The Techs Network heeft een review van de T-Rex PII cooler van 3DfxCool. Het ding heeft net zoals o.a. de FAP2X3B van ComputerNerd 3 fans en ziet er erg heavy uit.
Hoewel het dus een PII koeler is, kun je 'm met wat geknutsel ook op een Celeron gebruiken:
Bart did warn me that this is not a Celeron cooler at all, and did ask me to please review it as it was meant for. Well Bart, I did do that above... now it is time for the modifications. I took my Celeron, 3DFXCool's heatsink and took those nice 3DFXCool fans and started some modifications. Mind you, this is in no way endorsed by 3DFXCool, but it does so well I thought I would tell ya about it anyways. I took the 3 fans and some GOOP, then got to work. I attached the 3 fans to the metal heatsink that I had drilled 4 holes in to support the Celeron bracket that I had from my old Celeron, then plopped some GOOP on the bottom and I was done. My Celeron running a single heatsink/fan combination had always been unstable at 464Mhz and of course at 504Mhz. CPU temperature came up to around 100 degrees when I attempted this. Now I can run successfully at 464Mhz @ 89 degrees fahrenheit... that is better than most fans that I have even seen.