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Thursday, May 03, 2007
AC Freezer 7

1. Introduction

Most users are satisfied with the cooler that arrived with their system. However, there are circumstances where the stock cooling system is not sufficient and users need to upgrade to something more powerfull which will provide better heat dissipation or in the case of extreme users, will give them room for overclocking. Arctic Cooling, a company with great experience on the subject, offers an attractive solution for the Intel platform, with their "Freezer 7 Pro". This cooler supports all Intel Celeron, Pentium 4, Pentium D, Core2Duo and Core 2 Extreme Quad for processors for Socket 775.

- Features

Extremely Quiet
The low speed 92 mm fan reduces the noise level to a minimum. The patented fan holder is able to practically eliminate the typical buzzing sound of 92 mm fans.

Powerful cooling
6 Heat Pipes (three used double sided) are able to transfer heat up to 200 Watt. The heat exchanger is constructed with 42 fins and consists of a surface area of over 4700 cm2 and allows for resistance free energy transfer to air.

Integrated Cooling of Voltage Converters
Air is drawn in from the side of the fan to cool the components around the CPU. Some air is blown out towards the voltage converters on the mainboard through the bent fins at the bottom.

Patented Vibration Absorption
The four rubber connectors on the fan case act as a vibration damper to absorb the vibration of the running fan. This can reduce significant vibration between plastic fan case and heatsink. 

Easy Installation
The cooler is easy to install, without the use of any tools, within seconds.

Long Lifetime / 6 Years Warranty
The ARCTIC Ceramic Bearing provides an unmatched Life Time of 137'000h (L10@40°C) resp. an MTBF@70°C of 163'000h and thus a 6 year warranty.

- Specifications

Heat Sink: 104 x 58 x 126.5 mm
Fan: 107 x 43.5 x 96 mm
Overall Dimensions: 107 x 96.5 x 126.5 mm
Rated Fan Speed: 900 - 2500 RPM (PWM)
Power Consumption: 0.16 Amp.
Air Flow: 45 CFM / 77 m3/h
Weight: 520 g
Noise Level: 0.9 Sone
Thermal Resistance: 0.17°C/Watt
Thermal Interface Material: Pre-applied MX-1 Paste
Warranty: 6 Years




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