Ferrari 599 engine
Dissection of Coolermaster's new "V8" CPU Cooler
CPU Socket Intel Socket LGA1366
Intel Socket LGA775
AMD Socket (Socket 940/AM2/AM2+)
CPU Support Intel: Core i7, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Extreme Ed., Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium D, Pentium 4 Extreme Ed., Pentium 4 HT, Pentium 4, Celeron Dual-Core, Celeron D
AMD:Phenom, Athlon 64 X2, Athlon X2, Sempron
Fan Control PWM + VR Controller
Rated Voltage 12V
Start Voltage 7V
Operating Voltage 10.38V - 13.2V
Rated Current 0.12A
Input Power 1.44W
Dimension 120 x 128 x 161.1mm
Heat Sink Material Copper Base / Aluminum Fins / 8 Heat Pipes
Heat Pipes Dimensions 6mm
Fan Dimension (W / H / D) 120 x 120 x 25mm
Fan Speed 800 - 1800RPM
Fan Airflow 69.69CFM
Air pressure (mmH2O) 2.94mm H2O
Bearing Type Rifle Bearing
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000hrs
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 17 - 21dBA
Fan Speed Adjustment Install on PCI Slot
The Coolermaster's V8 logo was GONE IN 60 SECONDS!
The center portion was replaced Round Modders Mesh
1/8 thick acrylic riser
manifold air intake hose made from plastic wire loom, heated and bent
roughly 3/16" tall manifolds made from modeling clay
Next up, making 12, intake pipes!
My "worm chorus line" is starting to morph in to intake pipes. The next step is applying more clay to join them to the manifolds. From there, acrylic primer, then a coat of silver "manifold" colored paint, then off to mnpctech's master painter, Brad Galvin to have intricate details like the Ferrari text on the red covers painted.
The pipes will be smoothed over with another application of clay.
A little more sanding, and it's ready for paint details :thumb:
Hand painting the intakes has commenced. Using custom vinyl film stencil made on plotter for "Ferrari"
I wonder if Coolermaster would recognize it?