With Prolimatech’s exclusive Omni-Mount, you will no longer have to worry whether your heatsink is compatible with new or upcoming graphics cards!
By the end of January 2010, the well-known heatsink manufacturer Prolimatech will be releasing their first GPU cooler: the MK-13. This new product will incorporate their new universal GPU retention bracket which has been built with the consideration that as graphics card trends change, so do the mounting patterns for heatsinks. Because of this, in the past we have had to wait months before heatsink manufacturers brought out new versions of their coolers which supported the latest graphics cards.
Now, with their exclusive Omni-Mount retention bracket, Prolimatech allows customers to purchase an MK-13 with the confidence of knowing that it will be adaptable to future graphics cards. The design of the mounting system allows it to be easily interchanged with future retention brackets which will be made available from Prolimatech as new cards are released. However, as it is the MK-13 supports an almost abnormally long list of graphics cards spanning NVIDIA’s 6800, 7xxx, 8xxx, 9xxx, 200 and Quadro series along with ATI’s 1xxx, 2xxx, 3xxx, 4xxx and even the new 5000 series. Below we have a full technical brief showing some more details of the eagerly-anticipated cooler.
Pricing for the massive, quad 120mm fan-capable MK-13 should be around $60 USD when it is released.
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