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Prolimatech Super Mega CPU Cooler Review

Author: AkG
Date: November 2, 2010
Product Name: Prolimatech Super Mega CPU Cooler
Warranty: 1 yr.
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Dual Fan Performance Results




Once again the Super Mega is slightly better than the Megahalem Rev. B. Is it worth the asking price compared to the Megahalem? Only you can answer that one. With that being said, if performance is your main concern the Super Mega makes a VERY good argument in its favor considering it can do a good job with high, medium, low and even dual fan setups.


Effectiveness of the Increased Mounting Pressure



Well it seems that the added pressure does indeed work and work better than it does with the Ven X. It always was our firm belief that it wasn’t pressure keeping the Venomous X from “greatness” but its less than optimal design and this right here is proof of that. Over a full degree difference ion average is nothing to sneeze at, especially when you add in the already slightly improved results the Super Mega posts compared to the Megahalem’s numbers.
 
 
 

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