Author: Greg Baden
The Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP isn’t the ideal CPU cooler for enthusiasts it may be a choice for HTPC builders. It wasn’t designed to be a performance cooler, but to be slightly better than stock coolers and most likely quieter as well. Its compact design and pushpin installation can be seen as a benefit and a con for some, but I can see both sides of the story. While it’s hard to put this cooler on either a good or bad side due to the pros and cons of it, I’d really have to say it’s a middle of the road cooler.
Since the cooler is relatively new to the market, it’s hard to find a pricing or even a product page on the manufacturer’s website. If I were buying this cooler, I probably wouldn’t pay more than $25 for it, but we’ll have to wait and see on that. ThinkComputers would like to award the Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler a 7 out of 10 score.
- Compact design, great for HTPCs
- Silent fan
- Pre-installed thermal grease
- Pushpin design
- Only supports up to 90 Watt CPUs