Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Cooling Freezer A30
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ARCTIC Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 has been amazing so far!
16 January 2015
Summary: The ARCTIC Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 was the perfect after market CPU cooler for me. I was using my stock AMD-6300 cooler for a while and noticed that the CPU would get hot under heavy loads. I was running at about 65 degrees Celsius under a heavy load (Skyrim with background programs running).
Summary: My stock cpu fan could only keep my amd quad core in the 91 degree area, with this sucker it took it down to 60-61 degrees and with a load on it only gets up to 68 degrees f. great deal, works great.
Summary: Cool quite operation. Bring the temperature down to 30 deg centigrade. But be ready to sacrifice the memory slots. Two if you are using duel in line memory It needs to be trimmed by about 5 mm so as to save the memory slot
Summary: Recently installed the A30 on an ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0 mobo -w- an AMD FX 6200 processor. Very pleased with the performance over the stock heat-sink / fan that came with the AMD chip. Stock heat-sink was idling around 32c with the CPU over-clocked to 4.1 GHZ.
Excerpt: I purchased this cooler for a AMD FX8320 because as others have said the stock cooler is inadequate and noisy. The system is much cooler and quieter and no longer in danger of overheating. The cooler is very large so I had to purchase a new case to accommodate it.
Excerpt: This is a good replacement for a stock cooler at a price that is affordable. It is very big so you need to make sure you are checking the max. cooler size restrictions of your case but it has just about fit in my Cooler Master K380.
Excerpt: I just bought an AMD FX 8350 CPU with new motherboard. I tried the stock cooler and a slightly bigger Akasa AK-875 cooler but with the excellent Core Temp utility & gadget I was getting core temperatures above 70C.