Author: Greg Baden
Today we get the opportunity to check out a new idea on CPU coolers, at least to us here at Think Computers. We’ll be checking out the Freezer 13 Pro from Arctic Cooling, which not only has 120mm fan for cooling, but also a small 50mm fan that is attached to the base which helps cool the base and provide better airflow underneath the heatsink. Read on further to check out this new idea and find out how well it performs.
- Superior Cooling Performance
- Cooling VRs and Northbridge Components
- Quick Installation
- Air Flow of Cross-Blow Technology
|Heatsink Material||Aluminum fins x 47|
|Thickness of fins||0.5 mm|
|No. of Heatpipes||4|
|Fan (mm)||120mm x 1|
50mm x 1
|Rated Fan Speed||120mm : 300 – 1350 RPM|
50mm : 700 – 2700 RPM
|Airflow||49.7 CFM / 96.8 m³/h|
|Cooling Capacity (Watts)||300|
|Noise Level (Sone)||0.4|
|Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Dimensions (Product)||134L x 96W x 159H mm|
|Dimensions (Packaging)||137L x 99W x 173H mm|
|Limited Warranty||6 years|
|Product Net Weight||0.902 kg|
|Gross Weight||1.05 kg|
Like many Arctic Cooling CPU Coolers, the Freezer 13 Pro is packaged in a form fitting plastic package, which includes two sides which are locked together by three plastic locks. There’s not much in terms of product branding, except for a short cooling comparison and specifications on the back of the package.
All of the parts are wedged inside of the cooler, presumably to save on costs with product packaging. The Freezer 13 Pro uses very basic installation procedures for both AMD and Intel systems.