- Brand Name: Cooler Master
- Model Number: RR-V6GT-22PK-R1
- Color: One Color
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year
Cooler Master V6 GT - CPU Cooler with Two 120mm PWM Fans and 6 Heat Pipes (RR-V6GT-22PK-R1)
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- Densely stacked asymmetrical tilted aluminum fins for muscle cooling performance
- "Double-V" heatpipe array helps spread out the six heatpipes to fully utilize the cooling fins on the cooler. It also allows airflow to reach each individual heatpipe as opposed to traditional coolers
- Accelerating twin high-speed PWM fans with tool-free fan boxes deliver invincible cooling capability
- Engine oil cap controls the LED strip with color changing function
- DynaLoopTM Bearing Fan: Innovated self-lubricating bearing mechanism decreases oil-loss commonly seen on sleeve bearing fans. Evolutionary wave blade fan provides tremendous airflow with steady pressure
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From the Manufacturer
V6GT follows in the footsteps of the revolutionary V8 and V10 CPU coolers from Cooler Master. Designed with a muscular engine look, the V6GT fits nicely with any performance hardware. The V6GT also features new mechanical structure that includes: V-shaped heatpipe array, asymmetrical aluminum fins (which are densely stacked for optimal cooling), two 120mm silent fans with PWM speed control function and DynaLoop™ long life technology, snap-on cover to conveniently replace fan if needed.
- Densely stacked asymmetrical tilted aluminum fins for muscle cooling performance.
- "Double-V" heatpipe array helps spread out the six heatpipes to fully utilize the cooling fins on the cooler. It also allows airflow to reach each individual heatpipe as opposed to traditional coolers.
- Accelerating twin high-speed PWM fans with tool-free fan boxes deliver invincible cooling capability.
- Engine oil cap controls the LED strip with color changing function.
- DynaLoop™ Bearing Fan: Innovated self-lubricating bearing mechanism decreases oil-loss commonly seen on sleeve bearing fans. Evolutionary wave blade fan provides tremendous airflow with steady pressure.
- Snap-on cover to conveniently add a second fan if needed.
|CPU Socket||Intel Socket LGA1366 / 1156 / 775 |
AMD Socket AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / AM3+ / FM1 / FM2
|Dimension||131 x 120 x 165 mm |
5.2 x 4.7 x 6.5 inch
|Heat Sink Material||Copper base / Aluminum fins / 6 heatpipes|
|Heat Pipes Dimensions||Ø6 mm|
|Fan Dimension||120 x 120 x 25 mm |
4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inch
|Fan Speed||800- 2200 RPM (PWM)|
|Fan Airflow||34.02 - 93.74 CFM (per fan)|
|Fan Air Pressure||0.43 - 3.30 mmH2O (per fan)|
|Fan Life Expectancy||40,000 hrs/25 °C|
|Bearing Type||DynaLoop™ Bearing|
|Noise Level||15 ~ 38 dBA|
|Rated Voltage||12V DC|
|Start Voltage||6V DC|
|Operating Voltage||6 ~ 13.2V DC|
|Rated Current||0.45A (0.7A Max. per fan)|
|Input Power||5.4W (8.4W Max. per fan)|
Top Customer Reviews
Power for the LED is supplied via a Molex connector, both fans plug into a "Y" adapter to plug into the PWM as a single cable. One thing that would be wanted here is maybe some labeling or markings on the fans so you know which one is which. Although When I pulled the fans off for the first time I stuck a sticky note to each one with its direction and orientation written down.
Alright, here is the REAL information that you guys want.
Right now I am running a Q6600 Intel Core2Quad stock speed at 2.4ghz, with everything set to stock my idle temps are around 20-25 C. Full load- 30-40 c.
I went ahead and stepped my CPU up about 10% (2.4ghz->3.0Ghz) Idle temps changed to 24-35 and full load was about 45-55. Compared to the $20 cooler I had in there previously (idle 35-40, load 50-70-freeze) This is a MAJOR improvement, there may be a newer model of this out now, but I love this cooler. Aside from the fact that it looks pretty radical, it has a decent heft and weight. Do not be worried about your motherboard or the fact that you are hanging a massive box off your cpu slot as the mounting hardware keeps everything distributed and even. The parts supplied will fit a rather large range of CPU sockets from AMD to Intel (775 and up). I am glad I got this heatsink as I will be moving it up to when I upgrade my motherboard/cpu again here soon.Read more ›
Phenom II 965 BE 3.4ghz
2tb Sata III
1tb Sata II
500 Gb Sata II
600w Thermaltake TR2
Radeon 6870 1gb DDR5
Phenom II 965 BE 3.4 ghz overclocked to 3.9 ghz
same hard drives
800w CoolerMaster Silent Pro Gold
Radeon 6970 2 GB DDR5
Even with the increased hardware voltage and overclocked CPU my idle temps have decreased quite a bit. Idle: 27C Max Load: 35C but I have to add that I also have several fans in the case. CoolerMaster 922HAF: 3 200mm fans (front,top and side) and two 120mm fans ( bottom and back ) but adding the V6 GT brought my CPU temps down to match by system temps.
I have a friend who has an almost identical system and is OC'd to 3.8 using a Corsair H50 liquid cooler and is still reaching 40-45C on max load.
**Edit: I must add that you have to make sure this will fit in your board it is HUGE! The biggest complaint I have found is that depending on your board it may interfere with the closest ram slot.
P.S. I came across some review site where they test coolers, this one came out on top in stock form, then they took all the fans off and used 1 fan of the same brand to test the different coolers, and this one got a low score. Thats a silly review. Its designed to have the two fans it comes with, obviously, by the fact that it was the coolest in stock form. All in all though, it doesnt too much matter which of the name brand coolers you go with, they are all better than the stock fan when things start heating up.
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