The Global Win P4 heatsink as we have shown you is beaten by the Intel Pentium 4 stock cooler. So now you may be asking is there any point to buying a Global Win P4 heatsink when the stock cooler already beats it? Maybe not, but if you are a computer enthusiast who likes to show off their system or break way from the crowd the Global Win P4 heatsink may be just right for you, who knows. If you buy a Intel Pentium 4 processor minus the Intel stock cooler I wouldn't mind betting that the Global Win P4 heatsink would be a cheaper alternative compared to the Intel stock cooler because of it's copper base. Replace the original fan from the Global Win P4 heatsink with a faster Delta fan and you may find it beating the Intel stock, we don't know, give it a try. At under US$20 from CoolerGuys the Global Win P4 heatsink is one of the cheapest Pentium 4 heatsinks on the market, this is one of it's strengths. We cannot give the Global Win Pentium 4 heatsink a high rating simply because of the fact that the Intel stock cooler beats it, but it does have its strengths in easy installation and price which we were impressed with.
Rating - 7.5/10
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