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Cooler Master V10

Cooler Master V10 is another new super-cooler that we have already tested just a little while back.

It comes bundled with everything necessary to be installed onto LGA1366 platform. Just attach the necessary retention to the base of the cooler…

… and tighten the screw-nuts at the bottom of the PCB over the backplate:

Cooler Master V10 fit into our new system case even without removing the casing. However, once the mainboard with Cooler Master V10 in it was put into our Antec Twelve Hundred system case, it was extremely hard to connect the 24-pin power cable, because this connect is located very close to the horizontal heatsink array of the V10 cooler:

Other than that there were no more problems of any kind during installation. Since we have already discussed Cooler Master V10 in detail in our previous review, there is nothing we could add at this point.

 
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