Cooler Master V6 GT CPU Cooler

In this Cooler Master V6 GT review, we will examine how the highly efficient CPU cooler operates in extreme temperature conditions when compared to the stock AMD AM2 heat sink provided with the AMD Phenom II x4 965 processor. The CPU cooler has a muscular engine look with thick copper heat pipes feeding into a rugged fan box with an attractive V6 logo resting on top.

Evercool Transformer 4 CPU Cooler

We test as many CPU coolers as we can because you just can’t ever have enough cooling in any system. So today we are testing the Evercool Transformer 4 CPU cooler on our brand new rig to see how it cools that. This CPU cooler has four heat-pipes with large aluminum fins to cool effectively. We will not be able to compare the results of the results from this test with our previous CPU cooler tests because of our new test system.

Cooler Master Vortex Plus CPU Cooler

Keeping your system cool is an important aspect of getting the maximum life out of your PC therefore a CPU cooler plays major part of your overall cooling solution. Last time we tested the Spire TherMax Eclipse cooler and got some good results. Today we will be testing the Cooler Master Vortex Plus CPU cooler. The Vortex Plus can be used with the following CPU Sockets Intel Socket LGA 1366 /1156 / 755, or AMD Socket AM3 /AM2 /940 /939 /754. It’s height of 3.3 inches allows it to fit in my case without taking up much room, but I found the installation manual a bit confusing and it took some time to figure out how to properly install the cooler.

Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler

Heat is any CPU’s worst enemy and to fight off heat you need the best CPU cooler that money can buy. Without any kind of cooling, you would fry the CPU and/or motherboard to a crisp. The Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler is one that is compatible with most CPU socket types (AMD and Intel) available today. It can use up to two cooling fans for extreme cooling but can also be used without any fans at all.