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Cooler Master's V8 Powerhouse

Advantages: Easily fitted, supports multiple chipsets.
Disadvantages: Rather large.

The Cooler Master V8 revs up ahead with its tough guard cooling engine. I purchased this Processor cooler about 6 months ago for a custom build, and its stood its ground since then. The V8 came out in 2009 and in my opinion, is still one of the best Proc ...

ISOForest 05.10.2011 · Read full review
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The V8 is truely a monster cooler, yet deadly quiet with it.

Advantages: Large, quiet, easy to fit
Disadvantages: Rather large

I just bought and upgraded my PC, abandoning AMD and moving to Intel's Core i7 CPU. As a result, I wanted to buy a heatsink that would do the job and offer me overclocking abilities in the future. Being a geek it was a must to abandon the standard heatsin ...

AgeUK 20.03.2009 · Read full review
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High performance, Low noise - Thermalright Archon

Advantages: Performance, Low noise
Disadvantages: Height for some cases, Cost

I purchased this cooler in April 2011 for ~£44 in the UK for use with my new i7-2600K. Contents * 1x140mm TY-140 fan which has a 4-pin connector to make use of the PWM feature of most CPU fan headers. * 4x120mm fan clips * An assortment o ...

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