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Old 16th March 2009, 17:36   #1
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Default Cooler Master V10 Hybrid Heatpipe/T.E.C. CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master's V10 is impressive in many respects. Size and stature are reassuringly large, but fitment may be an issue for some motherboards and cases. The engineering innovation and design are quite nice, as is the fit and finish. Unfortunately, the high cost and potentially troublesome installation leave something to be desired. Frankly, there are better performing coolers out there that are half the price, easier to install and perform just as well.

http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/coo...er_v10_review/
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Estimated power consumption???
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whatever the tec is rated at
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Yeah 70W (MAX), but nothing confirmed by the reviewer.
Could as well be 40W.
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decent review: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...aster-v10.html

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As you can see, Peltier module allows Cooler Master V10 to improve CPU cooling by 4-6C under maximum workload, which doesn’t justify the use of a TEC unit, in my opinion. According to the readings from Zalman ZM-MFC2, TEC consumes about 76 W of power.
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