Thursday, April 17th 2014

Cyberpower Makes New V3 Voltair CPU Cooler Available in Custom-Built PCs

Cyberpower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and performance workstations, has entered into an agreement with V3 Components to be the exclusive distributor of V3 Components products in North America. V3 Components, based in Lomita, California is a new manufacturer of enthusiast level computer components. The company recently announced its first product, the V3 Voltair High Performance Thermoelectric CPU Cooler.

"We are very happy to have Cyberpower Inc. as the exclusive distributor of our products in North America. Cyberpower Inc. offers the logistics capacity and market reach to help make our products available to a much wider audience than we would be able to on our own," said Chuck Morris, Product Manager at V3 Components. "Cyberpower Inc. has successful partnerships among both etailers and the retail channel that it will use to offer V3 Components products to customers.

In addition to distributing products from V3 Components, Cyberpower Inc. will also be making the V3 Voltair CPU cooler available in their custom-built PCs. Said Eric Cheung, CEO of Cyberpower Inc., "This is the beginning of a strong partnership in which we can utilize the innovation of the V3 Components team and collaborate on future product innovations," Cheung said.

The V3 Voltair is a high performance air cooler that leverages active heat pump TEC technology to produce exceptional cooling ability. The cooler was designed to outperform similarly priced liquid cooling solutions while maximizing compatibility with as many hardware configurations as possible. Voltair is compatible with the latest CPU sockets from Intel and AMD. Its unique construction allows the use of oversized, high-performance memory sticks in enthusiast level systems. The cooler is easy to install and the fans can be adjusted based on acoustic preferences.

The V3 Voltair High Performance Thermoelectric CPU Cooler is available today in custom-built gaming PCs at www.Cyberpowerpc.com and will be launching at Newegg.com in the coming week. Widespread availability at other etail and retail outlets will follow.

V3 Components has several new products scheduled to launch in 2014, all of which will be distributed by Cyberpower Inc. All V3 Components are backed by a generous one year warranty and supported by award winning customer service and technical support representatives.
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10 Comments on Cyberpower Makes New V3 Voltair CPU Cooler Available in Custom-Built PCs

#1
micropage7

active heat pump TEC technology to produce exceptional cooling ability

i guess we need some review for this
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#2
emissary42
It reminds me quite a bit of the Macs Triumph Deluxe MA-7131-A and the likes.
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#3
RejZoR
Interesting, i wonder how it will perform.
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#4
urza26
Specs via Softpedia:
All in all, the V3 Voltair High Performance Thermoelectric CPU Cooler measures 170 mm x 120mm x 172mm / 6.69 x 4.72 x 6.77 inches and weighs 1.45 kilos / 3.2 pounds. The 120 mm fans have a speed of 800 to 1,800 RPM, an air flow of 116.43 CMH (68.57 CFM), a fan air pressure of 1.958mm H2O, and a MTBF 40,000 hours.
I reckon memory clearance might be problematic with this unit.
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#5
RejZoR
Only for RAM's with tall heatsinks.
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#6
brunello
by: btarunr

said Chuck Morris, Product Manager at V3 Components.
I guess that this heat-sink will kick ass!

terrible I know, sorry.... :roll:

anyway very interesting cooler[/quote]
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#8
BiggieShady
This is essentially 2 heatsinks, inner one with 2 pipes and the outer one with 4 pipes. Bases are stacked on top of each other, first is direct pipe contact and the second is thermoelectric Peltier element.
Everything seems fine for good thermal transfer except that thermal putty visible on this image between 2 bases.
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#9
Ed_1
by: BiggieShady
This is essentially 2 heatsinks, inner one with 2 pipes and the outer one with 4 pipes. Bases are stacked on top of each other, first is direct pipe contact and the second is thermoelectric Peltier element.
Everything seems fine for good thermal transfer except that thermal putty visible on this image between 2 bases.

I think that is the TEC your seeing there , its bad angle to see if there is to much paste .

The way they have it if the TEC goes bad the cooler still works as normal one and temps probably don't go to cold for condensation issues .
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