HardOCP heeft een stuk tekst in elkaar gezet met info over heatsinks enzo:
How do you recognize a good heatsink from a not so good one, and more importantly what makes a good heatsink work. Is it the material used, the way it is build, or simply how powerful its fans are. These questions come around quite often, I get mails on a regular basis from people asking if they should spend that extra cash on a heatsink made out of some special aluminum alloy or even copper. Is there any gain if your heatsink is made out of copper, does this really affect performance that much. Iíll try to shed a different light on things and give you the lowdown on how to recognize a good heatsink from a not so good one, and Iíll throw in a review of some of the most used Celeron heatsinks as well as the best Celeron heatsink available.
Check de frontpage van HardOCP.com voor de info. Ze hebben ook een paar pics van de super wrede Alpha P125 cooler.