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Prolimatech Magnetic Pin

Prolimatech is headquartered in Taiwan and made its debut in the computer enthusiast market in 2008. Since then, the company has released several top tier processor coolers, as well as a line of graphics cards coolers, memory cooling solutions, case fans and thermal compounds.

In this review we'll be taking a look at a whole different product from Prolimatech; the Magnetic Pin. This product is designed to magnetically attach fans to your case. It's made from rubber so it should dampen vibrational noise and the magnets should allow for very easy installation and removal of fans.

The Magnetic Pins ship in very tiny boxes, each box contains four pins.

Magnetic Pin box


You can get them in black...

Magnetic Pin black


or blue.

Magnetic Pin blue


The Magnetic Pin is quite an innovational idea, it makes the installing and repositioning of fans really easy.

Magnetic Pin black and blue


The top looks a lot like one of the rubber fan mounting pins that ships with some fans like those from Noctua.

Magnetic Pin rubber pin


The difference though is that the Magnetic Pin has a tiny round magnet with a rubber buffer, this magnet enables you to securely attach fans to steel cases without the use of any tools, while also enabling very easy dismounting of fans as you don't have to remove the rubber pin first.

Magnetic Pin magnetic bottom


Added: July 31st 2013
Reviewer:
Score: 8.5/10
Related Link: Prolimatech
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