The compressor cooler is located in the lower section of the case.
The powerful compressor is made by Danfoss. Power consumption is an impressive 207 W. Nothing will work without hooking up to external power sources.
Rear view of the Prometeia cooling system.
The cooling system consists of a cooling unit and a conventional PC tower case.
The test system with Asus board, memory and CPU - ready to go.
- A Rocket In The Socket: The 4.1 GHz PC From Tom's Hardware
- A Rocket In The Socket: The 4.1 GHz PC From Tom's Hardware, Continued
- Platform Discussion: Intel 7205 With Dual DDR400
- The Sixth THG Video: P4 With 4.1 GHz At -52°C
- Maximum Clock Speed: The Right CPU Makes All The Difference
- Room Heater: P4 With 135 W Power Dissipation
- New, Boxed Cooler For The P4 From 3.06 GHz Up
- Overview: Cooling System Design
- Overview: Cooling System Design, Continued
- A Comparison Of All P4 CPUs
- Test Setup And Details
- OpenGL-Performance: Quake 3 Arena
- DirectX 7 Games: 3D Mark 2000
- DirectX 8 Hardcore Game: Comanche 4
- MP3-Audio-Encoding: Lame MP3
- Video-Encoding MPEG-4: Virtual Dub Und Divx 5.02 Pro
- SiSoft Sandra 2002 Benchmarks
- PC Mark 2002
- Sysmark 2002
- Archiving: WinACE 2.2
- 3D-Rendering: Cinema 4D XL 7.303
- 3D-Rendering Performance: SPEC Viewperf 7
- Conclusion: P4 Stable At 4.1 GHz - At The Cutting Edge Of Today's Technology