AVADirect recently became an authorized reseller of Prolimatech Thermal solutions. This is exciting for us since we have implemented Prolimatech products in our configurations since they were founded in 2008. The design of their products is comprised of aerospace designs used for cooling jets, and reducing the amount of heat created from the after burner. This is a truly unique way for a thermal product designer to think outside of the box. It makes perfect sense, and we personally have seen the effects of their design. When looking for a way to cooling a processor adequately, with a limited amount of case options, preferences, and airflow management we turn to Prolimatech to shine through and lead us to the correct path of properly ventilated case solutions. Thank you, Prolimatech, for never letting us down. We look forward to the long future of business between us and you.
To view more information click here, then click on North America and USA
To view all Prolimatech products we carry click Prolimatech Thermal Solutions at AVADirect
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