Overclockin.com heeft een Socket 7 / 370 heatsink roundup in elkaar gedraaid, met een vergelijking van de Alpha socket370 cooler en GlobalWin FEP32, CPM25603-32 en VFP32 heatsinks. Winnaar van de test is de FEP32, die zelfs de gerespecteerde Alpha cooler achter zich laat:
As far as the processor temperature goes, the heatsink doesn't seem to make much difference until you get above 100MHz, with the VFP32 outperforming the CPM32, and the FEP32 beating out the Alpha. Unfortunately, the BP6 doesn't have any bus settings between 110 and 124, so I couldn't take the testing any further for the bigger heatsinks. Since the slug is sanded off of this processor, it likely throws off the results as far as the cutoff temperature at which the heatsink you're using matters, but I think we can still see which heatsinks are better. For the smaller sized, thus cheaper heatsinks, the VFP appears to be the better of the two choices (not by a whole lot, but better is better). For the bigger heatsinks, the FEP clearly beats the Alpha at higher FSB's, again, I wish I could take them a little further to get a fuller effect, but that's all I can throw at it right now. The next step would be to test them out with a wattage range of Peltiers (coming soon???).