It is well known that nowadays CPU coolers come in all shapes and sizes but today we are going to present you one of the largest and weirdest designs ever to hit the retail market. This CPU cooler is no other than the Prolimatech Genesis, a hybrid design of massive proportions combining a C-type
Prolimatech is a company offering a large variety of cooling-related products, with their focus being on high performance CPU coolers. Most of the CPU coolers that the company currently offers, from the slim Lynx to the enormous Megahalems Rev C, are being offered as stand-alone cooling bodies and the user is asked to purchase the
Wacky, high-end heatsink designer Prolimatech announced a new black variant of its Genesis CPU heatsink, famed for its asymmetric design. The new Black Series Genesis has been launched exclusively through a certain European retailer, and will be generally available soon.
CPU coolers come in all shapes and sizes. For the obvious reasons, here in VR-Zone we usually review cooler capable of delivering very high thermal performance and/or excellent acoustics. Today however we will have a look at the Samuel 17, a product from Prolimatech designed with a different purpose in mind; to be capable of
Undoubtedly Megahalems, the first CPU cooler which Prolimatech released in 2008, is largely responsible for the high reputation of the company among enthusiasts and their highly successful market penetration despite the steep competition. Today we are going to test and review the third revision of the Megahalems CPU cooler which, despite the virtually unchanged
It was only four years ago when Prolimatech was founded and the company initially offered only a single CPU cooler, the Megahalems. That single cooler however was good enough to make Prolimatech famous among enthusiast cycles and allow the company to establish a good foothold in the industry. Today we will examine and review
Taipei based cooling specialist, Prolimatech, is preparing to showcase the Genesis – its latest high-end CPU cooler, at CeBIT 2011. Measuring 146 X 216.5 X 160mm and weighing 800g, the massive cooler boasts six 6mm heatpipes, two aluminum heatsinks, and supports up to three 140mm/ 120mm spinners. Its low height and two heatsinks allow "high
Prolimatech has released the 140mm Vortex case fans.
Wider yet slimmer, will the successor to the highly popular Megahalems be able to pull an upset over Thermalright again? Will 140mm cooling reign supreme over 120mm?
Taipei based cooling specialist, Prolimatech, has announced the Super Mega CPU Cooler, targeting overclocking enthusiasts.
Taiwan based Prolimatech is readying its Samuel 17 Low Profile CPU Cooler for release. More…
Prolimatech Armageddon Taipei based Prolimatech is readying the Armageddon CPU cooler for release in March and HardwareBG had managed to grab a few pictures of the unannounced cooler. More details…
MK-13 Prolimatech, well-known for its Megahalems line of high performance CPU coolers, has released the MK-13 VGA cooler. Read more…