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Sunday, 08 March 2009 20:35

Arctic Cooling shows off new coolers

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Cebit 2009: Well, more improved than new

 

In our humble opinion, Arctic Cooling had one of the best designed booths, and although the company had “new” products, they’re more like improved versions of the existing ones. The most notable are Alpine 11 and Freezer Extreme Rev. 2.

Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 series got socket 1156 support, meaning you’ll be able to use them with Core i5 series of processors. 

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Freezer Xtreme got LGA1156 and LGA1366 support in its Revision 2. Edition, and you can see it on the picture below.

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