Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review :: CPU Cooler features

02-16-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Ben Sun
CPU Socket Intel Socket LGA775, AMD Socket
CPU Support Intel Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Extreme Edition, Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium D, Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, Pentium 4 HT, Pentium 4, Celeron Dual-Core, Celeron D, AMD Phenom, Athlon 64 X2, Athlon X2, Sempron
Dimensions 127.28x127.28x160mm
Material Copper base, Six heat-pipes, Aluminum fan
Weight 1045g (cooler)+116g (120mm fan)
Fan Dimension 120x120x25mm
Fan Speed 800-2200RPM
Fan Airflow 90 CFM
Fan Noise Level (dB) 17-21 dBA
Connector 4-pin (PWM Module)
Fan Speed Adjustment PWM
Operating Voltage 10.8-13.2V
Rated Current 0.35A
Input Power 4.2W

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Hyper Z600 CPU cooler

Hyper Z600 CPU cooler

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review CPU Cooler heatsink front

CPU Cooler heatsink front

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Bottom heatsink

Bottom heatsink

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Side view

Side view


The recent launch of the LGA-1366 CPU meant that a whole new class of CPU cooler needs to be made to support them. The Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition comes with a 6-heatpipe solution called the Hyper Z600 that does not support the new CPU socket as of yet. The cooler included with the package does support the various other CPU sockets on the market including the LGA-775, the Socket 940 and Socket 939 CPUs.


Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Side view

Side view

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Completed CPU cooler

Completed CPU cooler


The size of the CPU cooler is immense, with dimensions of 127.28mmx127.28mmx160mm. To put that into perspective this cooler is larger than most case cooling fans on every side (120mm). The size of the cooler may have issues with some motherboards that have unusual configurations but fit into the EVGA nForce 750i motherboard without problem.

The base of the cooler is a mirror-coated copper base. This should conduct heat well with the CPU as copper is one of the best conductive materials in the world. There are six heat pipes coming out of the base of the cooler into the heatsink forming an X shape. The fan speed is variable from 800-2200RPM, which is sufficient.