Overclockers Australia (ja kinderen, aan de onderkant van onze aardkloot leven ook overklokkers ) mailden me dat zij een review van de RDJD K602 "no, I hadn't
heard of it before either" cooler online gegooid hebben:
The K602 is quite an interesting looking unit. RDJD's heatsinks all seem to operate around a fairly simple theme - lots of very thin folded aluminium fins. Their aim seems to be to get the maximum cooling for a low cost of manufacture - sounds like a sensible idea to me. Tom expects to be selling this unit for about $25.00 which puts it pretty low in the decent passive cooler price range. The unit doesn't feel incredibly strong, you can twist the chassis fairly easily. Also, the fan is a 52mm JMC unit, which moves 16cfm - not spectacular by any means. However, compared to a lot of the "monster" coolers, the K602 is quite tiny. It's only slightly larger than the Socket370 itself and not very tall - it blocks no memory slots on the Soyo SY-6VBA-133 motherboard which is narrower than most - the FDP-32 blocks 2 RAM slots completely and usually rests against the third DIMM. Even the CPM25603-32 rests against the end DIMM, which restricts airflow to the fan.