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Tuesday, 17 September 2013 19:42

Cooler Master releases V8 GTS cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Impressively looking beast

Cooler Master has launched its new V8 GTS CPU cooler that combines the Horizontal Vapor Chamber technology used in high-end graphics cards with high airflow fans into a muscle car inspired design.

The Cooler Master V8 GTS features triple tower heatsink and eight high performance heatpipes that channel massive amount of heat that is pulled away from the CPU via vapor chamer. Paired up with dual 140mm fans, with POM fan bearings, that push air through those three heatsinks, the new V8 GTS will definitely have what it takes to cope with most, if not all, CPUs.

Featuring the HVC (Horizontal Vapor Chamber), usually used on high-end graphics cards, that consists of highly advanced metal heat spreaders that draw heat away from a single or multiple heat sources as well as hollow interior filled with coolant in order to transfer the heat from its base up to those three heatsinks. This allows it to handle thermal loads of up to 250W.

Cooler Master has announced that the V8 GTS will be available in Europe with a MSRP of €79 and should be available pretty soon.

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