Arctic has launched a new series of VGA coolers that feature a patented backside heatsink. The passive heatsink on the back is designed to cool memory and power delivery components of your video card for longer lifespan and more stable overclocking.
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.
One of the main things when ether building a new high end system or trying to make your current system run cooler is good thermal paste. There are a ton of brands out there with many different ones to choose from, ranging from just basic paste to thermal paste made out of crushed diamonds. Choosing the best thermal paste will allow you to run your computer cooler and for the overclockers to be able to push the CPU further while allowing the processor and the cooler or water cooling to do its job. Today we will be testing out the Arctic Cooling Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste.
Looking for a HTPC CPU Cooler? Then the Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler is a great choice for you. This cooler has a compact design, ultra quiet PWM fan, and easy installation for HTPCs. The cooler supports CPUs up to 90 Watts and only Intel LGA 775 and 1156 processors. This silent CPU cooler should be something you should have in mind if you’re designing an HTPC system. Read on further to find out more.
After being pleasantly surprised by Arctic Cooling’s first entry into the mouse market, the M551, I was looking forward to testing the M571. I was very interested to see what they did with the M571 to differentiate the two models and justify the additional $5 for it. So without further ado let’s take a look at the features.
Arctic Cooling is known for their CPU coolers and today we get to take a look at the Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2’s predecessor the Freezer 13. It features a small and compact design with a 92mm PWM fan pre-installed. The pre-applied MX-4 along with the included installation hardware makes installation quick and easy. Read on further to see how well it performs.
Arctic Cooling is a company known for their cooling products, but recently they have been getting into the PC peripheral market. Today we have the chance to check out their attempts at a keyboard. The Arctic K381 Multi-Function Ultra-Slim Keyboard is not only small in size, but small in price. This small keyboard makes writing fun again. Read on further to get the details.
I have to be honest, when I agreed to review two mice for Bob the thought never occurred to me that they would be from Arctic Cooling, a company known for, well cooling products. I have owned several of their cooling products over the years and have never been disappointed, so I was looking forward to see how they would translate that experience into a mouse. They have released two mice that are geared to “professional gamers and experienced users”, the Artic M551 and Artic M571. Today we will be putting the Artic M551 through its paces.