John Bogush heeft een review van de Kryotech Renegade, een duur overklokkersspeeltje . Het is een superkoeler-koelkast apparaat die je cpu flink afkoelt. In de review staan veel foto's van het ding en ook een uitgebreid technisch verhaal ontbreekt niet.
Computers have come with heatsinks attached to their processors now for a long time and now a days its the norm to have a fan or two mounted on those processor heatsinks circulating air through their fins and pins trying to keep them cool. The situation is bad enough when running a processor at spec but along comes us mis-understood overclockers. The first thing we do when we have a little trouble trying to push our system is raise the core voltage of the processor. With that extra voltage comes a little more extra heat and soon you get to a point where that processor's heatsink will no longer keep it humming along cool and collected. Sure there are some pretty impressive heatsinks on the market today but they are big and bulky and you still have to get that radiated heat out of the systems case. What better solution then to actually pump all that excessive thermal energy directly from the surface of the processor right out of the case. Not only do you take the thermal load off the processor but the heat never has a chance to cook those 3D graphics cards and high speed hard drives anymore then they are already doing themselves.