Prolimatech Super Mega and Armageddon

Prolimatech Super Mega and Armageddon Review


This time we are going to take a look at serious air cooling. Prolimatech is known as a producer of high quality air coolers which stand the test against most concurrents. Today we are going to look at two of Prolimatech top air coolers, the thin but wide Armageddon and the proper and copper, Super Mega heatsinks. Both coolers will be matched against each other and valued for their respective prices and market position.

What does Prolimatech tell us about the two coolers?

Following the huge success of Megahalems comes the super edition, the SUPER MEGA!!It’s a hybrid of copper and aluminum for an unmatched level of performance while still keeping it under one kilogram. We have also included an option to install extra pounds of pressure for an even tighter contact between the heatsink base and the CPU.

Megahalems was Prolimatech’s first ever CPU heatsink and it quickly became the one to beat and paved the road for all others to follow. Months have passed and competition has once again heated up. One noticible thing is that size has become larger and larger in these heatsinks. This may not be practical as clearance becomes an issue.
With Armageddon, strap on a 14cm fan and let Prolimatech show you that brawn can overcome size. Time to rid of the playing yield. Armageddon!

According to Prolimatech, the Megahalem was the greatest cooler of all times and these coolers are even better! With such great promises, let’s quickly move on to the rest of the review.



Heatsink Dimension: (L)144mm (W)50mm (H)160.3mm
Heatsink Weight: 750g
Heatpipe Ø: 6mm 6pcs
Suggest Fan: 140mm 25mm
Direction of heatsink: Faces the rear exhaust system fan
CPU Platform: Intel Socket LGA 775/1156/1366

Super Mega

Heatsink Dimension: (L)130mm (W)74mm (H)158.7mm
Heatsink Weight: 945.3g
Heatpipe Ø: 6mm X 6pcs
Suggest Fan: 120mm 25mm, 140mm 25mm
CPU Platform: Intel Socket LGA 775/1156/1366

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