Bij The Tech Zone hebben ze een review gepost van de Vantec Socket 7/370 Peltier Heatsink/Combo. Op papier zou dit ding errug goed moeten zijn, maar volgens deze test verliest het ding zwaar van de Global Win FDP32. Hier wat meer info:
You might be wondering how the Global Win FDP32 ran so much cooler than the Peltier powered Vantec. The answer is, the Vantec heatsink is not big enough to remove all the heat being given off by the Peltier. Because of this, the Peltier heated up and with the rise in temperature on the hot side comes an equal rise in temperature on the cold side. I put my finger on the heatsink and it was burning hot! By comparison, the Global Win wasn't even warm to the touch.
I removed the Vantec fan and put on a YS Tech 60x25mm fan to see if it would help keep the heatsink cool. It help a little but wasn't anywhere near enough. The heatsink is simply too small to remove the heat from a 32 watt Peltier.
The Vantec was able to run the Celeron 366 at 550Mhz without any problem. However I don't like to see my Celeron running at over 45C. 550Mhz was the highest it can go, which is really disappointing as this Celeron can do 577Mhz on the Global Win FDP32.