Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
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I'd recommend this if you're using a stock cooler still.
16 August 2010
Excerpt: If you have an intel stock cooler - bin it (well, dispose of it properly!). I was having trouble with CPU temperatures prior to buying this - my old Pentium D processor would regularly get above 60*C on full load with the sock cooler. After I'd installed this temperatures were more like 40-55*c. It's even cooler with the Core 2 Duo CPU I have now (35-50*c).
Excerpt: The Arctic Freezer 7 Pro is a great fan which provides adequate cooling for your CPU, overclocked or otherwise. When I first bought my Intel Core 2 Duo Q6600 processor, I wasn't entirely satisfied with the temp that the stock fan was giving me. The core temps were a little too high for me, so I decided to buy an aftermarket cooler. I had heard good things about this one in particular and the screenshots I saw of it looked very nice so I decided to go for it.
For the price it is astronishingly good. Highly recommended.
27 August 2008
Excerpt: Cooling fans are one of the more important components in any modern computer but at the same time are commonly overlooked by people looking at building a new computer. Long gone are the times when a centimeter slab of metal could be dropped onto your CPU, and you wouldn't have to worry about cooling; instead you're looking at strapping a block of carefully constructed aluminium that sits like a skyscraper on your motherboard and a huge fan just to stop the little silicon...
Excerpt: The Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro is an amazing heat sink; it far surpasses the stock heat sinks provided with all Intel Socket 775 processors. I paid approximately £15 for this heat sink which it is relatively cheap compared to other cooling systems on the market. Despite the price I was not disappointed. Firstly the noise reduction is huge, before I could hear my Intel fan over everything in my case, but now I only hear a slight bit of noise from my hard drive.
Why waste money on water-cooling, the Freezer 7 Pro does everything it says on the tin!
10 June 2008
Excerpt: I have to admit that I heard the hype behind this product, and I wasn't sure wht all the fuss was about...until I used one. What a great HSF! I set this up on a Gigabyte board running an Intel Core 2 Duo processor (sorry, can't remember the exact models). At the same time I bought the Freezer 7 Pro and replaced the supplied Intel HSF. The processor was overclocked from 2.4 to 3.2GHz and the Freezer 7 Pro coped brilliant with this heat surge.
Nuevo Gabinete Silentium T11 y Cooler para HDDs HC 01-TC
26 July 2010
Summary: La compañía suiza Arctic ha diseñado y anunciado hoy su nuevo gabinete mid-tower Silentium T11 y el refrigerador de discos duros HC 01-TC, siendo sus fechas programadas de lanzamiento al mercado, para octubre y agosto respectivamente. Viniendo en versiones en blanco y negro, las medidas de este gabinete fabricado totalmente en acero son de 49 (L) x 43 (H) x 19 (W) cm, y tiene cuatro bahías expuestas de 5,25 pulgadas, USB y puertos de audio (dos de cada uno) ubicados en...
Pros: excelente sistema de ventilacion y muy buen precio