Over bij DeezTech is een review te lezen van de Swiftech MC 370-2 cooler voor op je Celeron PPGA en FC-PGA Coppermine's. Over de performance zijn ze best wel te spreken, een Celly 366 draaide er stabiel op 605MHz.
So, to answer the original question. How does the MC 370-2 stack up against Swiftech's MC 2000 and MC 1000. Well, I believe it stacks up very well considering it has a lot less heatsink area to work with. The MC 370-2 did allow us to go the extra step in our overclocking quest. The big question that remains, is it all worth the $85.00 premium that Swiftech charges for these babies? I think this is a matter of opinion and it will vary from individual to individual. Consider the fact that Alpha based passive cooling solutions would set you back about $50.00, it seems an extra $35.00 for a heavy duty TEC that comes with the MC 370 is not that bad of a deal. Would I personally purchase one? Yes, I would. Keep in mind that the MC 370 is not only for Celeron processors, but it can also be used for the new socketed Intel Pentium III Coppermines. Unfortunately, we didn't have a Coppermine in our test labs for this review. The MC 370 delivers what it promises as long as you take the extra effort to prepare your system for the installation. As far as I'm concerned this is top notch product that deserves your consideration.