Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
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Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
22 December 2006
Conclusion: As I said, the last set of temperatures were using Arctic Cooling's ARCTIC MX1 thermal compound. In order to do a more comparative test, however, I removed the heatsink, cleaned it off, and applied AS5. Let's see if this makes any difference. I'm hoping we see some improvements, because the Mine-Cooler returned system load temperatures of 43 degrees after 7 days in my system while running prime95.
Pros: PWM wire lead for fan control, Light weight design, Cooling for voltage converters, Patented vibration absorption, Sleeved wires
Cons: Unfinished tips on the heat pipes, Single size fan, Not the coolest temps for a heat sink (with either AS5 or MX1)