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Cooler Master TPC 612 and V8 GTS CPU Coolers, and JetFlo 120 Fans Pictured

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  1. btarunr

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    Cooler Master showed off a trio of air-cooling solutions at CeBIT, which includes the TPC 612 and V8 GTS CPU coolers, and JetFlo 120 case fans. The TPC 612 is a compacted version of the TPC 812. It retains the design concept of its older sibling, that of a heatpipe-fed aluminum fin stack that also uses a vapor-chamber tube for more efficient heat transfer; while using just four heat pipes, and a more compact vapor-chamber tube. Measuring 145 x 97 x 161.6 mm (WxDxH, including the fan), it weighs about 640 g. It uses a single 120 mm PWM fan that spins in the range of 600 to 2,000 RPM, pushing 24.9 to an impressive 82.9 CFM of air. The TPC 612 is compatible with all modern CPU socket types.

    Moving on, the V8 GTS is Cooler Master's latest monstrosity, one that is designed to take on pre-assembled closed-loop liquid CPU coolers. It uses a triple independent aluminum fin stack design, which is ventilated by a pair of 140 mm fans. An unknown (we're guessing six) number of 6 mm-thick nickel plated copper heat pipes convey heat from the base through the three fin stacks. Measuring a whopping 154 x 149 x 160 mm, it weighs 1,140 g. Each of its two 140 mm fans uses a 4-pin PWM connection, spins at 600 to 1,600 RPM, pushing 28 to 82 CFM of air. Lastly, Cooler Master showed off its JetFlo 120, a neat little 120 mm spinner featuring PWM, 800 to 2,000 RPM speed range, and up to 85 CFM air-flow.

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    Nice to see heatpipe caps showing up more.
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    Their V8 coolers are getting more and more ridiculous with the cosmetics :rolleyes:

    Still, I would have to admit that this new V8 would looks sick in a Dark Knight mod of some kind :p
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Hate the stupid plastic cosmetics on the V-series coolers from CM. I'ts just more junk on the cooler itself.
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    v8 looks too nerdy... these bits of cosmetic plastic only makes it heavier.
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    sorry guys, being from the US any thing with a V-8 attached to it appeals to me!!!

    with that being said, surprise, surprise

    I kinda like it........if it performs.....ill even buy it
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    It's huge! 2 140mm fans on a cpu cooler, wow that's big.
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    Their coolers historically have not been particularly efficient, effective coolers.
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    WTF! :eek:

    Looks like a Trane heatpump :rolleyes:
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    I think coolers are just going for looks these days. There's only so many ways you can build an efficient cooler. After that, it's all aesthetics.
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    How will these stack up against a Phanteks?
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    Jesus! Don't bump your case with that thing attached.
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    IMHO... those vapor-chamber or whatnot heatsinks looked pretty sweet... in some reviews... I hope they weren't just nonsense bought-out reviews. But either way, doesn't anyone rember the Atomic Radeon HD 4890 single-slot? That was pretty amazing... why isn't the CPU cooling market taking notce... or is it patented or something? Or a fluke?
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    You don't have to apologize for liking the cooler, everyone has their own opinion and we should all respect that. :cool:
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    The average consumer digs the plastic on the coolers and the fact it somewhat resembles a car engine rather than most of us tech heads who would rather go for something which cools our processors first with aesthetics being a bonus.
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    putting some style to cpu coolers!

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