Ars Technica heeft een review online geschopt van de Global WIN FEP32 cooler, het kleine broertje van de FDP32 (gebruikt bij die Celeron 300a @ 600MHz). Hoewel de FEP32 makkelijk op een BP6 zou moeten passen, is het volgens Ars Technica nog steeds een heel gedoe. Als het zaakie echter eenmaal draait doet hij zijn werkt goed:
We don't expect anything less than solid performance from Global WIN, and performance is what they deliver. As I mentioned before, we used the hottest-running BP6 combo we could put together to test the FEP32. We threw in two Celeron 366es, clocked 'em up to 550MHz, and laid the whole shebang in a SC-750A, which we closed entirely (front and side panels were all put on properly). Aside from the power supply's fans, we also had two 80mm fans up front blowing in. We ran SETI for an hour to warm the box up, and then measured the temperature over the course of 6 hours (with SETI still running) to get our measurements.
In this test system, none of the fans were able to change the fact that the BP6 needed to be crankin' with 2.10 volts on both CPUs to remain stable. All temps are reported at that CPU voltage, in Celsius, and averaged over 6 hours. Needless to say, the room temperature was the same for all of the tests. Also, we didn't bother trying to overclock these CPUs without cooling, so there's no real "ground" measurement. Instead, we figured the CoolMaster Socket heatsink and fan combo is comparable to any default cooling solution, i.e., it's nothing special, so I believe that it provides a pretty effective basis for comparison.