I still remember the early days when I began building. My first aftermarket CPU cooler was the Arctic Cooling Freezer 64. At the time, it was hands down the best bang-for-the-buck cooler for an AMD machine. Much has changed since then, but still Arctic has been putting out coolers in that value "sweet spot." Their Freezer 13 provides some nostalgia for me, as it's not so different from the one I owned long ago... a budget cooler providing significantly better performance than stock coolers.
The Freezer 13 carries the legacy of the renowned Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2. With 4 high-performance heatpipes the cooler brings 200 Watts cooling performance – enough to cool down every current CPU, all the while being extremely silent.
Superior Cooling Capacity
With detailed engineering design, the Freezer 13 is comprised of four U-shaped high performance heatpipes and 45 efficiently formed aluminum fins. The maximum cooling capacity for this cooler is 200W and is able to dissipate massive heat produced in highend CPUS, such as Intel Core i7
Operated with a 92mm PWM fan, the entire running operation remains whisper quiet, even at full load. The fan speed normally runs from 600 to 2000 RPM, which is sufficient to maintain your CPU at an ideal temperature.
The Freezer 13 features wide compatibility with AMD and Intel sockets. Its simple mounting system is designed to fit all current CPU platforms which makes this cooler to have a broad usability and takes overclocking to a new level
The unique mounting system via push pins offers excellent stability and is applicable within minutes. The pre-applied ARCTIC MX-4 thermal compound makes the installation a quick and clean process.
|Max. Cooling Capacity||200|
|Dimensions (Product)||123 L x 96 W x 130 H mm|
|Dimensions (Packaging)||126 L x 103 W x 140 H mm|
|Limited Warranty||6 years|
|Rated Fan Speed||600 - 2000 RPM, (PWM Controlled)|
|Airflow||36,4 CFM / 61.8 m³/h|
|Product Net Weight||0.695 kg|
|Gross Weight||0.8 kg|
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