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Cooler Master is taking cooling technology to the next level. The innovative V10 monster generates more than 200 watts of cooling power. It is the most heavy duty machine that overpowers any competition in the market.

On top of its rugged industrial design, V10 Cooler comes with remarkable and powerful features. For heat dissipation V10 is a smart 200+W cooling solution, which is modularized by 3 separate sets of aluminium fins (2 vertical & 1 horizontal), linked by ten 6mm heat pipes. The structural design of V10 allows for speedy heat transfer from its mirror-finished base to a large heat dissipation surface.

Model RR-B2P-UV10-GP
CPU Socket Intel Socket:
LGA1366 / LGA1156 / LGA1155 / LGA1150 / LGA775 *

AMD Socket:
FM2 / FM1 / AM3+ / 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

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 (L) 9.32 x (W) 5.11 x (H) 6.36 inches
(L) 236.5 x (W) 129.6 x (H) 161.3 mm
Weight 2.65 lbs
Heat Sink Material Cu base, AL fin, 10 heatpipes
Heat Pipes Dimensions 6mm
Fan Dimension (L) 4.73 x (W) 1.00 x (H) 4.73 inches
(L) 120 x (W) 25 x (H) 120 mm
Fan Speed 800~2400 R.P.M
Fan Airflow 90 CFM (max)
Fan Air Pressure 2.94mm-H2O
Bearing Type Rifle Bearing
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000 hours @ 25 ℃
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 17 dB-A (min) dBA Reference
Connector 4-Pin
Fan Control PWM
Operation Temperature 25 ~ 70 ℃
Power 70W (max)
Rated Current 9.8A (max)
Maximum TDP 230W
UPC Code 884102003295
Compatibility will not work with tall memory sticks (maximum height 40mm)
Notice * Supplied accessories may differ by country or area. Please check with your local distributor for further details.
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      HardwareSecrets: Golden Award
      hardwaresecrets.com : August 2009

      "Compared to the coolers we tested to date it performs far better, keeping the CPU core about 12 oC colder that our best result until now. Its noise is almost inaudible when the CPU is idle and under full load it is still under comfortable limits."

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      Techtalkradio.com : July 2009

      "Keeping your Computer Desktop and Laptop system running efficiently with proper methods for cooling. We look at the Cooler Master Notepal X1 pad for cooling your laptop with a 120mm integrated fan. We also feature the Cooler Master V10 CPU cooler for maximum cooling with intelligent hybrid technology for cooling"

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      PCWizKid: Recommended
      pcwizkidstechtalk.com : June 2009

      "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."

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      Testfreaks.com:  9 out of 10
      testfreaks.com : May 2009

      "The Cooler Master V10 is a great CPU cooler overall, it will do well at keeping your CPU and ram cool even in the hottest of environments and loads."

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      Hi-techreviews - Editors Choice
      hi-techreviews.com : May 2009

      "[With] a price tag of about one hundred and forty dollars the [Cooler Master V10] is not a cheap cooler by any stretch of the imagination, but stop and think of what you are getting for your money and it turns out to be not that expensive overall."

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      3dgameman - 100% KICKASS
      3dgameman.com : April 2009

      "The Cooler Master V10 Cooler is one of the best air coolers on the market and comes close in performance to water cooling"

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      Thinkcomputers.org 9/10
      thinkcomputers.org : April 2009

      "Overall the Cooler Master V10 is a very nice cooler. It supplies a decent amount of cooling not only for the CPU, but for other surrounding components."

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      Techgage rating of 9
      Techgage.com : April 2009

      "When all was said and done, the results did all the talking. Not only was I able to over-clock effectively, I was able to push harder than ever before without resorting to more exotic and riskier methods of cooling. Having the ability to keep a Quad-Core processor under control at 4GHz is no easy feat, yet the V10 passed with flying colors. Noise levels were also well within reasonable limits."

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      V-hideout: Approved & Recommended
      virtual-hideout.net : April 2009

      This is one of the few occasions where the inclusion of a TEC is beneficial, which may largely be due to a rare case of size equating to power. In effect, CoolerMaster has employed designers that understand that the extra current provided for the TEC must also be dissipated, which results in many coolers with less power than they could have started with. But, I digress. Apart from the strangely disappointing performance on the i7 platform (and inexplicable too), this cooler did absolutely and undeniably fantastic on the socket 775 platform, easily outperforming a few entry level watercooling kits, too. That just leaves one thing to be said - this is Extreme Air cooling, and I can't help but recommend it.

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      examiner.com : April 2009

      These results came as quite a surprise to me. I was expecting the watercooling setup to absolutely blow away the V10. That couldn't be further from the truth. This shows you that there is a solid option for cooling if you're not ready to step into the watercooling arena. I took the leap because my previous system sounded like a jet. On that note, my ears were pleased by the noise levels of both the watercooling and Coolermaster V10 systems. I don't have a device to measure the decibel levels, but my trusty ol' ears found no significant difference. In all this was an enlightening experience. I learned how to watercool a processor and what a high quality thermal electric cooler can do.

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      Legitreviews.com Editors Choice
      legitreviews.com : April 2009

      In the PC industry and especially in the enthusiast space, knocking off the top dog takes a lot of engineering work. To say that the Cooler Master V10 is the king of air coolers is to forget that it is a hybrid. The V10 works great and cools great, as we have seen thanks to the 70w TEC. The additional cooling provided to the other components can be tough to measure, but using the ever scientific finger test, we could easily feel a difference at the Northbridge of both the Gigabyte and ASUS boards. Memory in each system was also a bit cooler. With this in mind you could say that the V10 is more than just a CPU cooler and helps keep the most critical components cooler than more traditional heat sinks. This also makes it easier for most of us to justify the additional price over another CPU cooler.

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      Bjorn3d: Seal of Approval
      bjorn3d.com : March 2009

      "The Cooler Master V10 certainly feels like the ultimate cooler. I am interested in seeing if Cooler Master attempts to beat the V10 performance with the upcoming V12. At this pace, Cooler Master will be ranked amongst Thermaltake and Thermalright in terms of good quality coolers. In every field, the V10 has excelled to become a cooler of legendary proportions and will continue to lead the air cooler pack for years to come."

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      lanoc.org : March 2009

      "Once the TEC cooler on the V10 kicks in it’s all over. The performance of the V10 is outstanding even when being compared to the great performance of the V8."

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      Hardwarecanucks: Dam Innovative
      Hardwarecanucks.com : March 2009

      "To us the V10 is simply the best there is, provided you have the heat to properly activate the TEC unit that is. If Cooler Master can ever tweak this unit to allow it to reach its full potential on lesser TDP systems (like an overclocked Q6600 for example) then this really would become the King of Air Coolers…even if has to “cheat” with a TEC to do it. As it stands and for its interesting first take in Hybrid Cooling we are proud to present the Cooler Master V10 with our Dam Innovative award."

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      Bright Hub 2 thumbs up
      Brighthub.com : February 2009

      \"I thought it\'s probably a CPU cooler that will be somewhat better then the stock CPU cooler. A few degrees difference and that\'s it. But wow, this piece of premium hardware blew me away. At the moment I am testing water cooling systems for a future article. The V10 CPU cooler out performs all of them. A water cooling system attempts to lower the temperature by running water over a CPU block. Then it runs the water through a radiator which lowers the temperature. I was amazed when I saw the results. I did additional tests which all turn out the same averages. The fans are rpm controlled. But even at full load the fans where barely noticeable. Of course this might also be because of the excellent isolation of the Cosmos case.\"

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      Xcpus: Gold
      Xcpus.com : February 2009

      "It is clear from our testing that the V10 lives up to the legendary status of the V8 from Cooler Master.  Not only does it live up to the hype, but it crushes the competition.  The V10 cools well enough to give the best water cooled setups a run for their money.  You can have the V10 for $139.99 from Newegg and for much cheaper if you look around. If you were thinking of using a water cooled setup for your new Core i7 CPU, you would need to spend at least double the cost of the V10 in order to get better performance.  The V10, while a bit pricey, is a perfect replacement for your existing air cooler and much cheaper and safer than a water cooling solution."

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      OCC Gold
      overclockersclub.com : February 2009

      "The Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler is a very unique cooler in a few different aspects. The first being the actual design of the cooler with the second being the integrated TEC installed on the back of the cooler. When I first took a look at the V10, I was impressed with its size and the actual feel of the cooler, it is large enough to cover the processor as well as have enough room to cover the memory modules you have installed on your board, or it could cover your North Bridge depending on which way you wanted to position it."

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      PureoOverclock: Great Review
      Pureoverclock.com : February 2009

      "From a performance perspective, the results are somewhat bipolar; on one hand, the V10 posts some excellent temperature results, beating a top HDT air cooler, though not by much. From a purely numbers standpoint, the V10’s performance is very good. However, on the other hand, the TEC unit does not make a significant difference in lowering temperatures, only aiding the drop by about 3 degrees Celcius on a hot Quad Core CPU. The margin of improvement is not surprising given the size of the Peltier, but a 3 degree Celcius improvement is very respectable on a highly overclocked Core i7 that outputs a tremendous amount of heat..."

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      OCIA - Approved
      ocia.net : February 2009

      "Temperatures with the V10 were quite good, equaling in fact the results I'm used to seeing with my Swiftech water cooling system. Load temperatures were the most impressive, not going above mid-40's even with 1.5v applied to the CPU.


      When it came to performance, the V10 is almost assuredly the best air cooler I've tested to date. With temps rivaling those of a decent water-cooled setup, the Cooler Master V10 handled anything I threw at it with ease."

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      Pro-Clockers: Editors Choice
      pro-clockers.com : February 2009

      Coolermaster combined two technologies, thermal electric cooling and heat pipes, to give us a great cooler. But there were two other reasons I liked the V10. The first is Coolermaster was able to keep the cooler reasonable quiet at full speed. I am not saying you can't hear the fan at full blast but it is not loud at all. The second reason I am a believer is because the peltier did not require a dedicated power supply like some units have in the past. The V10 drew only a small amount from our system's power supply.

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      Xtremesystems.org : February 2009

      "This will definitely be aimed at the enthusiast and gamer wanting to increase performance of their system through over clocking and not by spending huge amounts on new hardware. I definitely believe that Cooler Master will succeed at this and capture a huge chunk of the quad core market with more and more people moving to more powerful hotter processors and wanting adequate cooling for their investments......Overall the Cooler Master V10 gets 9.2 out of 10 Frags Overall Making it Clan Team Xtreme Approved"

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