Prolimatech Megahalem Review
Packaging in the UK doesn't mean as much as it does in the US. Although the US is famed for its obesity epidemic when it comes to PC components it's us in the UK who cant prize ourselves off our PC chair to go to the PC store. Instead we just move the mouse and order online. Maybe that's the reason why Prolimatech kept the box nice and simple in a two tone style like a 1970's advert for the Ford Capri.
Removing the Megahalem from its understated packaging the first thing that grabs your attention is the two separate vertical towers. Unlike other coolers on the market the Megahalem is designed to have the fan blow against both the towers at once rather than a fan on each.
The two towers on the Megahalem and connected by 6x 6mm heatpipes and helps gives the cooler a beefy but somewhat familiar looking base. The heatpipes have been kept inline to allow air to pass over the mathematically spaced fins which I'm told are the perfect thickness to allow for air to surface cooling.
Enough of all this, you've seen it, you like the look of it. So like a good night out in Essex let's head home for some rough testing to see if its worth keeping.