Andy van BXB heeft een review gepost van de Net-n-Dude Glacier 4500C met Arctic Cap. Hier wat info:
The Glacier 4500C can either by installed as a standalone product or in combination with the Arctic Cap. Unlike full-blown sandwich coolers, the Glacier does not take up too much room, although I did find that the Arctic Cap was rather too close to comfort to the capacitors on the Abit BX6-2. There are similar problems on the AOpen AX6BC which positions its capacitors very close to the CPU slot. On its own the Glacier requires 3 power connectors, 1 per fan. 2 of the fans are "intelligent" and report RPM to the BIOS. The fans rotate at around 4,500 RPM. The final connector is of the 4 pin variety, more commonly used to power CD-ROM's and hard drives. The Arctic Cap requires a further power connector. A couple of tubes of thermal paste is provided, although unless a very thin layer is applied, the results can be counterproductive.
Verder heeft Andy een paar toffe foto's van de Glacier geupt. Zie BXBoards voor de review.