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    Today we’re looking at Cooler Master’s V10 CPU cooler, a beast of a unit that is big, brash, and bold in its styling and performance claims, boasting thermoelectric-assisted (TEC/Peltier) air cooling for today’s hottest Quad Core CPUs. We’ll pit the V10 against another top air cooling competitor on a highly overclocked Core i7 920 CPU that’s juiced up to see if the Peltier can get the job done or get left in the dust.



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    Nice review! What case did you install everything in?

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    Thanks! That was the Cooler Master Storm Sniper......that review will be published this week

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    Awesome! I can't wait to see that one--it really looks like a nice case.




    PS: I'm back, finally, by the way. Sickness had me down for a while, and, as a result, had to have surgery. I've been in recovery from that, too. Glad to be back and feeling a little better.

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    Jake; how did you connect the TEC wire, to mobo PWM power header or molex connector and to 5v or 12v line?

    This cooler is fricking huge, I'm sure is not going to fit into to any cases. This type of air/tec aided is not new technology. Titan Amanda & Ultra both have it and they are not any much better than top high end HFS.

    According to the specs, it has 70w power consuming. I'm assuming that is from the TEC itself, not including the fans? If that is the case; 70w TEC is barely capable to handle a moden GPU.

    IMO, this cooler is more suitable for Kentfield or Yorkfield, definetly not for Bloomfield.

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    Zinos. glad to see your back and feeling better, I hope it stays that way. Good luck ! The Sniper is a great case , and the V10 is a good cooler, but kind of expensive.

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    Nice Review that Jake!
    That thing looks like a brick in the case ...but seriously i think that performance is only average considering it actually has TEC built in perhaps in high end Air Cooler territory...
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    a brick?
    it's more like a TANK to me , I'm affaird that cooler will pull the CPU out of it socket. LOL.

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    Your review confirmed for me that this is just more marketing BS. The conclusion seems like "it's not really any better than the basic tower coolers, and the peltier doesn't really help anything either, and BTW it's loud."

    I don't think a higher wattage peltier is the solution though. Wouldn't that just heat up the aluminum faster, and need even more/louder fans? The fins are just hot because the peltier is doing it's job. Wouldn't a higher wattage peltier just transfer heat to the aluminum even faster. The V-10 is already too big, and even with two 120's it can't shed the heat fast enough. It seems like a poor design, and despite being much larger and "complicated looking" it doesn't perform any better than the traditional style alaska nero.

    It seems like peltiers would work better with water than air.

    This product looks like it has the same problem as the GPU peltier I looked at. The pelt works great and quickly saturates the heatsink, this is why there's so much metal. Unfortunately the heatpipes don't carry the heat far away enough, and the poor little fans just couldn't keep up. The end result for the GPU peltier setup was no better than traditional solutions, but it did dump more heat in the case than most of the competition(many solutions exaust out the back).

    "it certainly does look great" - are you kidding, or did coolermaster pay you to say that?

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    Certainly you all make valid points. To address a few (keep in mind, some of this is my personal opinion though):

    -TEC does seem to be more efficient with water. I have a TEC/H2O setup and it works very well. But the TEC on heatpipes/air doesn't look to be anywhere near as efficient.

    -The performance need to be taken in context. The raw numbers are good, no question. It beats a top air cooler, but not by much. There are two issues though: the TEC doesn't not make a big difference as some have expected/wanted. It's not a Freezone Elite, for example, the TEC here is a minor thing really. I think there was a misconception that the TEC here would somehow drop temps by 10C or something. Well for $50 or less, that's not gonna happen, plain and simple. So I think anyone that thought this thing would kill a regular air cooler was guilty of dreaming LOL.

    -The second issue is the cost, it is not a very good performance-to-price result. For some people, 3C on an overclocked i7 is worth $50, for many it's not. Putting a value on performance is difficult for what it means to different people. Everyone has different thresholds as to what they'll pay for a given performance level, and none are "right"......just "different" I think.

    -As for aesthetics, that is entirely a personal thing. I like the look of it. It's rugged and refined. Some may think othewise. Some may love blinking LEDs and UV lights in a case, others may prefer a simple P182 or Lian-Li box. Neither are wrong, again.....just "different". In the Sniper case, with a red theme.....I think it looks great. But in a small Apevia case cramped against a rat's nest of wires? Not so much. Again, context.

    That's my take on it though. LIke I said in the review, the product is "bi-polar" to me. On one hand, it does perform well and within what is REASONABLY expected for the setup (ie--TEC on air). But on the other hand, it is a tough pill to swallow when price is taken into consideration. Also remember the V10 is geared to a specific market; it's not for everyone, or even "most" people. In that context, it can be a great product, but it does have a few drawbacks that prevent it from being outstanding to the masses.



    Fear not, however.......we have a HUGE Core i7 1366 air cooler roundup coming.......biggest one on the Web. We'll see which ones perform REALLY well. I have a feeling one or two will beat the V10 and cost less......

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    I think the following heatsinks could possibly beat out the V10:

    Coolermaster V8
    Vigor Gaming Monsoon III

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    We're trying to get those for the roundup.

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    Yes you can use 400 - 450W pelt to run on 12-15v line but heatsink and fan won't cut it. With this monster pelt, you do need a dedicate PSU for it, not only that you will run into condensation problem, look at the pelt sitting. It's just up in the air, no insulation or water proof, it's not even direct contact to the CPU either. Seriously, just poor design in mind opion, like I said this cooler is good for stock or mild overclocked procs.

    Let put this way guys, you have about 200w of heat from i7 at 3.8Ghz, and my estimate heat load from the pelt is around 100-150w, given or take. So total whooping over 300w of heat, you think that heatsink and 2x120mm fans can handle all that?
    This is the reason why TEC enthusiats use watercooling to remove heat from the hotside of the pelt.

    Well, when we speak of TEC, we are all expecting good performance, sub ambient temps something like that, not the same result at HFS.

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    I do not think that the Vigor will not do any better than the V10. I have worked my butt off getting us a bunch of samples, I think we will have close to 16 coolers in this round up . Air, Tec Air, Tec Water , Water. We should have the largest round up on the net !

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    The Zalman 9900 would be a good one to shoot for in the roundup if possible, there really isn't a good review of that product on the web.

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    That's because it's hard trying to get Zalman samples

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