V8
RR-UV8-XBU1-GP

  
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<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%" arial="" ,="" sans-serif="" ;="" color:="" black;="">Supports Intel Core i7
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<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%" arial="" ,="" sans-serif="" ;="" color:="" black;=""><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%" arial="" ,="" sans-serif="" ;="" color:="" black;="">Challenging a new generations of PC modding, the Cooler Master V8 revs up ahead with its tough guard cooling engine. Superior in its design, this wicked-fun V8 monster has enough horsepower to out-perform its duties with any high-performance CPU while under the most critical heat conditions. On top of its stylish finish, the V8 Cooler has quite some rich features. For heat dissipation it is supported with its smart 180W cooling solution. Modularized by 4 separate set of aluminum fins and linked by 8 diagonal up-rise heat pipes, the V8 structural design allows speedy heat transfer to a large heat dissipation surface. Another excellent key feature of the V8, is its precision fan control. The V8 is compatible with all current CPU sockets, and provides unsurpassed cooling performance.
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<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%" arial="" ,="" sans-serif="" ;="" color:="" black;="">WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL FORUM DESIGN AWARD
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<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%" arial="" ,="" sans-serif="" ;="" color:="" black;="">Supports Intel Sandy Bridge 1155 socket



Model RR-UV8-XBU1-GP
CPU Socket Intel Socket:
Sandy Bridge 1155
LGA1366 / LGA1156 / LGA1150 / LGA775 *

AMD Socket:
AM3 / AM2+ / AM2
CPU Support Intel:
Core™ i7 Extreme / Core™ i7 / Core™ i5 / Core™ i3 / Core™2 Extreme / Core™2 Quad / Core™2 Duo / Pentium / Celeron

AMD:
Phenom™ II X4 / Phenom™ II X3 / Phenom™ II X2 / Phenom™ X4 / Phenom™ X3 / Athlon™ II X4 / Athlon™ II X3 / Athlon™ II X2 / Athlon™ X2 / Athlon™ / Sempron™
Dimension 120 x 128 x 161.1mm
Weight 1.91 lbs
Heat Sink Dimensions 120 x 120 x 158mm
Heat Sink Material Copper Base / Aluminum Fins / 8 Heat Pipes
Heat Pipes Dimensions Ø6mm
Fan Dimension (W / H / D) 120 x 120 x 25mm
Fan Speed 800 - 1800RPM
Fan Airflow 69.69CFM
Air pressure (mmH2O) 2.94mm H2O
Bearing Type Rifle Bearing
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000hrs
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 17 - 21dBA dBA Reference
Fan Speed Adjustment Install on PCI Slot
Connector 4-pin
Fan Control PWM + VR Controller
Rated Voltage 12V
Start Voltage 7V
Operating Voltage 10.38V - 13.2V
Rated Current 0.12A
Input Power 1.44W
Maximum TDP 180W
Notice * Supplied accessories may differ by country or area. Please check with your local distributor for further details.
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      Bayreviews.com: Highly Recommended
      Bayreviews.com : April 2011


      "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."

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      Bigbruin:  Highly Recommended
      bigbruin.com : March 2010


      "The Cooler Master V8 revs up ahead with its tough guard cooling engine. On top of its stylish finish, the V8 Cooler has quite some features. For heat dissipation it is supported with it's smart 180W cooling solution. Modularized"


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      Neoseeker.com:  Overclockers Award
      neoseeker.com : April 2009


      "I was very impressed by its cooling performance. 51C at load on an overclocked Phenom II is amazing. I have no doubt it would also perform very well on an i7 setup. So really, this cooler is a great choice for overclocked systems."

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      Thinkcomputers - Editors Choice
      thinkcomputers.org : February 2009


      "The Cooler Master V8 by far is one of the most powerful coolers we've reviewed. It runs very cool even at low fan speeds with only 41C in idle and 52C under 100% load. The next best cooler, Noctua NH-C12P, we've reviewed does match the 41C, but is only able to cool at 54C at default speeds. The V8 is able to even outperform that by reaching a record low 38C on Idle and only 50C under load. It's interesting to have a cooler that supports both the PWM function and have a VR controller, giving the V8 the best of both worlds."



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      PCWizKid: Recommended
      pcwizkidstechtalk.com : February 2009


      "The V8 utilizes backplate style mounting instead of the clip on design and is sturdy and tight making a solid contact for optimal cooling.  I really found that the design of the fan sandwiched in between really helps dissipate the heat out when installed correctly.  For any gaming rig or PC enthusiast looking to overclock their system without water cooling this is a terrific easy alternative that you cant go wrong with."

      check out the video review here


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      Modders-inc - Editors Choice
      modders-inc.com : January 2009


      "I must give Cooler Master some credit for the innovative design that obviously is capable of performing. The Cooler Master V8 dropped our idle and load temperatures by a couple of degrees......Add everything together, and you will find that the Cooler Master V8 is an excellent choice for a cooling option"

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      Xcpus: Gold
      Xcpus.com : January 2009


      "Cooler Master has always taken a different approach to making air coolers, from the gleeming Sphere, to the gigantic Z600. Now with the V8, it's nice to see that as usual, with the power, comes performance."

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      Overclockersonline: Approved
      overclockersonline.net : December 2008


      "In the end, I was very impressed with the Cooler Master V8's performance. Using a total of 8 heat pipes, it makes a strong impression on any enthusiast's heart. The build was solid, installation was a breeze, and it looks very impressive inside of the tower."


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      RWLabs: Editors Choice
      rwlabs.com : December 2008


      "The Cooler Master V8 is one of the best looking CPU Coolers i have ever seen that also performs excellently and takes the Single Fan CPU Cooler throne from the ThermalRight 120 Extreme."

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      Maximum PC
      Maximum PC : December 2008


      Cooler Master's HAF 932 and V8 recommended product of choice for case and cooler by Maximum PC


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      Futurelooks: High Performance
      futurelooks.com : October 2008


      "At the beginning of the review, I was a little concerned that the CoolerMaster V8 wouldn’t be able to bring the muscle that would be a credit to its namesake. That concern was unfounded. The CoolerMaster V8 absolutely blows away the quality stock cooling solution provided by AMD. It also outperforms it’s other burly sibling, the CoolerMaster 212 CPU Cooler by a pretty impressive margin."






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      3dgameman - 100% KICKASS
      3dgameman.com : October 2008


      "This cooler is the next best thing to water cooling!......"

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      techwarelabs.com
      techwarelabs.com : October 2008


      There is no question the V8 is one of the most stylish CPU coolers out there. It moves away from the usual boring themes of a tornado/vortex/swirly thing and instead hides the fan and makes the outer cladding which looks like an engine covering.  It’s a nice and clever change of pace. It claims to have up to 180 watts of cooling power, and to be honest I have no way to test that number, but I can throw the next best thing at it; an AMD Phenom 9950 Black Edition.  It held up well to that beast of a space heater allowing only a minimal change in the heat.  Its fan controller allows you to crank up the extra cooling as you’re killing people in Crysis or turn down the fan speed when you’re headed to bed.



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      V-hideout - Editors Choice
      virtual-hideout.net : October 2008


      There we have it. Finally, a heatsink, that's easy to use, performs so very well, and most importantly, looks great in the process. It was said ages ago on one forum or another "I don't care what it is, or how much it costs, I just want something that performs better". Now, when I got a hold of my first TRUE, those are the sorts of things I thought I would never think. But after a year and a half of the same sink holding that performance crown, I'd have to say the excitement had gone. Now, Cooler Master has finally come to snatch away that performance crown.

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      Maximum PC
      Maximum PC : October 2008


      “This performance, nevertheless, places the V8 in the top echelon of the coolers we have tested…”

      “We like that the V8 is taller than it is wide. Unlike Thermaltake’s DuOrb, this cooler doesn’t block any of the parts on our motherboards”

      “Nearly top-notch cooling performance, beautiful aesthetics”



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      Tweaknews.net great product
      tweaknews.net : October 2008


      To sum it all up, Cooler Master's new V8 CPU cooler is BIG, both in physical size and performance, yet leaves a relatively small acoustic footprint. The included fan speed controller is a nice addition and the mounting solution is very robust, if a bit fussy to install. If maximum cooling and impressive looks are at the top of your list when shopping for a CPU cooler, don't overlook the V8. Just be sure it will fit inside your case.



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      Legionhardware: Performance Award
      legionhardware.com : October 2008


      After coming across pictures of the new Cooler Master V8 on the Internet, we were keen to try it out. If we are honest it is fair to say that we never expected such impressive results from this uniquely designed heatsink. With the fan operating at full speed the V8 was able to outperform the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme and the dual 120mm fan configuration of the Noctua NH-C12P.



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