Overclocking Extreme heeft een review online gezet van de GlobalWIN FEP-32 Heatsink/Fan Combo. De FEP32 is de kleine broeder van de FDP32 en kan zonder extra knutselwerk op je BP6 geplant worden. Hieronder wat over zijn performance:
Okay, I have to get this out of my gut. THIS COOLER ROCKS. My sensor consistently reported from 3c to 5c cooler thant my previous Alpha Socket 370 cooler. The fan included is pretty fast too, it spins at a blazing 4500rpm, so It should push around 26 cfm. That's enough to keep this big boy cool. Using my meat probe (finger), I found out the cooler was never even hot to the touch. Amazing!!!
Temperatures reported by Motherboard Monitor were between 36-37c with ambient temperatures hovering at 39c. With Rain running, the sensor reported temperatures of 30-34c with the same ambient temperature. With the air conditioner turned on, and Rain running, I saw the CPU running at 25c for long periods, running normal windows tasks of course. Amesome!
The lowest I could ever get with my Alpha heatsink, was 28c with the air conditioner on. And the average temperature was around 40c. Not with the FEP-32. Never did I see temperatures above 38c.