Prolimatech Super Mega and Armageddon

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The Naked Coolers


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I know you all want naked pictures, so here they are.


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Here’s another naked pic, this time the Super Mega.


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Now for some serious business, though. The heatsinks always have a specific finish, which can be graded from not-at-all to mirror-like. The Armageddon heatsink qualifies for nearly-not-at-all, which is a shame since better finished heatsinks allow for better heat transfer which results in better cooling c.q. lower temperatures, hence why people ‘lap’ their CPU and heatsinks.


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The Super Mega heatsink isn’t a lot better, which is a shame since this cooler is supposed to replace one of the all-time best air coolers in CPU-cooling history, the Megahalem.


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As per comparison, take a look at the Scythe MUGEN heatsink, being at least four years older to date, still has a better finish.


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Comparing the actual heatsink sizes we can conclude that Prolimatech did a good job packing a lot of weight in a smaller sized Super Mega sink and squeezed their Megahalem model even more to produce the wide but thin Armageddon cooler.

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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