Hardware Central heeft Kryotech's nieuwe Renegade koelsysteem gereviewed. Hier een stuk over de prestaties van het ding:
So what if you're stuck with a 300A that just won't push it to 450MHz? Well luckily (or unluckily) we had one such CPU laying around, and no amount of conventional cooling or messing with voltages would let it run at 450MHz. Once plugged into the Kryotech Renegade, however, we achieved the stability we would expect of the chip running at spec, with no increase in voltage. At 504Mhz, we could make it boot and even start to run benchmarks, but with frequent freezes (even at much higher voltages). Is it worth the extra $350 for an extra 150MHz? Well, maybe if there was no other way to get that speed. Unfortunatley for Kryotech there is, as there will soon be 433MHz Celeron's for under $200. Quite a bit less than the $80 for a 300A plus the $350 for the Renegade case.
Op zich niet slecht dat-ie een bokkende C300A naar de 504MHz brengt, maar of je daar 350 dollar voor neer wilt leggen? Zie Hardware Central voor de review.