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ARTIC Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 CPU Cooler

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Technical Details
Item Weight467 g
Product Dimensions10.9 x 9.5 x 12.5 cm
Item model numberDCACO-FP701-CSA01
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,959 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight581 g
Date First Available22 Sep 2009

Product Description

Highlights: ·For AM2, AM2+, AM3, 1156, 1366, 775 Socket ·Incl. 92 cm PWM-fans

Technical Specifications: Air flow rate: 77 m³/h · Connection: 4-Pin · Fan dimensions: 92 mm · Fan speed: 900-2500 rpm · Heatsink dimensions: 104 x 126 x 58 mm · Heatsink material: Aluminium · PC base: AMD AM2, AMD AM2+, AMD AM3, AMD AM3+, AMD FM1, Intel® 775, Intel® 1366, Intel® 1156, Intel® 1155 · Sound emission: 20 dBA · Suitable for: All models · Type of bearing: Hydraulic bearing · Weight: 520 g

Description: The Freezer 7 Pro Rev. 2 is an improved version of the famous Freezer 7 Pro. Due to the flexible design of the holder, the cooler is compatible with the Intel core i7 and Core i5, and as well as with AMD Socket AM3. With the ultra-quiet 92mm fan and the 6 heat pipes is the Freezer 7 Pro Rev. 2 one of the most effective and quietest CPU cooler for you.

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Cooler 4 Mar 2010
By J. Pegg
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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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
By Alec
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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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent cooler - take care when fitting 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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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Moderately easy to install, comes with installation step by step diagrams. It took me about 7 minutes to install. The thermal paste is
preapplied to the contact base. I am running AMD 955 quad core with this cooler. This cooler is slightly worse in cooling as compared to the cooler(stock) which came with my processor. My CPU's idle temperature was 50C with the stock cooler and now is 53C with this cooler. And my CPU's under load temperature was 70C with stock cooler and with this cooler is 74C. i used Prime 95 to measure the load temperature. The reason i like this cooler is that its very quite as compared to the AMD stock cooler, which as noisy as a Jet engine LOL. This cooler runs at a nice 1700 to 1900 rpm, where as AMD stock cooler was doing over 6500 rpm under load and 4300 rpm at idle. Why this cooler is not very effective in cooling is i think because the contact base to CPU is small it dosent cover the whole of the AMD 955 Quad core CPU. Still i have overclocked the CPU from 3200MHZ to 3800MHZ. I am not worrying about the temperatures because i have successfully overclocked the CPU and it runs stable.
I am keeping this cooler because its whisper quite and its easy to clean. The fan is removable and the fins and the fan can be easily cleaned. I have never used after market CPU coolers before, so i am not sure how long the fan will last, but the whole cooler is well designed and looks and feels strong. The build quality is good. You will get a very good product for the relative price. It comes in a plastic packing which i think is not very safe. Should have come in a cardboard box but my cooler arrived in all perfect condition.
Overall Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro rev 2 is a nice budget CPU cooler.
I recommend this product for its quite operation and so so cooling.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good cooler 23 Mar 2010
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Used this cooler with an AMD Phenom II 965 on a GA-MA790GPT-UD3H socket AM3 motherboard. As other reviewers have said its a touch tricky to install. Would recommend loosely attaching the AMD lugs first, then slotting then over the mounting plates and tightening. Much easier. This cooler also comes with pre-applied thermal paste. Cpu temperature is around 32C idle now down from 42C. The fan is also ultra quiet!

Please note that on AMD motherboards this cooler can only be mounted in 2 directions - with the cooler fan either pointing towards the top of the case or the bottom. On Intel motherboards the cooler can be mounted in all 4 directions.

The only problem I had - and this is due to the motherboard/memory type I use - is that the cooler half covered my DDR3 memory module 1 slot. If the cooler could be mounted in all 4 directions this would not be an issue - but as it the broadest part of the cooler comes very close to the first memory slot on my motherboard. I had to move my memory sticks to modules 3 and 4 as the heat spreader on my DDR3 sticks wouldn't fit with the cooler. No big deal to me because I'm only running on 4GB but might be to some people. In case your wondering I'm using 'Kingston 1600Mz DDR3 NonECC DIMM K2' memory sticks.

All in all it's a good cooler.
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Always use these in my builds now, excellent cooling and they're near on silent is use.
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