Overall the Freezer 13 Pro is fairly simple to install, but there can be some clearance issues with this basic installation procedure. There’s only one way to install the cooler, at least for an AMD setup, of which most times can become a problem due to clearance issues with the...
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Summary: The Freezer 13 Pro draws attention. It has good looks, and also a unique feature that may intrigue most users: the small centrifugal fan over its base. The highlights of the Freezer 13 Pro are the easy installation and the low noise level; it is actually one of the quietest coolers we tested to...
Excerpt: When it's all said and done, Arctic Cooling's new Freezer 13 Pro, with it's innovative “Cross Blow” feature, is a worthy successor to the Freezer series of coolers. As of this writing, it only seems to be available from the Arctic Cooling website for around $55 US.
Excerpt: Arctic Cooling , founded in 2001, makes a wide range of products from PC cases to fans and power supplies. To most enthusiasts they are mostly known for their Freezer line of CPU coolers and their MX-2 and MX-4 thermal paste.
Conclusion: I have mixed feelings regarding the performance of the Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 CPU cooler. At first, it looked very promising with its 4 Copper heatpipes, contoured Aluminum fins, as well as the included quiet 92mm fan. I was hoping for some really good temperatures.
Excerpt: 0 Flares 0 Flares × Since opening in May 2010 we have looked at a variety of items from Arctic and we have found that their range of products often deliver high levels of performance for very little cost.