Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP
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3 June 2008
Excerpt: In the past we looked at several small HTPC inspired coolers and walked away from all of them dissatisfied with the performance they achieved. Some of the coolers were outright dangerous for the applications claimed by the manufacturer and we needed to make it clear that such a small cooler was not really intended for flagship, "Extreme" processors.
Conclusion: The Freezer 7 proved to be more than a standard cooling solution. It proved to be a good one, keeping the temperature levels low without producing too much noise and without pushing everything else inside the PC case to the sides in order to fit. The F7 is a small enough heatsink, with a quite small fan rotating at 2500 RPM, 2 copper heat-pipes and aluminum fins. All these combine flawlessly and give the best outcome one can expect from a cooler of this size.
Pros: Very good thermal dissipation, Easy to install