Terry van Hardware Extreme heeft een review van de Tennmax P3STF Pentium III cooler op z'n site gezet. Hier een stukkie:
Most of you should already know then TennMax P3TF cooler well. It was in fact one of the first Pentium III coolers to hit the market. The cooler was quite a success. Despite this, the P3TF had to face some competition when larger, more powerful PIII coolers were released. Realizing this, TennMax decided to take another go with this great cooler and thus the P3STF was born.
The TennMax P3STF uses the exact heatsink design as it's younger brother with the exception of the of more powerful fans found on the P3STF. These fans measure 50 X 15mm compared to the TF's 50 X 10 and spin at 5400rpm and they move around 36CFM of airflow over the heatsink. This increase could be a great benefit to cooling performance of the unit. The heatsink design is grooved which helps dissipate heat quickly and vents for the cooling of the L2 cache chips are included as well which is a good addition as some coolers do not have this feature.