Cooler Master V8 Pro Reviews
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Cooler Master V8 Reviews19
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|BayReviews.com||---||Apr 08 '11|
|Big Bruin||---||Mar 09 '10|
|eTeknix.com||---||May 29 '11|
|Neoseeker||---||Apr 16 '09|
|Bjorn3D||---||Oct 23 '08|
|Frosty Tech||87%||Oct 23 '08|
|Futurelooks.com||---||Oct 30 '08|
|Inside Hardware||---||Feb 13 '09|
|Legion Hardware||---||Oct 20 '08|
|LegitReviews.com||---||Nov 19 '08|
|Modders-Inc||9/10||Jan 21 '09|
|Overclockers Club||---||Oct 02 '08|
|OverclockersOnline||---||Dec 27 '08|
|PC Perspective||---||Dec 08 '08|
|Pro-Clockers.com||---||Oct 23 '08|
|Techware Labs||---||Oct 22 '08|
|ThinkComputers||10/10||Feb 23 '09|
|TweakNews.net||---||Oct 20 '08|
|Verdis Reviews||---||Aug 09 '09|
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"The Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler features a total of 16 heatpipes to expel over 180 Watts of energy while overclocking your Intel Extreme QX9650."
"Overall, the Cooler Master V8 is a great cooler. It's superior cooling and quiet operation earn it the Bigbruin.com "Highly Recommended" and "Whisper Quiet" awards."
"The Coolermaster V8 CPU cooler performed very well under testng. It proved that we can have great cooling capacity with quietness as well as having a CPU cooler that was asthetically pleasing for those with window mods on their cases. Also the Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler has a sturdy and solid design and it allowed the use of mounting with either using a retention plate or not using one. It gave AMD CPU users the freedom to be able to turn this unit 90 degrees to custom tailor it to their cooling needs. The retention plates had a solid, sturdy design that did not bend easily nor did they flex. The fan was barely audible even though the fan was at max throttle."
"In all honesty, if you are after a tried and tested CPU cooler that has already stood the test of time, produces great results and is affordable, look no further than the Cooler Master V8, as it will always come in at pole position."
"With a 150W heat load applied by the Intel LGA775 version of FrostyTech's synthetic thermal test platform first, the Coolermaster V8 heatsink maintains a very nice temperature of 18.4°C over ambient (52.6dBA noise) at full fan speed. With the Coolermaster Hyper Z600 posting similar results, it looks like Coolermaster may have finally gotten back in the performance cooling game."