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ARCTIC Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 - 150 Watt Multicompatible Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD and Intel Sockets

by Arctic
486 customer reviews
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  • 150 Watt Cooling performance at a low noise level of 0.5 sone even at full load
  • 45 fins, 3 double-sided copper heatpipes and the pre-applied MX-2 high performance thermal compound improve the heat transfer from the CPU
  • 92 mm PWM controlled fan with a fan speed of 900 - 2,200 RPM
  • Compatible with AMD Sockets FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, 939, 754; Intel Sockets 1366, 1150, 1156, 1155 and 775
  • Easy and versatile installation - 4 mounting directions for Intel Sockets - 2 mounting directions for AMD Sockets
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ARCTIC Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 - 150 Watt Multicompatible Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD and Intel Sockets + Arctic Cooling MX-4 4g Thermal Compound + Arctic Silver ArctiClean Thermal Material Remover & Surface Purifier 60ml Kit
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Technical Details
BrandArctic
Item Weight467 g
Product Dimensions10.9 x 9.5 x 12.5 cm
Item model numberDCACO-FP701-CSA01
  
Additional Information
ASINB002G392ZI
Best Sellers Rank 1,388 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight558 g
Date First Available22 Sept. 2009
  
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Product Description

CompatibilityIntel Socket:
AMD Socket:
Max. Cooling Performance:

 
1366, 1156, 1155, 775
FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, 2600, 939,754
150 Watts
HeatsinkHeatpipes: Ø 6 mm x 3 / Aluminum Fins x 45 (Thickness: 0.4 mm)



 
FanDiameter:
Fan Speed:
Noise Level:
Current / Voltage:
Airflow:
Power Consumption:
92 mm
900 - 2,200 RPM (Controlled by PWM)
0.5 Sone @ 2,200 RPM
0.25 A / +12V DC
45 CFM / 77 m³/h
2.64 Watts Max.


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4.3 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By PJHAT on 15 April 2011
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My second, both fitted to a Gigabyte GA-H55M-UD2H, socket 1156, motherboards. The instructions are awful - but luckily I found an excellent YouTube video showing how to fit this exact cooler. Both base and the cooler are very easy to fit once you get the knack of removing the fan in order to screw the cooler onto the base. So much easier than the older push-and-click coolers where I always worried I'd crack the motherboard.
However, with the fan removed, don't rush screwing the cooler onto its base - it's rather easy to fit the cooler the wrong way round (fan should blow through, towards the case's rear exhaust fan). It cools very well, it's almost silent, the pre-applied thermal compound saves time and money, it's maybe a bit close to the RAM on this board but OK and it's excellent value for money.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By J. Pegg on 4 Mar. 2010
This is a good cooler. I've matched it up with a AMD Phenom II 955 on a GA-M720-US3 motherboard. It's a bit tricky to install because you have to screw the heatsink into two loose clips. You have to put a bit of pressure on the metal bit to get the screw to match up and meet the clips. Once screwed tight its stable and does a great job at cooling. Initial temperature was 45C, the dropped down to 28C on second boot, due to the pre-applied TIM settling down.

A must buy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Roberton TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Sept. 2012
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As my standard cooling fan on my Intel i5 was beginning to get a bit too noisy, plus the fact that it wasn't really up to the job it had to do - more powerful software was putting pressure on the CPU - the time had come to upgrade the cooler. This cooler, the "Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 CPU Cooler" looked to be a good deal and after reading several reviews and checking out the fitting of it on youtube, I ordered it. It came quickly and very well packaged.

Let me say at this point that this cooler is quite big, far bigger than the cooler I removed. At first I was a bit concerned it wouldn't fit in my full sized case, but it fits well, just. It really is a bit of a monster.

Fitting the cooler was far easier than I thought it would be. I advise you to go onto youtube and put in "fitting a the arctic cooling freezer 7 pro" and you will find several videos available. I looked at three and one was particularly useful as it explained every step simply - I am a simple minded soul. Indeed it took less than 20 minutes to remove my old cooler, clean the CPU of the paste and installing the new cooler - the Arctic even comes with the paste already applied, brilliant.

Once fitted, I closed the computer and switched on, but there was a problem, so I left it for a while and came back later to discover that windows (7) would not boot up. Blast I thought, not this. So I switched off and tried again and, "Hey Presto" it all booted perfectly, problem solved.

In use the cooler is a lot quieter than the standard one I replaced, indeed the whole computer is quieter even when I am getting the most out of my CPU.

At this price it is a 'no brainer' - just make sure your computer case is a large one, otherwise you may have problems fitting it in. For me this is perfect for my almost three year old desktop.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Goncalves on 5 May 2011
I installed this cooler last evening and felt compelled to write this review.

This is an excellent cooler at a very attractive price. I installed it on a Gigabyte motherboard, to cool my overclocked Intel Quad Core Q6600 that was running at 3.15GHz (from stock 2.4GHz) and at a temperature of 60º Celsius (idle) and 80º Celsius under 100% load. Additionally, I installed an Arctic Cooling Arctic F12 Pro PWM Case Fan case cooler. The case is an Antec Sonata III 500 Super Mini Tower Quiet PC Case (Piano Black) (0761345-08143-6). Once I finished installing both CPU cooler and case fan, I turned on the computer and ran some benchmarks to make give the CPU a 100% load. The temperature never went above 36º Celsius idle and 55º Celsius with 100% load.

The reason I say it is at least 10º Celsius cooler (and not 24º which is the overall decrease in temperature), is because the case fan is also helping. My hard drives are also operating at least 12º cooler than before, which means that the internal case temperature is lower. For less than 20 pounds, this is a great upgrade if you want to overclock your intel processor.

Installation:
My first impression when I saw this cooler was that it was huge and probably difficult to fit. I was only partly right. It really is significantly bigger than the stock cooler, but it is actually much easier to fit than Intel's cooler. I always had difficulty securing the fixation pegs with the stock cooler. The design of Artic's Freezer 7 Pro is a much smarter one and makes installation a breeze...
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51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Alec on 15 Feb. 2012
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Done the video showing what you get and how to install on a AMD cpu. I didn't use the pre-applied Arctic Silver MX2, I prefer the Arctic Silver 5, also I wanted a better comparison between my stock cooler and this using the same compound. You can see when I attached the cooler I had a small amount of thermal paste located in the centre on the CPU. I've had it installed for 4 weeks now.

To start with the temps I'm getting compared to the stock cooler are not bad, about 8c cooler on full load over 30min, On idle a drop of about 10c which I'm pleased with. The fan is a lot quieter than the AMD stock cooler fan, but is not silent, It's a gentle hmmmm in the background on idle. As you've seen in the video, orientation of where the fan blows on a AMD setup is tricky, blow up towards the PSU or blow down towards the graphics card. I installed blowing down to start with, this was ok but increased temps a bit understandably on my graphics card, so remounted blowing up towards the PSU, the problem was, that the hot air caused the PSU's fan to cut into full speed as it thought it was over heating, which is rather loud. If you have a top mounted exhaust fan this wont be a problem I suspect, but for me, its back to blowing air down again. Overall I think it was a good buy, cools my Phenom II 955 slightly overclocked, better than the stock, looks great in the case if you have a clear side, with an AMD setup there is a chance you might loose one of you're memory slots (its very tight on mine), worth measuring up. The only thing to really criticise is the orientation of the fan as mentioned earlier. The reason its getting 4 stars and not 5.

Apologies if the video has to many edits or jumps around, had to reduce in size so could upload and it not taking a week to do so.......
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