The 3D Cooler Pro had to prove its performance based on the previously tested cooler platform of an Athlon XP 2400+Pro, as well as on a Pentium 4 system.
The tried and tested cooler platform of the Athlon XP.
|Intel Processor (Socket 478)|
|200 MHz FSB (Dual DDR400)||Pentium 4 3.20 GHz (3200 MHz 12-8/512 kB)|
|DDR400 (200 MHz)||2 x 512 MB / 5ns / 64 Bit (Corsiar TwinX)|
|Intel 875||Asus P4P800 Rev: 1.02Bios: 1010 FINAL|
|Graphics Card||Nvidia GeForce Ti 4200Memory: 64 MB DDR-SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||40 GB,WD400BB-00DEA0, Western DigitalUDMA100, 7200 rpm, 2 MB Cache|
|Network||D-Link DFE-530TX (10/100 Mbit)|
|Intel Chipset||V 126.96.36.1992|
|Graphics Driver||NVidia Graphics Driver 53.03|
|OS||Windows XP, Build 2600 SP1|
The P4-cooler platform is based on an Asus P4 P800, which was modified by us so that the power consumption of the operating CPU could be measured.
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