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By VR-Zone on May 18, 2012
CPU coolers come in all shapes and sizes. For the obvious reasons, here in VR-Zone we usually review cooler capable of delivering very high thermal performance and/or excellent acoustics. Today however we will have a look at the Samuel 17, a product...85
By Real World Labs on April 22, 2011
By creating a tiny yet powerful (for its size always) CPU Cooler like the Samuel 17 Prolimatech has once again proven to us that they are not just your average company and that they know exactly what they are doing when it comes to CPU...-
By SweMOD on February 16, 2011
Today we're having a look at another CPU cooler and this time it's the Samuel 17 from Prolimatech.Prolimatech, founded in 2008 is headquartered in Taiwan, led by a team of dedicated experts with 22 years of accumulated experience in the field of...96
By Hardware Secrets on September 15, 2010
Some time ago, high-performance computers had to use huge cases, and small cases were seen as a signal of a "weak" computer. Nowadawys, however, Home Teather PCs (HTPCs) are getting more and more common, and high-performance computers can be easily...-
By Hardware Canucks on August 12, 2010
Prolimatech hasnt been around for all that long but during their short time in the market, they have without a doubt made a lasting impression. The Samuel 17 is actually a surprising product from them since it breaks from what was a high...-
By SilentPC Review on July 25, 2010
While an excellent performer on its own, the Prolimatech Samuel 17 fell a few degrees short of toppling the widely available and affordable Scythe Big Shuriken. The Samuel 17 is really only superior in two ways, the first being its size. Though it's...-
By Overclock3D on July 13, 2010
So is the Prolimatech Samuel 17 a modern day David? Erm, well not quite. The inevitable result is that a larger tower cooler will outpace this cooler with ease. This however is not the cooler's aim; try performance per cubic centimetre. For those...77
By Legion Hardware on July 07, 2010
Those looking to build a small HTPC or even a mini-ITX computer that has a fair bit of guts for taking on more demanding tasks, are going to face the issue of keeping it not only cool but also quiet. The Prolimatech Samuel 17 has proven to be good at...-
By Pureoverclock on July 07, 2010
As we've seen with the Samuel 17, it continues Prolimatech's tradition of premium coolers that showcase conservative aesthetics and solid cooling performance in a silent setup. While the Samuel 17 doesn't perform quite as well as the...-
By Clube do Hardware on September 17, 2010
Há algum tempo atrás, computadores de alto desempenho sempre usavam gabinetes grandes, e um computador com um gabinete pequeno era sinônimo de computador "fraco". Hoje em dia, porém, os HTPCs (home theater PCs) estão se tornando...-