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Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Pro CPU Cooler - UCACO-FZP13-BL

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  • Aluminum - 120 mm

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 3.8 x 6.3 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0047V8E1K
  • Item model number: UCACO-FZP13-BL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 31, 2011

Product Description

The Freezer 13 PRO is hitting its position at the top of the cooler performance charts. This groundbreaking CPU cooler brings a massive 300 Watts of cooling performance – more than enough for all current CPUs. Needless to say, whisper-quiet operation is guaranteed.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SuicideSid on May 24, 2011
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It has on average cooled my CPU by 10 degrees celsius. I have a Phenom II 965 (stock settings)
Stock HS Idle: 37-39 degrees C Load: 51-55 degrees C
Arctic 13 pro Idle: 28-31 degrees C Load: around 44 degrees C
*Load meaning me playing Battlefield BC2

Plus it's very quiet. The stock fan was the loudest thing in my box, but now it's my video card (8800GT). I have a new card (Gigabyte HD6850) coming in the mail. Hopefully it'll be quieter and then my whole system will be whispering.

When I OC my CPU, I will try to post new temps.

If you have a case where there's a top exhaust fan and the PSU is on the bottom, this cooler is ideal. The HS can only blow up or down the case.
One hint on install (which was simple and easy for AMD3), use a long magnetic screwdriver or place the screw in the hole before seating it. I didn't do this and I dropped the screw under the HS. I had to reseat the HS. I didn't reapply tim so hopefully this won't come to bite me. But things seems to be staying cool. Also, I recommend tightening the screws once in awhile. I won't know if you need to but I figure after awhile the screws might loosen so I am going to check its tightness from time to time.
I had no problem placing the HS over my ram (and I'm using the slot closest to CPU, but I don't think I'll be able to take out the ram without removing HS.

Overall, I'm very satisfied. It looks good and it works well.

Now if Amazon can get their (free)shipping faster!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By southleft on October 14, 2011
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This big, quiet-running heatsink/fan arrived in good condition one day earlier than expected from the seller Platinum Micro, Inc. It's easy to install; study the diagram carefully or watch a video on YouTube.com. To install the black rectangular frame for an Intel cpu make sure to insert the outer and inner pushpins with rounded edges facing towards the center of the frame (as shown in the diagram!).

Install this cooler for an Intel cpu with the fan blowing towards the rear of the case where the exhaust fan is. (Maybe you can install it facing towards the top of the case, but I didn't explore that.)

Intel's stock cooler is reasonably quiet when idling (and it has a blue light!). However, when my Core i7-965EE quad-core processor is working hard (playing a game or transcoding video) the Intel cooler becomes really noisy, whereas the Arctic Cool Freezer 13 Pro remains fairly quiet. The difference is very noticeable!

Checked cpu temperatures before and after running Prime95 tests which continually stress the processor to 100%. Ambient room temperature was approximately 20 C.
IDLE: Intel-39 C. / Arctic-32 C. UNDER LOAD: Intel-85 C. / Arctic-69 C.

My motherboard software also monitors "System" temp. of components clustered around the cpu. When at IDLE the System temp. was about the same for both coolers but the Arctic kept it a good -5 C. cooler under 100% LOAD. Not bad!

To sum up the Arctic Cool Freezer 13 Pro:

1. It will make your cpu run 6 or 8 degrees C. cooler than the stock Intel or AMD heatsink/fan that came with your cpu (processor). The temperature difference will be even greater when the processor is working hard.

2. It will be MUCH quieter when your cpu is working hard!

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This was the only place I could fine one of these as they are now out of production. I have 2 others in use and wanted this model to replace an old "7" that I was using on the old motherboard. Quick shipping and no problems with this seller.
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It's an awesome fan but it's too damn big and a little confusing to install. Other than that it's awesome. Especially for the price.
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