If you need great cooling capacity for your graphic card, the MK-26 could be the choice for you.
Here’s the package content, Prolimatech included a thermal paste along with it too. Fans not included for the MK-26.
Here’s the cooler itself, six 6mm nickel plated sintered metal copper pipes with nickel plated aluminum dual radiators. The heatsink is rated to work with graphic cards with TDP up to 320W!
Here’s the view from the bottom.
And the view from the front, looking beautiful with the words written there.
Here’s what a graphic card looks like with the MK-26 on it, take not of how the height of the MK-26 compares to the graphic card PCB.
It comes with fan clips to mount 120mm and 140mm fans but for the low profile profile fans like the Ultra Sleek Vortext 12 and Ultra Sleek Vortext 14, you’ll have to acquire those clips from Prolimatech.
The card used for testing this cooler is the Gigabyte Radeon R9 280X 3GB OC (GV-R928XOC-3GD) with Windforce, it’s also the card used for load testing the cooler.
More details of the cooler at the official product page.
For the load test, I ran Furmark’s Burn-in test for 5 minutes.
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Please do not try to run it fanless with a 250w card. You’ll probably get away with a 150w card or less but certainly not a 250w card.
The MK-26 is a stunning product but comes at a rather hefty RM 269 (approx 80 USD) but it’s well worth it because it looks really beautiful.
Just bear in mind that you’ll still have to factor the cost for a fan or 2. Size wise it’s huge, a tower casing like my N200 couldn’t fit a GPU with the MK26 on it. My BitFenix Phenom-M accomodates the cooler comfortably.