Bij The Tech Zone is een review te vinden van de Vantec P3-D5030 Pentium 3 cooler. Hier heb je een stuk uit de review, de rest kun je hier lezen.
The Vantec stacks up very well against the AMK-SECC80. The Global Win kicks everyone's butt. I didn't really find this unusual for 2 reasons. First the Global Win has more fin area than the Vantec and much more powerful fans. While the AMK-SECC80 has more fin area than the Global Win, it's weak 80mm fan only blows out 8CFM of air, compared to the VEK32 twin 60mm fans that pumps out over 50CFM. The second reason for the great performance of the VEK32 is in order to install the unit on a P3, I had to remove the P3 backplate. The removal of the backplate does help to reduce the CPU temperature.
The Vantec P3-5030 had no problems running the P3-450 at 580Mhz. After a whole day of Quake 3 on the LAN, the CPU temp never went higher than 45.5C. This is a really good performance. The only recommendation I can think of would be more powerful fans like the ones used in the Global Win VEK32. With a street price of $27, it's on the higher side of the price scale. However, considering all the added features that comes with the Vantec cooler, I say it's worth it.