Neng Tyi P365 Lil' Turbine Heatsink Review
Sometimes it just takes a bit of extra
brute strength and size to keep that overclocked chip in check. One
good way to do that is to slap on a massive copper heatsink with a massive Nidec Beta SL fan. At
this point the only thing cooler would be to turn off your
machine... but that isn't an option is it?!
Looking at the "Lil' Turbine, " as we've taken to calling the P365, in the picture below doesn't really help you
appreciate the sheer size of it. Measuring 65mm by 62mm, and at a low profile of 25mm high,
that puts this heatsink into a new class of its' own. While the P365 would be
a blessing for any cramped home system, it seems destined for the server
market, where smaller profiles without loss of performance is what's
Now on with the review of Neng Tyi's Lil' Turbine heatsink!
FC-PGA chips up to 1.13Ghz
AMD Duron / T-Bird
Socket A processors upto 1.5Ghz
Also works with Celeron PGA and AMD
The Neng Tyi P365 heatsink aka Lil'
aluminum fin assembly
- 12V, 4700RPM,
0.18A, 32 dBa,
- HS Dimensions: 40x62x65mm
- Weight: 277gm
- Comes with Bergquist 200U thermal pad
- Made by: Neng
With a 5mm
thick copper base this heatsink is not for the week or underclocked. With
that much copper in one place would be surprising to see the P365
not completely thrash the competition into little tiny bite sized pieces.