Bij Sharky Extreme hebben ze een review gedumpt van de Tennmax Stealth Voodoo3 cooler. Hieronder wat info over de resulaten van het ding:
Starting with the Voodoo3 3500, I was careful in my overclocking experiments. This is due to the already high 183 MHz speed of the 3500 and the fact that it's a very expensive 3D card. Using the Voodoo3 Overclocker ver. 3.1, I moved up to 185 MHz with no issue, then 187, then 189 and finally 193 MHz. I shut down the PC and found the Stealth V3 Fighter to be slightly warm, showing that the cooler was doing its job. I progressed slowly up the MHz chart, thankful of the warning screen that let's you reboot if you've clocked the Voodooo3 too high. After a lot of testing, I found myself running at the magical 200 MHz setting without any sort of problems or crashes. Making a long story short, I finally hit 209 MHz and found it stable in my testing. I tried to go a bit higher and found that while Quake 2 worked perfectly, the finicky Unreal Tournament would boot me out with an error. At this point, I think the heat of the Voodoo3 chip was simply getting too high for UT to handle. I was very pleased with the speed results and found that the Stealth V3 Fighter is cooler at 209 MHz than the standard Voodoo3 heatsink is at 183 MHz.
Hier staat de rest van de review.