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Cooler Master V8 GTS High Performance Universal CPU Cooler - $65 (+ $8 Delivery or Free Perth C&C) @ Vtechindustries.com.au


Hi Everyone

Today we are offering:

Cooler Master V8 GTS High Performance Universal CPU Cooler (Doesn't support new Ryzen AM4)

Perth customers can walk in and buy (no need to order online)

Perth Customers - Free pickup or $8 post
Rest of Australia - Around $14-$17 post, depending on postcode

PLEASE NOTE: Monday 6th March is a public holiday in WA, so orders will be dispatched on Tuesday 7th.

- We ship Australia Wide via Australia Post's eParcel service (Regular or Express) and provide tracking number
- Deliveries require signature on delivery, or if you miss delivery, it will be carded and returned to local PO for collection

- No surcharge for Credit Card or Paypal
- Payment via direct deposit is fine, email us online receipt/screenshot to speed up order processing

- Pickup from our Canning Vale warehouse in Perth is welcome.
- Once your order is ready for pickup we will notify you via email

- Best way to order is via our website, where you can select pickup or calculate delivery cost and pay online.
- If you're having trouble ordering through the website, you can email orders to [email protected]

- If you wish to order other items on the website - we recommend placing the order separately
- Any enquiries please email us at [email protected]

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  • +4 votes

    Is this a bolt on upgrade for my Integra? i have some radiator issues

  • +5 votes

    looks like a gonad protector for a transformer


        Off topic, but what is that blue Gigabyte branded heatsink looking thing?


          That'd be the motherboard heatsink.


          Southbridge heatsink

      • +2 votes

        And I thought my Hyper 212x was a ridiculous size…

  • +1 vote

    Good price, seems to be $85+ normally

    Not too many competitive high end air coolers around, Noctua start at $90, not worth the premium if you can get this for $65


      Phanteks are quality

    • +1 vote

      Phanteks and Cryorig produce better coolers than Noctua for the price. They may or may not be still better than this. (CM coolers are quite overrated IMO in this day and age)

      • +1 vote

        If only someone other than PCCG stocked them in Australia. Add shipping and things get murky.


    Does it support forced induction? Also will it void my insurance?

    • +1 vote

      Instant 5kW power gain.


    Hey rep. Got any unifi poe switch deals coming up?


      Hi mate, which model were you after, we may be doing another Ubiquiti deal on OZB soon.


        what would you recommend for a setup?

        Ubiquiti USG
        Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO
        Ubiquiti US-8-150W


        Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO vs UAP-AC-HD?

  • +2 votes

    Large passive coolers can cause clearance issues with taller ram chips so make sure you check your setup before ordering

    • +1 vote

      But this isn't a passive cooler. I don't understand your point.

      • +2 votes

        The point still stands even though it is not a passive cooler. They are big and care needs to be taken when installing as after you fit that, your ram might not fit anymore. RAM slots could sit too close to cooler.

        Better do your homework beforehand.

        • +3 votes

          That's why you should enter your components list into PCPartPicker to check for incompatibility, for any third party cooler, passive or active.


          @alvian: It's a good suggestion for sure, but I'm fairly sure the pcpartpicker compatibility filter doesnt check physical dimensions. Especially for things like height clearance of CPU coolers on particular motherboards. Most cooler manufacturers don't even list these specs.

          Here's a thread where a PCPP staff member confirms this: https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/36007-compatibility-fi...

          Again please let me know if you're having trouble understanding my point.. sometimes I don't express myself clearly. :)


        Oops my mistake! Thanks for pointing it out.

        Here's my point, reworded:
        Large CPU coolers can cause height clearance issues with taller ram chips so make sure you check your setup before ordering.

        If you still don't understand it let me know which words you're having trouble with and I'll try to explain in more detail. :)

  • -1 vote

    For some reason it looks like Halo 3: ODST, what is it ?


      As above, it's a transformer mirkin.


    Too late. Accidentally +.

    Big neg from me. V8 GTS is false advertising. I thought finally a deal for my car.

    Grrrrr damn you!!!!!