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Date: January 4th, 2011
Article by: Matt Lee (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: DeepCool
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES





The specifications for the V6000 list the standard details for dimensions, fan speed and noise, and even operational voltages; however, the list of applicable graphics cards this device will work with is lengthy.


Clearly this cooler's application is versatile. Most notably is support for the Nvidia GTX400 series and AMD's Radeon HD 5000 series. Also noted are the dual 92mm fans. These large fans spin at 1800rpm and are spec'd at just 25 decibels. We'll see if their design can keep up the high rotations while remaining quiet.

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION



The packaging comes in a simple labeled white box. The small cartoons across the bottom denote the V6000's key features: 6 Heat-pipes, all copper base, Big Airflow, Super Silent, De-Vibration, High Performance, and enthusiast appearance.



Opening the packaging the inner flap pulls up to reveal the multi-language specifications as well as a nice color coded mounting chart for the different mounting hole distances. Each mounting hole distance corresponds to a series of video cards.

 

 


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