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    Default V8-GTS Cooler

    I'd like to see a review of this new Vapor-Chamber CPU cooler from CoolerMaster.

    IT'S HERE

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    she is pretty, and the theory is excelent
    but hows the actual performance on an O.C.'d system?
    and how loud is it?
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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    she is pretty, and the theory is excelent
    but hows the actual performance on an O.C.'d system?
    and how loud is it?
    I'm wondering the same things. That's why I'd love to see PureOC do a review on it.

    My old Vapo-Chill socket 470 cooler worked pretty darn good.

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    looks a lot better than the old V8
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    looks like they addressed RAM clearence issues too.
    It's expensive, but it may be worth it.

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    We already have a sample coming in, just have to wait for them to ship um out!!!

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Can't wait! Very interested in seeing the results!

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    that is one angry looking cooler

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Yep, I'll be interested in seeing what you folks think of it as well!
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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Looks promising and much better than the original V8: V8-GTS review - Google Search

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Neil, we do have one coming in for review, but I have to wait for Cooler Master USA to get samples in. Will should be doing the review, I already gave them his shipping info.

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    I like the way it looks as to RAM clearance. (maybe I'm seeing it wrong)
    Plus the cyclical nature of the Vapor-Chamber technology works well. (I think the review will show that it does anyways)

    But the $99 price is steep.

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Neil, we do have one coming in for review, but I have to wait for Cooler Master USA to get samples in. Will should be doing the review, I already gave them his shipping info.
    Looking forward to the results. I hope it matches up with the look of the cooler. A great looking air cooler with great looks would be killer.
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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    It would be a great match for the MSI Z87 G45 or G65 boards.

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    Default Re: V8-GTS Cooler

    for a hundred bucks it had better blow the nocturn out of the water

    and IF it does then they will make a ton of money.
    time will tell
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