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Prolimatech has released its first VGA cooler in the name on the MK-13! After claiming the top spot for air CPU cooling with our Megahalems, we had our eyes set on the throne of VGA cooling and we shall not be denied!
In our lab tests, equipped with two 120mm fans, the MK-13 proved to be better than today's leading VGA coolers, Best of all, it's compatibility list will never get outdated with our Omni-Mount Retention System™.
Our mounting system works by having interchangeable parts. As new VGA cards come out, we will have the new hardware ready. No need to upgrade or buy an entire new VGA Cooler!
Regarding MK-13 and the new Nvidia Fermi GTX VGA cards. We tested both GTX 470 and GTX 480 in our labs running the 3DMark software inside a tower case with two fans of 120mm at 1600 RPM. Room temperature was 28 degrees Celsius. The results were 68 degrees Celsius for the 470 and 75 degrees Celsius for the 480.
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Reviewer: AsRock (1)
Great cooler and there is a fair few fan configurations as well like i have 2 fans blowing at the card while 2 are sucking the air up from the card.. Used it on a 4890 and a 6970 so far. On the 6970 temps idle around 29c and top out at most 60c while gaming. OCCT seems to be to much for it givin a hour will get parts of the GPU at 100c.. But hey it does the job 100% while gaming Very nicely packaged too. If there is some thing bad i can say about it it would have to be having be careful about the sata connections and how the power connections are on cards like the 6970 all though still workable.
Too weak for the the 480 GTX08-15-2010
Mounted this cooler on my 480 GTX. Without overclocking and at stock voltage temperature raises over 98°C in Crysis. At this point I stopped playing. Even with 0,963V VGPU the cooler is not able to handle the 480 GTX. For all other cards the cooler should be fine.
Reviewer: neurokinetik (2)
Using this on a GTX285. Idles at 39C and only 54C under load with two silent 120mm fans. More than 10C improvement over the stock MSI Superpipe cooler on my card with the factory fans set at 100% (and "hair-dryer" loud).