Monday, December 7th 2009

Prolimatech Unveils MK-13 Multi-VGA Cooler

Prolimatech, of the Megahalems CPU cooler fame, is ready with its first high-performance VGA air-cooler, the Prolimatech MK-13. The cooler boasts of a special OmniMount Retention system, that makes it compatible with all modern single-GPU graphics cards, including those from ATI Radeon HD 5000 series, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 200 series. Other series include GeForce 6 series ~ 9 series and GTS/GT/G 200, and Radeon X1000 series upward. This mechanism, the company claims, provides future-proofing.

The cooler consists of a nickel-plated copper GPU contact block from which six nickel-plated copper heatpipes arise, conveying heat to a densely-packet aluminum fin array. This array is designed such that it can hold four 120 mm fans despite there being low clearance between it and the card's PCB (enough room for memory and VRM heatsinks). Two of these fans attach along top of the array, with two on the sides (bridging two neighbouring VGA cards installed with the same cooler). The main heatsink measures 205 x 99.87 x 43.5 mm, weighing 555 g. The kit includes three different kinds of heatsinks for other components of the card, the necessary fittings, and a syringe of Prolimatech thermal compound. It is priced at 49.9 EUR.
More pictures after the page-break.


Source: Case and Cooling.fr
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36 Comments on Prolimatech Unveils MK-13 Multi-VGA Cooler

#1
OnBoard
by: Bjorn_Of_Iceland

That long bar thingy beside the sink.. is that a PCB brace? because if it is, then we a have a win.
Nope, it's the fan mount.
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
by: PP Mguire
Exactly what i was thinking. People going crazy over a product already out there :roll::roll:
This one looks more future proof also you can fit 2 120mm fans to it too. Some nice clearance under it
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#3
pantherx12
by: PP Mguire
Exactly what i was thinking. People going crazy over a product already out there :roll::roll:
Completely different design.

Its a rip of of the T-rad by thermal right silly! :laugh:
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#4
gvblake22
HOLY $H!T, I think I'm in love! :respect:

EDIT:
Just noticed that Prolimatech doesn't even have this listed on their website yet...
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#5
kylzer
Whens this out btw ?
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#7
PP Mguire
by: pantherx12
Completely different design.

Its a rip of of the T-rad by thermal right silly! :laugh:
:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::o

Thats what i meant :laugh:
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#8
Tartaros
this baby without fans + 5750 green = some serious badass passive vga :D

I was looking for the card to replace my 4350 in the secondary rig to play wow and this combo seems to be a good candidate. Yup.
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#9
adam99leit
im gonna pick up 2 of these for my crossfire 5770s and im gonna try that in cased fan look 4 120mm fans if that dont cool them nothing will

i dont have a extra slot between the cards so having this cooler and side fans should keep lower temps and quiet to :toast:
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#10
adam99leit
by: pantherx12
Completely different design.

Its a rip of of the T-rad by thermal right silly! :laugh:
T-rad is dual 92mm fans this is dual 120mm fans also t-rad is single slot cooler (without fans)
this is dual slot cooler (without fans) i had the t-rad 2 and it was great so this should do even a lot better
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