CPU Central heeft wat info over het gebruik van een Peltier koeler als wapen in de holy war der overklokkers tegen het eeuwige gevaar van overhitting:
Okay, I've finished testing the Pentium II Peltier cooler, and here's what I've come up with: the peltier unit keeps the Pentium II a lot cooler than the Glacier 4500B, however, my SL2W8 still won't overclock to anything past 450MHz. With the Glacier 4500B, the Pentium II would not get into Windows at 464MHz, however, with the Peltier unit, it would get into Windows, however, it was too unstable to use. My advice: if you've managed to get your Pentium II up to 464 or 500 MHz and are having a little trouble with stability, this peltier unit may give you that added cool needed to keep your processor stable. If you've overclocked your Pentium II to 450MHz, and are happy with it's performance and stability, stick with your current cooler, and don't unnecessarily introduce the extra heat into your case associated with peltier cooling units.
BTW, the unit I tested consisted of one fan (although it was much larger than the ones on the Glacier 4500B), and a massive heatsink, again, bigger than the one on the Glacier 4500B. The unit I tested was a prototype unit which came from Mushkin Online. It's not yet available for sale, however it should be available soon. Keep checking back to their site if you are interested in it.