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Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B Red and Blue Launched

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  1. btarunr

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    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€.

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    Look nice. I like the red one.
    I guess they want to compete with Phanteks.
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    Wish they'd ditch the transformers crap.
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    At leases it doesn't stick-out too much :laugh:
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  5. Bunchies New Member

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    awwwww wheres the green one?
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    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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    i dunno its from brightness or something
    i just find that the color like dull, less sharp
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    How is this compared to the AIO coolers?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    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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    the red one might look nice with asus ROG mobo
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    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    but i have a friend who have a Outdated cooler's he get 63C 1.267V 4.5Ghz i5 2500K@ he want to change cooler to try to get 1.335V at 4.7Ghz lucky chip he got apparently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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    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... :)
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    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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    My favorite color is blue.
    No, yellooow!
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    My PII 945 OCed to 3.6 never goes above 40 with an h80. It is worthwhile, and quiet.
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    agreed. these heatsinks are the best.

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