I was among a handful of beta testers selected to test Cooler Master's upcoming V10 Hybrid TEC cooler. We have been given the green light to post pics and some details so here I go.
Installation hardware is included for AMD, Intel LGA775 and 1366.
The TEC has a standard 4 pin molex power connector and draws 70 watts of power at full load. The overall weight is 1200g and dimensions are (L x W x H) 236.5 x 129.6 x 161.3mm. It has a copper base, aluminum fins and 10 heatpipes. I cannot divulge the price as I am still under the NDA for that.
The rear portion of the cooler hangs over the DIMM slots and users with certain brand of tall ram may experience issues like I did. The heatpipes go up at a slight angle so there is a bit more clearance at the outside slots. As you can see the OCZ Hyper X ram I own was much too tall and I had to swap it for some G Skill I had in reserve.
The alternative ram I had would not allow me to achieve a higher stable overclock no matter how many extra volts I tried. I did manage to boot into Windows at 3.6ghz, ran Prime 95 briefly and noted load temps of 60c. Windows then blue screened before I could take a screen shot.
By the way, you'll notice my 12v+ is shown as 10.91V. This seems to be a glitch with Everest as the true voltage is actually within specs.