Prolimatech Megahalem Review
Back in 2008 a group of very experienced engineers decided their current employer wasn't listen to them enough. They were so full of ideas and designs it was starting to get annoying making products that all look the same. Enough was enough, they packed their bags, emptied their office drawers and left, taking their ideas and designs with them. If ever Thermalright made a bad decision it had to letting these guys go.
The Prolimatech brand made waves with its first release not only looking better but outperforming what had been considered for so long to be the best cooler on the planet, the Thermalright T.R.U.E. Going from strength to strength we are happy to finally have our hands on some Prolimatech goodness, namely a Megahalem. A name that every enthusiast and overclocker alike has heard about.
So let's rock on in a shameless fashion and copy & paste some specifications in because I'm too lazy to write them.
- Minimal air resistance between fins allowing best balance between noise and performance in range of 800 1200RPM.
- Heatpipes are lined up in a straight line to prevent air back draft allowing air to easily pass through the heatsink body.
- Wide fins with mathematically calculated thickness to maximize best air-to-surface cooling rate.
- Uniquely designed, easy-to-install socket 775 and 1366 retention mechanism to increase cooling ability.
- Includes easy-to-apply high grade thermal compound, a perfect sidekick to all Prolimatech heatsinks.
|Heatsink Dimension||(L)130mm X (W)74mmX (H)158.7mm|
|Heatpipe||Ø 6mm X 6pcs|
|Suggest Fan||120mm X 120mm X25mm|
|Suggest Fan Speed||800~1200rpm|
|Suggest Noise Level (dBA)||Below 26dBA|
|Direction of heatsink||Faces the rear exhaust system fan|
Lets head over the page and get the box open!