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Cooler Master V10 cpu cooler review - Testing
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Sunday, 26 April 2009 21:10
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Article Index
Cooler Master V10 cpu cooler review
Features and specifications
TEC technology
Packaging
Closer look- Part 1
Closer look - Part 2
Closer look - Part 3
Closer look - Part 4
Installation
After installation
Testing
Conclusion
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Testing will be done using both real and synthetic tests, because this is not an ordinary cooler and I want to find out if it better than the other top coolers. For real testing I will use my system, and for synthetic test I will use stable thermal loads of 45.6,136.8,168 and 230 watts.Test are done under the same room temperature, and using Noctua NT-H1 thermal paste.Fans used are the same as the V10's.For

 

 

 

For comparison I used:

  • Cooler Master V8(Single fan)
  • Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme(Push-pull fans)

 

For real test system used was:

  1. Intel Core 2 Duo This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  2. Asus Striker Extreme
  3. MSI Gtx 260
  4. Seasonic M12D 850w 

Here we can see the results!

 

 

 

 

Very interesting, at idle difference is really small. But at load the TEC is activated and V10 outperforms both V8 and Ultra 120 Ex.

 

In order to have more accurate results let's see what synthetic tests showed!

 

 

 

Again we can notice the same thing, at low thermal loads there are no big differences.But at higher thermal loads TEC is activated and again V10 has very lower temps!

 

 



Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 August 2009 18:33
 

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