Cooler Master shows off a couple of cooling products and 80 Plus Gold power supplies back at CeBIT 2013. The cooling solutions includes 2 CPU coolers – Cooler Master TPC 612 and V8 GTS, and a 120mm fan called JetFlo 120. While the new line of power supply is the new Cooler Master V-Series 80 Plus Gold PSUs, composed of Three models – V700, V850 and V1000. More details below…
Cooler Master TPC 612
The TPC 612 is basically a compact version of the TPC 812, which I previously reviewed. The design and looks are the same, except that it is more compact. The TPC 612 still has the vapor-chamber feature, and makes use of Four heatpipes to transfer the head from the CPU to the aluminum fins.
The CM TPC 612 measures 145mm x 97mm x 161.6mm and weighs 640 grams. It comes with a 120mm PWM fan that is capable of up to 2,000 RPM and 82.9 CFM air flow. With regards to CPU socket compatibility, it is compatible with all modern socket types, perhaps including the upcoming socket 1150.
Cooler Master V8 GTS
The V8 GTS could be Cooler Master’s high end cpu cooler that will try to match with compact liquid cooling kits. The V8 GTS has three independent aluminum fin stack and is cooled by Two 140mm fans.
The V8 GTS measures 154mm x 149mm x 160mm and weighs 1,140 grams. That’s pretty heavy if you ask me. The two 140mm are PWM fans capable of up to 1,600 RPM and 82 CFM air flow.
Cooler Master JetFlo 120 Fan
Not much to say about the JetFlo 120 fan. It’s basically a 120mm PWM fan that is capable of spinning up to 2,000 RPM and can deliver up to 85 CFM air flow.
Cooler Master V-Series 80 Plus Gold PSUs
Cooler Master also showed a new lineup of power supply, featuring 80 Plus Gold certification. The CM V-Series includes V700 for 700W, V850 for 850W and V1000 for 1000W. All of the Three new PSUs are 80 Plus Gold certified, with efficiency rating from 87% up to 90%.
All the CM V-Series PSUs are fully modular, including the 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors can be removed. Below is a specification sheet for the V850.