BXBoards heeft een review van de Swiftech MC1000 peltier cooler op de site geplant.
Results for my 300A weren't quite as good as I had hoped for, but some CPUs just aren't cut out to overclock much, no matter what. At 464, while the CPU was using conventional cooling, it would lock up randomly, however lockups were few and far between. With the MC1000, it was rock solid at the default voltage. 504, however, was a different story. While it wouldn't post with conventional cooling, the MC1000 did persuade it into booting into windows. Games were a different story though; Unreal locked up after 2-5 loops.
As you can see, the MC1000 did it's job quite well at each setting, keeping the CPU below freezing at all times. Sorry that I don't know exact CPU temperatures, I couldn't seem to get my BX6-R2 to report any temperatures below freezing in either the bios or with Motherboard Monitor. As far as condensation goes, I did find a very small trace on the back of the CPU after running the machine for 48 hours straight with the popular cooling program, Rain turned on. This condensation didn't cause any problems, but it did concern me a bit. Luckily, Swiftech seems to have beat the condensation problem in the new release of the MC1000, read on......
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