler really worth $140 USD? Certainly it beats the best of the best coolers for 1366, but I cant answer that question for you. If you have money, why not spend it?
Excerpt: [img]v10.jpg[/img] Cooler Master is dedicated to providing the industries best thermal solutions with a total commitment to quality. Having our first glance at the V10 back in January at CES, we can say that they carry on that tradition with this newest CPU cooler.