Thursday, July 7th 2011

Prolimatech Designs Camouflage Series Heatsinks to Complement ASUS TUF Sabertooth

In late June, Prolimatech unveiled its latest variant of the Megahalems heatsink, the Black Edition, which has a grainy matte surface that is designed to radiate heat better than the smooth piano-black fins on the Super Mega (an older black-colored Megahalems variant). Now, Prolimatech is taking it further with the Camouflage series of heatsinks based on the Megahalems and Genesis heatsink designs. The two feature fin stacks that are mostly black, but with a dash of pale green that blends perfectly with the color of chipset and VRM heatsinks on ASUS TUF Sabertooth series motherboards.

Both heatsinks feature fins with matte surfaces. The Megahalems Camouflage is an aluminum fin dual-stack tower-type heatsink. Six nickel-plated copper heat pipes pass through the base, making a U-shape. On each of the two arms of the "U", is an independent stack of fins. Some of the upper fins have a dash of the pale green color. The Genesis Camouflage has a unique heatsink design in which six heat pipes that pass through the base convey heat to two differently oriented aluminum fin stacks: one propagates perpendicular to the plane of the motherboard, the other parallel to it, hovering over the memory area. Pricing and availability details are not known.

Source: Expreview
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25 Comments on Prolimatech Designs Camouflage Series Heatsinks to Complement ASUS TUF Sabertooth

#1
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Many Thanks to Maban for the tip.
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#2
Maban
If I had a Sabertooth motherboard, I would definitely consider breaking my rule and buy one of these based on its looks.
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#3
arterius2
omg this is so sexy I almost wet myself.

too bad the green would clash with my red Fatal1ty/Crosshair boards
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#4
micropage7
nice cooler. at the first time i guess its in marpat/digital pattern, but thats ok it has nice green
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#5
Fatal
Looks fantastic, too bad I already have a decent cooler.
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#6
Chaitanya
We need some matching video cards and RAMs to match this board.
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#7
legends84
by: Chaitanya
We need some matching video cards and RAMs to match this board.
maybe G-Skill sniper will do... :laugh:
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#8
Hayder_Master
For 2nd cooler i thinK they can put another heat sink plate in thje middle like cooler master v10
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#9
caleb
Finally something that "fits" to rest.
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#10
Andrea deluxe
ahahahahhahahahaha

fantastic......

camouflage.... LOL
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#11
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Chaitanya
We need some matching video cards and RAMs to match this board.
by: legends84
maybe G-Skill sniper will do... :laugh:
And a reference GTX 590.
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#12
garyinhere
got the sabertooth and this would act look awesome
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#13
djisas
It would look at home in my mobo...
To bad it would hit the lateral fans in my case, the tower one at least...
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#14
Widjaja
ProlimaTech camouflage CPU coolers...for the guy who likes going commando...
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#16
KGB7
God damn it! And i just bought Asus Rog mobo!

Guess ill have to build another PC.
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#17
cadaveca
My name is Dave
ME please! Me Please! ASUS never sent me sabertooth P67...BASTIDS!!! Gonna have to buy my own? With this cooler, I definitely will!
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#18
mxjcmxjc
They need to do this with the ROG Series...I'd be all over dat.:D
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#19
djisas
So is asus and Prolimatech double their sales with matching coolers and mobos??
I would certainly buy the second one if it fits my case and get some matching fans, the closest i can think are Noctua's ones though...
Still it is overkill, my good old Zalman cnps9500 keeps my cpu under 40Âșc in idle with lowest speed and noise...
But for a 2500k if I ever buy one, it might be the perfect match...
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#20
HighEndToys
It looks retarded. Buy a proper case with a solid side panel to reduce EMI and you don't have to care what it looks like in there.
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#21
AsRock
TPU addict
by: HighEndToys
It looks retarded. Buy a proper case with a solid side panel to reduce EMI and you don't have to care what it looks like in there.
Thinking WTF my self too.. People going crazy on these forums ? lol

1st of how the hell can you say that's camo ?.
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#22
Batou1986
my question is how TUF are those heatsinks like if i droped my case off a 6" porch step i bet those things would either snap mounts or the board
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#23
Widjaja
by: Batou1986
my question is how TUF are those heatsinks like if i droped my case off a 6" porch step i bet those things would either snap mounts or the board
There was a stint of stupidly large CPU coolers released in the last six or so months.
Like the NoFen fanless CPU cooler, Scythe Susanoo and soon some more from noctuna if they decide to make their prototype coolers commercially available.
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#24
Krony
I have a Sabertooth X58 too and still have my old Megahalem in it's box. :P
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#25
Wile E
Power User
by: Maban
If I had a Sabertooth motherboard, I would definitely consider breaking my rule and buy one of these based on its looks.
I have to agree. That is a spectacular combo.

by: HighEndToys
It looks retarded. Buy a proper case with a solid side panel to reduce EMI and you don't have to care what it looks like in there.
Great idea, if you use a case. I don't. I use a tech bench.

Now, if I did choose to constrain myself to a case, I would agree with you.
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