Cooler Master, one of the leaders in many computer items, has announced its newest CPU cooler today: the V8 GTS. This cooler builds on the legacy of Cooler Master's V8 line, but takes it to a whole other level. It's built using Horizontal Vapor Chamber (HVC) Technology, which is the same thing used to keep video cards nice and cool. Cooler Master adapted it for use in a CPU cooler to dissipate high amounts of heat generated by the latest processors (up to 250W), as the Vapor Chamber features coolant to cycle between evaporation and precipitation. Three heat sinks and eight heatpipes make up the V8 GTS, with two 140mm fans to keep everything from overheating. It sounds massive, but it's been designed to allow for a wide range of memory compatibility since the two outter heat sinks are rotated 90 degrees. The whole thing mimics V8 engines you'd normally find in classic muscle cars, just now it's in your computer.
The Cooler Master V8 GTS arrives next month for $99.99.
Source: Cooler Master