Sunday, January 13th 2013

Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B Red and Blue Launched

It looks like Prolimatech finally got around to launching its blue Megahalems Rev. B. Pictured below are two new variants of the company's iconic product, decked in a deeper shade of blue than we saw last Computex, topped off with matte-black top-fins. The ends of the heat pipes feature metal caps compared to exposed tips with last year's prototype. Also pictured is a cherry-red variant of the same cooler. The two dual fin-stack anodized aluminum CPU coolers measure 130 x 158.7 x 74 mm, weighing 790 g. All current CPU socket types are supported. Prices start at 60€.
Source: FanlessTech
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15 Comments on Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B Red and Blue Launched

#1
natr0n
Look nice. I like the red one.
I guess they want to compete with Phanteks.
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#2
LAN_deRf_HA
Wish they'd ditch the transformers crap.
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#3
Zubasa
by: LAN_deRf_HA
Wish they'd ditch the transformers crap.
At leases it doesn't stick-out too much :laugh:
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#4
Bunchies
awwwww wheres the green one?
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#5
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Have they changed anything with these coolers other then colors and mounting solutions? Like make an updated version like a Megahalem 2 or something.
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#6
micropage7
i dunno its from brightness or something
i just find that the color like dull, less sharp
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#7
james888
How is this compared to the AIO coolers?
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#8
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: james888
How is this compared to the AIO coolers?
Well to give you a perspective, my 2500k never gets higher then 59c in Prime95 at a 4.5GHZ overclock with a Megahalem with Corsair SP120 fans in Push pull config.
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#9
renz496
the red one might look nice with asus ROG mobo
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#10
marcthpro
by: MxPhenom 216
Well to give you a perspective, my 2500k never gets higher then 59c in Prime95 at a 4.5GHZ overclock with a Megahalem with Corsair SP120 fans in Push pull config.
I have a Havik 140 Stock Fan and my 2500K @ 4.5Ghz 1.356V never exceed 55C inside a HAF 932 Stock fan cooled Id imagine temp if i changed all fan of my case and my heatsink for higher rpm fan

but i have a friend who have a Outdated cooler's he get 63C 1.267V 4.5Ghz i5 2500K@ he want to change cooler to try to get 1.335V at 4.7Ghz lucky chip he got apparently

I wonder if Rev Will Do Better Temp so yeah i guess ur coldish as well i guess with a MEegahalem REv B NOW In Optimus blue or Optimus RED ! if it would get Colder performance ;)
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#11
adulaamin
I like the red one... I hope these become available here... I'm not 100% confident using AIOs so that's why I'm still sticking with air cooling... :)
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#12
trt740
I have had this cooler since it was released, and in my opinion these are the gold standard for air cooling no matter what the color.
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#13
jihadjoe
by: Bunchies
awwwww wheres the green one?
My favorite color is blue.
No, yellooow!
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#14
3870x2
by: adulaamin
I like the red one... I hope these become available here... I'm not 100% confident using AIOs so that's why I'm still sticking with air cooling... :)
My PII 945 OCed to 3.6 never goes above 40 with an h80. It is worthwhile, and quiet.
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#15
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: trt740
I have had this cooler since it was released, and in my opinion these are the gold standard for air cooling no matter what the color.
agreed. these heatsinks are the best.
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