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Friday, 02 March 2007 18:36

Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 LP

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Low profile from AC

Arctic cooling has launched a new low profile dual fan CPU cooler, Freezer 64 LP.

It is designed for AMD CPU on socket 939 and AM2. Three copper heat pipes transfers heat from CPU to aluminium heatsink which is cooled by two vertical fans that draw a large amount of cold air from both sides.

Because of the design Freezer 64 LP should cool surrounding chipset and voltage regulators. It operates at 30% of the noise level of the stock AMD cooler and that is even under heavy load.

 

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Freezer 64 LP is definitely the ideal cooling solution for high performance, low profile HTPC. It will be available by end of March 2007. Suggested price is USD 24, or for us in Europe EUR 20. We expect to see one rather soon.

More information at Arctic Cooling

Last modified on Friday, 02 March 2007 20:21

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