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Prolimatech Armageddon

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Posted April 22, 2010 by Jake in Cooling

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Introduction

A quest for better air cooling for our processors, and the resulting increased overclocks, is likely relentless for some people. Extracting peak results from a CPU cooler that won’t break the bank is probably a common goal, and manufacturers know this, pushing technology forward with new designs. Prolimatech is one such company that made quite a splash in enthusiast circles with their Megahalems heatsink, a product that shot to the top of the performance charts.

As times change and technology advances, so must the products, and Prolimatech has released their latest CPU heatsink, the Armageddon, for the Intel sockets. The major advancement change here is that the Armageddon is designed for 140mm fans, not the typical 120mm ones, perhaps bringing greater cooling efficiency to a demanding marketplace.

Today we are looking closely at the Prolimatech Armageddon to see if it can continue to build upon its predecessor’s success. Can the Armageddon beat the Megahalems and rise to the top of the performance charts? Let’s find out.

Our thanks go to our friends at Prolimatech for supplying the review sample.

"Prolimatech, founded in 2008 is headquartered in Taiwan, led by a team of dedicated experts with 22 years of accumulated experience in the field of computer thermal solutions. Prolimatech incorporates integration of the aerospace resource-saving technology and advanced heat conduction technology to create the best heat absorption and dissipation solutions while pertaining to the science of aesthetics. Our never-ending quest is to satisfy every computer overclocker’s and every enthusiast’s needs for high quality and performance oriented thermal solutions for their high-end computer components."

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