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Cooler Master's V8 Powerhouse

AdvantagesEasily fitted, supports multiple chipsets.

DisadvantagesRather 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 Processor cooler's going. The V8 contains 4 separate set of aluminum fins that lead to 8 diagonal up rise pipes, the V8's design allows speedy heat transfer to a large heat displacement surface. It is ..." Read review

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The V8 is truely a monster cooler, yet deadly quiet with it. Review with images

AdvantagesLarge, quiet, easy to fit

DisadvantagesRather 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 heatsink and opt for something more jazzy. Having already owned a Coolermaster PSU and finding it very reliable/quiet and also just purchasing a Coolermaster case, I thought i'd stick with a known quantity ..." Read review

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