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Cooler Master V6 GT CPU Cooler Review



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Cooler Master are a brand that never fail to impress us here at eTeknix. They continue to release top quality products and expand into new markets which is exactly what fans and reviewers alike all enjoy seeing. Today sees us looking at a product from one of their more popular product categories, a CPU cooler. There is plenty of choice when it comes to choosing a Cooler Master CPU cooler and even more when we look at the complete market for processor coolers.

The V6GT which we are looking it at is one of the most recent Cooler Master CPU coolers. This 200+ watt capable beast features dual 120mm PWM fans in push-pull configuration and six heatpipes in a “double V array”. The V6GT’s performance looks promising. The densely packed fins allow the true potential of 2 fans in push-pull to be unleashed, coupled with asymmetric aluminium fins at a 5 degree tilt to lower airflow resistance and the performance looks even more promising than first anticipated.

The V6GT from Cooler Master better offer good performance to be competitive in this sink or swim market.

Features:

  • 6 heatpipes and pure copper base
  • Perfect for case-modders
  • Highly dense and tilted aluminium fins precisely engineered for impeccable cooling performance
  • Pioneering “Double-V” heatpipe deployment compresses airflow to increase efficiency under mid to high air pressure
  • Innovative “Tool-Free” fan boxes for easy installation of fans
  • Accelerating twin high-seed PWM fans deliver invincible cooling capability
  • Engine oil cap controls the LED strip with colour changing function

Specifications:

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[TD]CPU Socket Compatibility[/TD]
[TD]Intel LGA 1366/1155/1156/775 and AMD AM3/AM2+/AM2[/TD]
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[TD]Dimensions[/TD]
[TD]131 x 120 x 165mm[/TD]
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[TD]Weight[/TD]
[TD]939g[/TD]
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[TD]Heatsink Material[/TD]
[TD]Copper base / Aluminium fins / 6 heapipes[/TD]
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[TR]
[TD]Heatpipe Dimensions[/TD]
[TD]6mm diameter[/TD]
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[TR]
[TD]Fan Dimension[/TD]
[TD]120 x 120 x 25mm[/TD]
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[TD]Fan Speed[/TD]
[TD]800-2200 RPM[/TD]
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[TD]Fan Airflow[/TD]
[TD]34.0 – 93.74 CFM (per fan)[/TD]
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[TD]Fan Air Pressure[/TD]
[TD]0.43 – 3.30 mmH2O (per fan)[/TD]
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[TD]Bearing type [/TD]
[TD]DynaLoop Bearing[/TD]
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[TD]Connector[/TD]
[TD]4-pin[/TD]
[/TR]
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[TD]Noise level[/TD]
[TD]15-38 dbA[/TD]
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[TD]Fan Control[/TD]
[TD]PWM[/TD]
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[TD]Rated Voltage[/TD]
[TD]12 VDC[/TD]
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  • ryanmartin

    love that CPU cooler looks amazing, great review too, I would love to get one of these they certainly keep those high TDP CPU's cool enough to overclock them a lot

  • jtheater

    I have one sitting on my desk. I am wondering how it compares to the Hydro H50 cooling since I went out and bought that for 40 bucks. The V6 just looks heavy as if it would break something.

  • lucas4

    @ Ryan. Thanks mate :). Ye, it is a very good performing cooler! The ability to keep my hotter than normal 2600k under 70c with 1.288v running through it is nothing to be sniffed at.@ jtheater. Keep an eye out for a review in the near future that may be able to answer your question ;)! At 939g it is a very heavy cooler, but CM made a good job of making a sturdy and secure mounting system.

  • gaetan

    great review, love the design, it seems some kind of mix between a supercar's engine and a motorbike petrol tank.

  • lucas4

    gaetan;22352 wrote: great review, love the design, it seems some kind of mix between a supercar's engine and a motorbike petrol tank.

    thanks man :cool:!i must say, that this thing looks even better in person! the matte black "engine cover" styling is truly unique and genius!