Cooler Master V8 GTS Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅19-11-13
Packaging & First Look

V8 GTS arrives in a small but attractive box. There is a depiction of the CPU cooler along with the fundamental features whilst the technical specifications can be found on the sides.

Inside, the CPU cooler is very well packaged with polystyrene to protect it during transit and a container for all of the included accessories.

The packaging for V8 GTS

As with many other coolers which occupy the market at the moment, V8 GTS is a multi-socket CPU cooler and therefore comes with components for numerous socket types.

There is support for the following sockets:

• Intel: LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/1150/775
• AMD: FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2

Compatibility for lots of socket types

V8 GTS comes accompanied with two 140mm cooling fans. These fans are already attached to the heatsink with a plastic mounting system as opposed to fan clips.

Both 140mm cooling fans are LED ready, emitting a warm red glow when powered up and feature a nine-blade design. Being PWM enabled, these fans operate between 600-1600RPM and come with a y-cable to allow both fans to plug into a single fan header on the motherboard.

NOTE: Both fans use Cooler Master’s 4th generation Polyoxymethylene bearing

V8 GTS comes with two 140mm cooling fans

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