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Bron: webmagix

Anand heeft een review geupt van Kryotech's extreem koele koelsysteempie met K6-2 500.

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At a price of $1695 for the motherboard, CPU, case, and cooling system, the Cool K6-2 is a bit steep considering the performance it offers over a readily available and comparatively cheap K6-2 400 mb/cpu/case combo.  With many users already able to overclock their K6-2 400's to 450MHz without using Kryotech's cooling system, the extra 5% performance boost isn't really worth the money; and in that respect, the Kryotech Cool K6-2 500 is in fact, too little, too late.  Had the system been released at 500MHz back in May of 1998 when it was announced at E3, things might have been different, however with the price of a Celeron 300A at under $100, and with the price of a K6-2 400 quickly approaching the $200 mark, the Cool K6-2 just isn't worth it now.

Is the system a failure?  Absolutely not.   Kryotech's Cool K6-2 is an example of what can be done, and as a glimpse at the future of Kryotech, AnandTech decided to tear out the K6-2 400 CPU that was installed in the system and replace it with a K6-3 to see how well AMD's forthcoming chip would operate at -40 degrees Celsius.  

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