Over bij SysOp hebben ze een review van de TennMax Pentium3 TF Cooler. Schijnt toch een goede cooler te zijn:
We know it looks like a "Beefeater" but how well does it perform? After some chit-chat about what we wanted to do in order to beat this thing up we decided that we were going to try to push our PIII 450 to 558 + MHz, something that was all but impossible with the stock Intel heat sink. We chose to monitor the CPU temperature at different clock frequencies and compare our results against Intel's sink. Here is what we found:
First of all the processor fired up just fine at 558 MHz. We ran Quake II for three hours straight and it did not lock up once. The P3 TF heat sink is definately able to transfer heat more efficeintly and a drop of almost 4 degrees was logged when compared to the Intel sink. Be mindfull that we were not even able to running the PIII at 558MHz with the Intel sink. It sure looks like TennMax did their homework when it comes to thermoelectrics. The products does what it promises!