Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Arctic Fan Pro TC
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Better that stock reasonably cheap
24 November 2013
Summary: Overall its better than stock quiet and is an ok cooler. This cooler keep my i7-4770K Processor 45 degrees idle and 75 degrees on full load. It brought down the temps but i am not fully satisfied with the cooling.
Pros: - Very quiet
- Pretty good at cooling
- Looks good
- Much better than stock cooling
- Pre applies thermal paste is good
- Easy to follow instructions
- Good mounting brackets ect.
Cons: -The cooler is huge
- Needs better cooling power
- would not suggest for the hotter cpu's
Summary: I've had this heatsink/fan for over three years, and it's still running. The fan usually idles around 800 rpm. It's quiet, that was the big seller for me. Even if the fan ramps up, it's still quiet. I have this fan on an AMD2+ and Intel 775 CPUs, very versatile.
Summary: I originally purchased the Antec 920 liquid cooling kit (and did not notice much difference, I was kindly explained by the experts at Mem. Express that not all towers will provide a significant drop). However, they recommended me this (Freezer 13).
Pros: -Fan is extremely quiet (even at high controlled RPM)
, -Heatsink is consistently cooler than the ambient temperature inside the tower.
, -Perfect fit for those who use stock towers like HP, Dell, Acer etc
, -Horizontal placement provides better air ventilation
, -Mounting is very strong is sturdy
Cons: The push pins they provide for the intel chipset will not fit AT ALL for those who have motherboards that require screw mounting. However, I was able to rip apart my hold heatsink screws off and substituted the push pins with the original screws.
Excerpt: Premier ventirad de marque sur mon i5 760 dans le but d'oc. Premier OCCT avec venti intel d'origine (qui avait 6 ans) arrêt prématuré de ma part à 85 degrés au bout de 3 minutes. Avec ce ventirad sans OC je suis a 48°c max, je vais enfin pouvoir jouer avec le bios.