Despite the widespread availability of self-contained liquid cooling solutions, the price/performance crown still belongs to large tower air-cooling heat sinks. Each solution has its own pros and cons: Large CPU coolers often block motherboard components, making it difficult to work inside unless the heatsink is removed. Self-contained liquid cooling systems take up less space above the CPU area, but often provide less efficient thermal dissipation. Air-cooled CPU heatsinks take the crown, once you factor in the fact that for the same price as an average self-contained water cooling solution, you can get a high end tower-style heatsink that dumps less hot air inside your case.
Cooler Master is best known for producing award winning cases that fit in various price points. These cases are not only designed to look good, but also have features and performance that are enthusiast-friendly. This approach to case design is now being applied to aftermarket cooling with Cooler Master’s V-series, a line of air cooling solutions for overclockers and high-performance enthusiasts.
The Cooler Master V6 is a massive heatsink system designed to look like a big block engine and dissipate large amounts of heat. The Cooler Master V6 is also part of Cooler Master’s V-series, with the V8, V10 and the V6GT designed with high-performance and overclocked CPUs in mind. With six copper base heat pipes arranged in a revolutionary new “V”-array arrangement, the Cooler Master V6 can spread out heat much more efficiently across the fins, resulting in lower overall temperatures. You can rev up your CPU to your heart's content as the Cooler Master V6 can handle up to 200w and is compatible with the latest Intel and AMD processors.