The difference in water cooling as opposed to an air cooled sink is pretty amazing. Once you try it, going back to air cooled is lacking.
With a 40mm - 52 watt TEC and copper cold plate attached to the cooler, I ran it for a couple weeks at 504 MHz. I decided to try to push it up to 527 MHz. I was amazed when it not only booted into Windows, but ran everything I could throw at it without a hiccup. Pretty good for a processor that I once said would never hit 504.
For a first attempt at a water cooled heat sink, I'm pretty pleased with the results. I was pretty sure that a single 40mm TEC was not going to be enough to handle all of the heat from the processor, but it did keep the Celeroncool enough to hit all the speed that my PC100 ram would allow. This was also the longest I had kept one sink on my Celeron in a long time. With the temperatures only reaching about -2° at the coldest, (usually when I was reading online) I didn't have a problem with condensation.
Ziet er inderdaad wel wreed uit ja .