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Old 24th March 2009, 10:07   #1
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Prolimatech Working On High End CPU Coolers: Genesis, Jericho and Mammoth


Prolimatech has made a name for themselves when they launched their Megahalems CPU Cooler last year, it matched the performance of the current best out there and was impressive enough for DFI to switch over to, as their are also offering the Megahalems cooler with a DFI tag, abandoning their partnership with Thermalright.

Prolimatech is not resting on their laurels though; they have already 3 new coolers in the pipelines, two of them in early prototype state, the third still in drawing phase.

The Genesis is a dual 120mm cooler with 6 heat pipes, but instead of two towers; it's a mix of a tower and top-down coolers, check out the drawing below:


They made sure to leave a lot of clearance over the memory banks, but it might not be enough for the fancier DDR2/3 heatsinks out there. Both fins collections are rather thin as they are trying to put 2x120mm fans in the middle with room for manoeuvring. The retail version should look a bit like this:


Next up is a more classical design tower cooler called Jericho, a fan in the middle approach, also featuring 6 heat pipes and only one 120mm fan, but the two towers have different dimensions, the rear one noticeably thicker. Here's the blueprint:


There's some space between the front tower and the 120mm fan, if they add a fan shroud it might perform better. The retail version looks quite finished:


THe last CPU Cooler in their line-up is dubbed "The Mammoth"; a top down heatsink with 2x120mm fans, 6 heat pipes, unlike the Coolermaster GeminII this cooler uses a stacked construction, check out the blueprint to see with that they came up:

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