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Prolimatech MegaShadow Detailed

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  1. btarunr

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    Prolimatech's popular Megahalems CPU cooler has a dark twin, the MegaShadow. The cooler follows a series of four other designs by the company that unveiled back in March. The MegaShadow really is a replica of Megahalems, albeit having black coloured fins and heat-pipes, to suite some users' aesthetic tastes. Measuring 130 x 74 x 158.7 mm (LxWxD), and equipped with six heatpipes that run through the entire length of the cooler, the MegaShadow is positioned as a high-end air-cooler for sockets LGA-1366, LGA-1156, and LGA-775. The kit bundles the necessary retention kit, and thermal compound although no fan 120 mm fan is bundled. It is expected to reach stores next month for $78~$80.

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    I might get this for my transformers barricade concept case, tho I haven't decided what case to go. <3 d transformers look-alike logo perfect for my case build sadly it doesn't include a 120mm fan and a little pricey it would be nice if they bundled a fan to justify the price.
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    Decepticon logo to be sure. Wish it had a retention kit for AM3 and the price is pretty nice seeing as it should go well head to head with the Domino ALC
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    that thing looks massive.
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    This heatsink in a Silverstone Raven would be epic. Completely over the top styling sure to turn any head at a LAN.
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    Beat me to it. The name even seems like a Decepticon *Megashadow*
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    They arent that bad, it takes up less room than say the Thors Hammer. They aren't all that much bigger than say a standard 1283.
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    I'm interested! Oh wait, there's no mounting for AMD. Customer lost.
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    Maybe AMD will get one with the Autobot-esk logo.
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    Would be nice, name it Optimus Prolime or something like that. I almost got me a Thors Hammer Peet, but I am running water and wanted to keep that going. Just need to get me some more tygon tubing so I can run a better loop and maybe some coil type stuff.

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