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Old December 7, 2009, 10:39 AM
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Default Prolimatech MK-13 - A True Universal GPU Cooler

Prolimatech has in the past introduced some revolutionary designs when it comes to aftermarket cooling. To help keep their name at the top, the MK-13has beenunveiledandpromises to keep even the hottest running GPU's in check. VGA cooling is a very real and important aspect of modern computer life. With GPU cores running hotter along with memory an... [ Read full article ]

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Old December 7, 2009, 12:23 PM
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I want one already. Looks awesome.
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Probably should be noted that this is a triple-slot setup, so probably not ideal for Xfire/SLI setups. The TRad2 can do dual-slot alternatively, but probably doesn't perform as well as this one will.
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It better frikking perform for 49 euros, that's about $75. Without fans.
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If it's as well designed as their CPU cooler, it could become the megalahems of GPU coolers.
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It look awesome. The only problem is the size. It's sure I will order it only because I can't resist but It will be fited on a second PCI-e or a cross-fire setup will be impossible. It's nice to see what Thermalright Ex designer can do. If they can overpass them, I will buy.
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are we gonna see a review on this bad boy?
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Definitely for single GPU setups. With the cards out these days we don't really need dual card setups anymore. This cooler would be perfect.
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Definitely for single GPU setups. With the cards out these days we don't really need dual card setups anymore. This cooler would be perfect.

Exactly. This looks amazing, and I hope it performs amazing. I'll prolly throw this on my 5870 as soon as I can. Hopefully its worth the investment..... Is there a review coming? that will make the purchase decision much easier for myself and other 5series users.
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Yikes. Looks like it could handle low/mid range cards passively.
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