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Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2
6.9 out of 10

Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2

Freezer 7 PRO Rev.2 is a desirable replacement for your generic Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2

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User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: It looked Awesome putting it in and looking at, however the looks alone will not protect my CPU from heat, for which it was designed. My system: GA-X48T-DQ6 (F6 Bios Version) My CPU: Intel XEON X3320 2.5 GHz Family 6 Model 7 Stepping 7 Ext. Model 7 Revision M1
  • Pros: Easy Installation, it came with thermal compound, easy to follow instructions, did not have to motherboard out of case.
  • Cons: FAN was not constant... most of the time it ran between 2027 rpm and 2045 rpm and drop to 30 rpm for no reason, this is a very big no no..as this could fry a CPU if left overnight :( Some times the fan would not move unless you touched it to make it move. i put this 150W rated heat sink and fan o...
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Satisfied!

Zach H., Newegg
4 weeks ago
  • Summary: Great product, I would buy again if I wasn't building a liquid cooled machine.
  • Pros: Works great, keep the cpu cool and a LOT less noise than stock fan.
  • Cons: I had a little bit of trouble with mounting the actual bracket to my socket. It ended up flush so it wasn't that big of a deal.
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Pretty good!!

Zach E., Newegg
30 June 2015
  • Summary: Soo for some of you looking for a upgrade from your stock cpu heatsink and need something good and cheap..and want to know if it will be worth the upgrade.. Here is my temp results... cpu.... Intel g3528 running @ 4.2GHz stock heatsink max temp running prime 95...
  • Pros: Good Price, High quality, Quite, Lower my cpu temp
  • Cons: None really
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CPU Cooler

DGuntz, Amazon
26 June 2015
  • Summary: The thing cools my CPU amazingly for an air cooler. And, best of all, IT'S SILENT. Even when its at full speed it's barely audible. Which is awesome. Under the most intensive loads, my CPU temps have never gotten above 50°C.
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Still working like a champ

Lauj V., Newegg
22 June 2015
  • Pros: Bought on 12-4-2008 for my Q6600. Both are still working. Only OC'd to 2.5ghz because I didn't really need it for much.
  • Cons: Really tall even compared to current heat sinks.
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Ahh.....

Richard D., Newegg
15 June 2015
  • Summary: I've long since upgraded to a Xeon E3-1235. I long for the day when AMD will return to a more competitive position regarding CPUs.
  • Pros: Mounted to an older AMD Athlon II X4 641, which isn't exactly the coolest (or fastest) CPU. That is, it's a terribly inefficient CPU. This is a very welcome cooler! Significant difference in both heat dissipation and noise versus the stock cooler.
  • Cons: About as difficult to install as any other AMD cooler.
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Being skeptical about this product was plain stupid.

Romanel Fleming, Amazon
6 June 2015
  • Summary: I was fairly skeptical in terms of what this item could do, as I previously had no experience with aftermarket CPU coolers. Before installing this cooler, my CPU was being cooled with a stock Cooler Master cooler.
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Great fan, very quiet and great performance for a 92 mm fan

J.L. "silver sky", Amazon
11 May 2015
  • Summary: This is one of the nicest CPU coolers for the price that you pay. In the past, I was using a Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus, which seems better because of 4 heatpipes compare to this cooler, which has 3.
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fitting

joshua c., Newegg
7 May 2015
  • Pros: quiet
  • Cons: putting it on can be a challenge if you have a M4A87TD EVO (AM3) as it will not fit with 4 sticks of RAM. I had to return mine for that reason.
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Seems like a very great deal

Joseph F., Newegg
6 May 2015
  • Summary: While Its fan may be misbehaving it still pushes a fair amount of air very quietly, and with some strips of paper the air can easily be forced more effectively though the fins.
  • Pros: -It can cool an AMD phenom II X4 965 BE at 4 .6 GHz with a raging 1.65 volts flowing through it without it breaking 60C! -Dirt cheap for a good heat sink. -Quiet
  • Cons: -the fan is now making no sense and claims to be spinning at 30000-80000 RPM in the BIOS, that for certain is false.
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