Cooler Master V6 GT
Robust, easily installed mounting solution.
PWM fans with Y adapter.
Rich feature set.
Dual Fan Solution.
Difficult mounting setup makes installation timely.
Fancy LED stuck on purple on the sample we received.
Possible memory slot clearing issues with some boards/memory modules.
Expensive enthusiast cooling solution.
By BCCHardware on January 18, 2011
The new V6 GT CPU cooler from Cooler Master is the first cooler we've had on our Intel i7 test system from Cooler Master and overall it scored very well in our testing. The V6 GT is following in the footsteps of other Cooler Master coolers such as...-
By TweakNews on December 09, 2010
As with the original V6, the Cooler Master V6 GT is a big, good looking cooler with a robust, easily installed mounting solution. The GT has much better cooling performance thanks to an additional fan and a very nice lighting feature that adds some...-
By Real World Labs on October 09, 2010
Ever since the V8 and V10 CPU Coolers Cooler Master has not introduced anything similar, performance-wise that is, and so i was really curious as to what the V6GT was capable of. Naturally since it has the number 6 indicating it is the...-
By UMLan on September 23, 2010
And so competition continues. If you looking for a high performance CPU cooler then you might just found your best option. Cooler Master V6GT has performed really good in our test environment with i5-655k Intel processor. Keeping temperatures low is...100
By techPowerUp! on September 23, 2010
Overall the Cooler Master V6GT is a pretty nice cooler. With features such as the unique "Double-V" heat-pipe array and tilted asymmetrical aluminum fins along with the included dual 120 mm fan setup with DynaLoop Bearing technology the entire setup...88
By PCWizKid's Tech Talk on September 05, 2010
The Cooler Master V6 GT truly looks great and performs better than expected with the extreme Intel Core i7 980X which we overclocked also. Its amazing what can be achieved by Air Cooling alone with the help of the dual 120mm fans and the V shape...-
By Techgage on September 01, 2010
At a retail price point of $70, Cooler Master has set the bar for mid-range priced cooling. When you compare it to the more expensive NH-D14 and various self-contained water cooling counterparts, it's hard to deny the appeal. This is definitely one...95
By Hardware Canucks on August 30, 2010
There is an old maxim that says quantity has a quality all of its own and in our opinion, the Cooler Master V6 GT personifies this. It isnt an absolutely massive heatsink of Noctua D14 stature nor is it a slim little thing like the...-
By Guru of 3D on August 25, 2010
The masters of cooling decided to freshen up their CPU cooling line and turn it up a notch. As such these rascals released a new CPU cooler that follows in the footsteps of the V8 and V10 CPU coolers from Cooler Master. The all new model comes with...-
By TechRadar on August 12, 2010
Cooler Master's V6 is named after the 'V' pattern of its six heat pipes, and follows on from the well-received V8 and V10 models. The arrangement is supposed to help spread the heat about better than other designs where the heat pipes are in...60