Overall Sunbeam has done an excellent job with this rheobus. It's well constructed, easy to install and comes in black or brushed aluminum. With a 20 watt per channel limit you can add about as many fans as you want. And to top it all off you can completely turn off each channel making it an excellent switch for a cold cathode tube
Interestingly under Comanche 4 we can see that the best performance occurs with HyperThreading enabled. With HyperThreading On, the P4 3.06GHz is in the 25%-28% performance increase range over the P4 2.53GHz, which is a little better than the 21% clock speed increase. In comparison to the P4 2.4GHz the performance is over 50% better - much more than the 27% clock speed advantage.
Today we are looking at Speeze's CoolCat Socket A / 370 / 478 HSF - Model
#: 7T268B1M3. This product is geared towards users who want a quiet cooling
solution that will work on both AMD and Pentium systems. Speeze calls this
product their "Combination Range." In our tests, we will compare the CoolCat
to the Speeze RaptorCool 1 and the Thermalright SLK-800 for a good,
well-rounded comparison on our AMD test system. And for the P4 side, we will
put the CoolCat against the Thermaltake Spark 7.
Today, we will be reviewing a water cooling kit made by Danger Den. The kit includes the Maze 3 CPU water block, Z-Chip North Bridge water block, Black Ice Xtreme Radiator, Hydor L20 pump, Eheim 1048 pump, and Clear Flex tubing. Danger Den’s name is widely respected within the water cooling community, and they produce some of the finest water cooling products available today! Let’s see how the qualities of these parts are and how well they perform