Zero Clearance Issues.
Easy Universal Mounting.
Can Use Up To Three 140mm Fans.
No Fans Included.
By TechwareLabs on February 02, 2012
The Genesis performs extremely well. This is no doubt due to the large amount of metal and heat pipes that it has. The decision to make it a hybrid horizontal and vertical cooler was a risky decision, but I think it has paid off. While you are...-
By X-bit Labs on September 09, 2011
Prolimatech Genesis is undoubtedly an excellent cooler. Yes, it is large. Yes, it is expensive, and in the end it will cost even more because of the fans. But do you know any super-coolers that are small and inexpensive? I don’t, and I doubt it is...-
By Bit-tech.net on July 12, 2011
While we can see Prolimatech’s idea behind the Genesis, the execution not only fails to justify the hype in terms of performance, but brings with it a hatful of unwanted concessions. Not least of these is the size of the cooler, which makes...67
By Vortez on July 08, 2011
Lets start by applauding Prolimatech for an excellent job on the Genesis. It is a breath of fresh air when we see a unique concept that turns out to be so successful as it demonstrates the risks that manufacturers have taken to further the field...-
By Hardware Canucks on June 21, 2011
In the current CPU cooling market releasing a product that stands out from the competition is becoming harder and harder. Many have argued that we have nearly reached the pinnacle of what air-based CPU heatsinks can attain performance-wise and to a...-
By Hardware Secrets on May 20, 2011
Many people like tower coolers because they have shown, until now, the best cooling performance for the CPU. Horizontal coolers have the advantage of air being blown in the direction of the motherboard, which helps to cool the memory modules, chipset,...-
By HardwareHeaven on May 06, 2011
With their Genesis cooler Prolimatech takes a different approach to cooling our CPU and overall we have been impressed by the product. It feels well-built and looks great thanks to the excellent finish on each component and installation was...90
By Legion Hardware on April 13, 2011
The Genesis is everything we expected from Prolimatech given their history of releasing high performance CPU coolers. This new product complements their growing lineup very well and is an excellent alternative to the Megahalems and Armageddon...-
By SilentPC Review on April 10, 2011
With the Genesis, Prolimatech continues its short but impressive run of high performance CPU heatsinks. Its cooling proficiency is unmatched, even by other dual fan titans from more established manufacturers like Noctua and Thermalright. It also has...-
By Pureoverclock on April 06, 2011
With so many massive tower heatsinks on the market, the Prolimatech Genesis is a different approach and design of air cooling solutions. We like the fact that the "L" shaped design extends over the DIMM slots providing more air circulation and cooling...-