Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2
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This looks well made
Gene G., Newegg
1 week ago
Summary: Shipping was fast.Good job Newegg.
Pros: I havent needed to use it yet but I did plug it in to make sure the fan works.It does and I like the quality of it.What I like is the packaging and how nice it was protected.When I put it back in the package I couldnt believe how easy that was.I have tried to repackage things before and its like Rubiks Cube.Reading the Egg feedback I feel comfortable that this is a good product.
Summary: I purchased this cooler to replace the stock AMD cooler, and I am greatly impressed! Was keeping my CPU right under max temp, but was fixed by turning off "Cool and Quiet" and setting to max RPM. Decreased my temps enough to put a decent overclock.
Pros: -Silent running at full load right beside me on my desk -Efficient cooling capacity, keeps my FX-6350 under 60 degrees Celsius overclocked to 4.4Ghz -Rather small, doesn't block my RAM slots on my mobo -Doesn't stress my board with its weight
Summary: I mounted mine onto a 4th gen. Xeon and it has it running super cool and the fan is quiet. My temps are around 20 degrees C. The pre-applied thermal compound is the best. I have Arctic Silver 5 but decided not to use it and won't need to. The MX-2 that it comes with is sufficient. Also I've had these in the past before they were Rev. 2 and always liked how nice they make them and how good they work. I can see it lasting for a longtime.
Pros: Easy to mount, lightweight, very quiet, cools very good, low cost.
Pros: It keeps my AMD CPU cool and is pretty quiet. That's important since my PC sits on my desk right next to me. This replaced a stock CPU cooler and I was able to install it without having to remove the motherboard from the case.
Cons: It's rather wide and may intrude on your RAM modules. If you have low profile RAM it shouldn't be a problem though.