to test the Global Win I used the same AMD Athlon 500 on the
same SD11 rev 1.8. To test temperature I used a temperature
probe, which sends readings to my motherboard monitor. While
running on the default speed of 500MHz the processor (core)
was able to stay at a consistent 55C. There were no Overclocking
tests conducted, as Overclocking materials were unavailable
was very good, especially considering that this unit only costs
$21, less than half the price of the Alpha P7125.
is a tough one. While the Alpha cooler obviously offers better
performance, the FKK32 is not very far behind. The price of
the Alpha P7125 is just over $46, and the FKK32 is a mere $21.
While I think the extra $25 for the Alpha is worth it, seeing
that the Alpha is more likely to take you further as far as
Overclocking is concerned, $21 is a nice price for a cooler
of this caliber. It's up to you.
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supplying us with these coolers, don't forget to give them a
visit and say hi for us.