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Cooler Master Hyper 6 (KHC-V81-U1)

Author: Jani 'Japala' Pönkkö
Published: 21.04.2004
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
Product group: Cooler

There have been quite many coolers utilizing heat pipe technology but only in smaller scale. Cooler Master have a long history with CPU coolers and they are one of the pioneering companies that introduced heat pipes to the coolers, such as HHC-L61. This time we will take a look at their latest innovation, the Hyper 6 (KHC-V81-U1) that includes six heat pipes. All-copper heatsink that should offer great cooling power for both Intel P4 and AMD's K8 CPUs.

Package


Package

Large product needs a large package and because of its weight, it is nice to see a handle on top of the colorfull cardboard box. Unit is well protected between thick layer of shock absorbing plastic. Shouldn't be that hard to spot this on the store shelf.


Box content

Enough with the box, we are more interested of the contents of it.

  • Hyper 6 heatsink
  • Adjustable speed transparent fan
  • Installation instruction sheet
  • Insulated Universal Back Plate
  • Universal Retention Module
  • 3.5" bay panel for fan speed pot (PCI back plate also included this is missing from the photo)
  • Two spring clips
  • Screws for both P4 and K8
  • Screws for fan
  • Thermal grease
  • Knob for the potentiometer
  • I like the Cooler Master's way of including two options to mount the potentiometer. Some of us like to install it to the front of the case for constant adjustment but there are users that prefer to leave it at the back of the case, not to be seen.



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