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Prolimatech Announces MK-26 GPU Cooler

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Prolimatech released a new flagship cooler above its existing MK-13 device.

The new MK-26 fin and cooling pipe structure is designed for a graphics cards up to 320 watts and supports an additional 140 mm or two 120 mm fans.

The MK-26 uses two aluminum finned radiators that are connected to six 6mm thick nickel plated copper heat pipes.

There was no information on availability and pricing.

Prolimatech MK-26 Features:

  • Best in its class 320 Watts TDP
  • Industrial leading design and style
  • Six 6mm nickle plated sintered metal copper heat pipes
  • Nickel plated aluminum dual radiators
  • All lead-free nickel solder
  • Support for two 140mm or two 120mm fans
  • Omni-mount bracket mounting system for easy tool-free installation
  • Wide compatibility with new and future VGA cards
  • Excellent performance PK-3 thermal compound included
  • Y-split 4-pin connector for powering two fans with the VGA board

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    master_chen , August 29, 2012 5:51 AM
    Looks almost like the one that's on GTX 690. Just bigger.
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    amuffin , August 29, 2012 6:02 AM
    PCIE slot killer....
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    killerclick , August 29, 2012 6:08 AM
    Finally some GPU cooler. I like Arctic Cooling, and Prolimatech ML-13 was mediocre, but we'll see what the reviews say.
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    idroid , August 29, 2012 6:24 AM
    amuffinPCIE slot killer....

    Don't you think they took that in consideration when they designed it?
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    rexdale_punjabi , August 29, 2012 8:17 AM
    If it's over $100 or even around there, don't you think at that price point it's better to start water-cooling?
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    Vladislaus , August 29, 2012 8:46 AM
    idroidDon't you think they took that in consideration when they designed it?

    I don't think he's mentioning that the cooler will do physical damage to the PCI-E slot, but that a graphics cad with this cooler with a added fan will most likely take four to five slots.