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Tuesday, 25 August 2009 15:30

Prolimatech's MegaShadow detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Megahalem's dark twin

Prolimatech, the CPU cooler manufacturer known for its close cooperation with DFI, is working on a new CPU cooler, the MegaShadow. Despite the new name, this cooler is basically a Megahalem but in a different color and with support for LGA-1366, LGA-1156 and of course, LGA-775 sockets.

The MegaShadow is identical to the Megahalem and has the same 130 x 74 x 158.7 (HxWxD) dimensions and features a dual six heatpipe design. The Megahalem got a lot of attention back when it was launched and was marked as a great CPU heatsink for the enthusiast market. Due to the fact that it ships without the 120mm fan, gives enthusiasts an option to choose one for their own needs.

The new MegaShadow isn't an exception either and the only thing that you recieve in a bundle is a retention kit, thermal compound and of course the heatsink. It should reach stores sometimes during next month and should have a price tag of around US $80. You can find more pictures over at Expreview.com.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 26 August 2009 10:56

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