Legit Event Reviews
CES 2010: Cooler Master V6 and V6 GT Heat Sinks
|Product:||CES 2010 Products|
|Date:||Fri, Jan 08, 2010 - 06:24 PM|
|Written By:||Brian Wallace -|
Cooler Master Continued
Cooler Master also has a "lesser" model they are calling the V6, which reduces the cost and some of the features. Gone is the nickel plating on the base and heatpipes, and the fan air flow drops to 85.5cfm. The LED and switch are gone, so it makes this more of a function over form heatsink. We are expecting to see it priced around $50 with availability coming soon.
One of the other heat sinks that we saw was the Cooler Master Vortex Plus. At just 83mm tall, it was designed with HTPC's and small form factor PC's in mind. It features 4 direct touch copper heatpipes, a PWM fan capable of up to 54.8cfm at 2800rpm. It will fit on Intel LGA 775/1366/1152 sockets, and AMD 754/939/940/AM2/AM2+/AM3 sockets.
Our final look is at the Cooler Master Excalibur fan. This is a 120mm fan that features removable blades, a honeycomb mesh frame, sword shaped fan blades designed to raise static pressure.
It is also the first fan to feature Barometric Ball Bearing technology. Cooler Master rates these fans at 85.6cfm, 30db, and a very impressive 3.56mm H2O pressure!
That's it from Cooler Master, we'll leave you with one last picture of the nice ladies that were helping out.
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