|ProlimaTech Super Mega Heatsink Preview|
|News - Featured Website News|
|Written by Olin Coles|
|Saturday, 17 July 2010|
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First Look: ProlimaTech Super Mega
ProlimaTech's image has been built by the success of their unique cooling products, and at the center of each new heatsink is a novel approach to packaging. ProlimaTech uses a self-securing cardboard package for the Super Mega heatsink, which offers a small window view inside and some basic specification along the side. Let's take the ProlimaTech Super Mega out of the box, and take a closer look...
The ProlimaTech Super Mega clearly shares the Megahalems and Mega Shadow heatsink design, and presumably, the same cooling traits.
There are 45 aluminum plates stacked and pressed together on each side of the ProlimaTech Super Mega heatsink. The top fin pieces have been nickel plated and polished, and uses single-piece construction for each half.
Identical to the previous designs, the Super Mega shares the same in-line heat-pipe layout. The nickel-plated copper base has also been reused from the Megahalems design.
Six nickel-plated copper heat-pipe rods pass through the base, and extend to each separated halves of the cooler. All ProlimaTech heatsinks feature soldered heat-pipe rods into the base.
Please continue on as we detail the finer features in our next section...