Shannon Kelly

Original version V8 and Skylake?

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I have the original V8 Cooler which is not considered a 'current model'.   But the specs indicate compatibility with LGA1150 - and Cooler master implies that if a cooler has 1150 compatibility it will also have 115X compatibility - so that includes skylake.

 

So is my V8 compatible with LGA 1151?

 

 

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Sunday Morning    177

Hi Shannon

 

Here New from Cooler Master Website : 2015.07.21Cooler Master announces Intel® Skylake ready CPU Coolers

 

For more Detail you can visit Our Official Website Site : http://www.coolermaster.com/company/newsDetail-M1507210001dcf7-20150721.html?page=1

 

pls check our old thread as below

 

http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/14492-v8-gts-is-recommended-for-intel-skylake-or-could-damage-it/?hl=skylake

 

http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/13636-cpu-coolers-for-socket-1151/?hl=%2B1151+%2Bsocket

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Gabo033    0

Hi, I also have de older version of the Cooler Master V8 and I want to kown if a i7 6700k Skylake can get damaged from Cooler mounting pressure. I have a Gigabyte z170x gaming 3. Thanks

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Sunday Morning    177
11 hours ago, Gabo033 said:

Hi, I also have de older version of the Cooler Master V8 and I want to kown if a i7 6700k Skylake can get damaged from Cooler mounting pressure. I have a Gigabyte z170x gaming 3. Thanks

 

Hi Gabo033

 

Welcome to CM forum

 

You can read this : Skylake CPU can get damaged from Cooler mounting pressure and try read statement from Cooler Master

 

Hope this can help

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