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Tuesday, 08 December 2009 16:28

Prolimatech shows its first GPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Big and mighty MK-13


Well known
for its Megahalem coolers which were quite a surprise due to their remarkable performance, Prolimatech decided to venture into the GPU cooling market as well with its newest MK-13 heatsink.

Weighing in at 555g and measuring 205x43.5x99.87mm (WxHxD), the MK-13 is quite large and features no less that six 6mm copper heatpipes and a nickel plated copper base. The contacts are all soldered in order to have a maximum heat transfer,

It supports two 120mm (four if you are into some SLI or Crossfire fun) fans and can handle most, if not all, single GPU graphics cards thanks to its Omni-Mount Retention system.

It would be silly to even doubt the performance of it and compare it to reference cooling solution due to the sheer size of the MK-13. It is already available at Caseking.de with a €49.90 price tag.

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