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Cooler Master V10 CPU cooler uses TEC

Posted on Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 18:43:16 CET by


French computer site Case and Cooling discovered the upcoming Cooler Master V10 cooler features peltier (TEC) cooling. The successor to the Cooler Master V8 features a copper base, ten copper heatpipes and aluminum fins. The V10 is designed to cool both your processor and memory, it measures 236.5mm x 129mm x 161.3mm and weighs a whopping 1.2kg.

This huge CPU cooler uses a triple heatsink design, there are six heatpipes for the main heatsink and another four for the thermoelectric cooling (TEC). Furthermore, the cooler also has two 120mm fans which generate a max airflow of 90CFM.

The French site estimates the cooler will be released after CES for 100-150EUR.



Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 236.5 x 129 x 161.3 mm
  • Base: Copper
  • Fins: Aluminum
  • Heatpipes: 10x copper
  • an Size: 120mm
  • Fan speed: 800 - 2400rpm (PWM)
  • Weight: 1200g
  • Noise: 17dBA (min)




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