Prolimatech's Armageddon Returns

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅08.08.2013 18:05:49


If you are a person who holds a dusty computer under your desk and don't pay any attention to the design, then there is no sense for you to continue reading this news. Thankfully, for most of us appearance does matter. You could say that your style shows your character and your personality. Recently, many computer cases are released with window panel on the left side, so that you can look and watch how does your computer works. Manufacturers compete in producing not only more efficient, but also better-looking motherboards, graphic cards, but the true is that the greatest attention is drawn to CPU cooler trough chassis window.

Prolimatech presents today to our market a new cooler - black radiator with blue stripes in racing Mustang's sport style. Model is called Blue Armageddon and its large heat-sink weighs 750g. The enclosed appropriate mounting screws and a strong backplate for the motherboard is able to hold up to two times more weight. The Prolimatech cooler is connected by six copper heatpipes incoming into base on both sides. Radiator is specifically divided in the middle into two equal parts, which showed much more efficient heat dissipation. To sum up, if you want a quiet, stylish and efficient cooler - the Blue Armageddon is the probably best solution for you.

You can find it at Overclockers UK for £52,99 incl. VAT.

Technical details:

Name: Prolimatech Armageddon Blue Series CPU Cooler

Color: Black with blue stripes
Material: Copper plated (base and heat pipes), aluminum (heatsink)

Dimensions: 160.3 x 144 x 50 mm (height x length x width)
Weight: 750g (without fans)
Heat Pipes: 6 pieces of 6mm

Compatible with: Intel 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011

Fans: 2 x 140mm*
- Blue Armageddon
- Kits
- Prolimatech PK2 thermal grease
- 4x fan mountings for 2x 140mm


Editor's Note: we believe fans are not included in the Blue Armageddon package.

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