Included with the CPU cooler are different clips, which make it compatible with Intel's P4 and AMD's K7 and K8.
InstallationInstallation uses a strong clip-on mechanism and is easy to do. The only tricky part is getting the second clip on while not moving the heatsink around on the CPU.
|Stock Intel Heatsink||Temperature Idle||Temperature Load|
|200 FSB = 2.4Ghz, Default Voltage||39°C||56°C|
|250 FSB = 3.0Ghz, Default Voltage||39°C||59°C|
|Max. FSB 280.40 = 3.37Ghz, 1.7V||42°C||68°C|
|Thermaltake Heatsink||Temperature Idle||Temperature Load|
|200 FSB = 2.4Ghz, Default Voltage||37°C||50°C|
|250 FSB = 3.0Ghz, Default Voltage||37°C||53°C|
|Max. FSB 282.19 = 3.39Ghz, 1.7V||39°C||63°C|
Value and Conclusion
- The POLO12 is selling for about $70 which is a fair price, considering that you get a whole package.
- All-in-one package.
- Nice looking.
- High-Quality PSU, which is quiet
- PSU has long, sleeved cables
- PSU has SATA and lots of other connectors
- CPU cooler performance could be better, fan is too loud
- 120mm fan is very noisy
This kit is a nice all-around package for the basic user and seasoned overclocker at a good price. The die-hard overclocker definitely wants to pick components one-by-one, so this kit does not make too much sense for this user group.The best part of this package is without any doubt the PSU.