Prolimatech Super Mega CPU Cooler
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With Sandy Bridge just a couple of months away from replacing our test rigs, or at least most of them, i am really curious as to what kind of cooling solutions that socket will bring to the market. Certainly most of the current units in the market will come bundled with compatible brackets for the new socket upon its launch in early January and these companies will most likely make these brackets available for purchase in the case you already own their CPU cooler. Having said that our early Sandy Bridge samples will arrive by the end of November so we expect to have a look at both its final performance numbers and what kind of thermal output to expect. Leaving that subject our todays review is focused on the latest Prolimatech CPU Cooler, the Super Mega.
Prolimatech, founded in 2008 is headquartered in Taiwan, led by a team of dedicated experts with 22 years of accumulated experience in the field of computer thermal solutions. Prolimatech stands for Professionalism exceeding beyond all Limits. We are here to challenge any limits that stand in our way to achieve what was thought to be impossible. Prolimatech incorporates integration of the aerospace resource-saving technology and advanced heat conduction technology to create the best heat absorption and dissipation solutions while pertaining to the science of aesthetics. Our never-ending quest is to satisfy every computer overclocker's and every enthusiast's needs for high quality and performance oriented thermal solutions for their high-end computer components.
At first glance the Prolimatech Super Mega looks like nothing more than a revamped version of the original award winning Megahalems and Prolimatech is not hiding that, in fact they are even stating it on both their package and in their website. However after looking at the detailed specifications of the unit we find that there are quite a few differences between the original Megahalems and the Super Mega such as the ability to use either 120mm or 140mm fans, the included black screws which allow for more pressure between the CPU and the Heatsink and their difference in weight with the Super Mega weighing almost 160g over the Megahalems. The only question right now is if these improvements are sufficient enough to place the Super Mega above the original Megahalems.