Prolimatech Megahalems Rev C Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅16-08-13
Closer Look

The Megahalems heatsink features a twin tower design with condensed fin structure. The fins are aluminium and follow a descending contour towards the inside of each tower.

An overview of Megahalems

Profile of contours

At the top of the heatsinks Prolimatech have used a scratch-resistant stainless steel material with the Prolimatech logos engraved. From the top view, the six heatpipes can be seen protruding out.

The top of Megahalems

As mentioned, there are 6x 6mm copper heatpipes which are nickel plated which pass through the baseplate and up through the fin stack. The baseplate is also copper with nickel plating and has a semi-transparent finish.

A plethora of heatpipes

Although there are no included cooling fans, there is support for 120/140mm fans. Attaching a fan to the heatsink is simple, the fan clips fit into the grooves which run vertically down the side of the heatsink, the v shaped bend in the clip slots directly into the screw holes on the fan as pictured below.

Fan clips allow 120/140mm cooling fans to be attached easily

We will be using a Noctua NF-F12 PWM cooling fan for our tests as it came out as one of the best fans we have tested in our Ultimate Cooling Fan Grouptest 2012 Review.

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