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Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156 - UCACO-FI30001-GB
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Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156

UCACO-FI30001-GB - Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU DT 4 Heat Pipe Cooler with 120mm Silent Fan for Intel Socket LGA 2011/1155/1156

Scan Code: LN42541

Manufacturer Code: UCACO-FI30001-GB

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UCACO-FI30001-GB - Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU DT 4 Heat Pipe Cooler with 120mm Silent Fan for Intel Socket LGA 2011/1155/1156

Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156
Arctic Cooling Freezer i30 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA 2011Freezer i30 also for socket 1155/1156

Product Overview

The Freezer i30 is an enthusiast-grade CPU cooler for the latest Intel socket 2011, as well as socket 1155 and 1156. Patented technologies, direct touch heatpipes, precision machining, a fan vibration absorption and a brand new mounting system offers you plenty of overclocking headroom at a minimal noise level.

Features

Direct Touch Heatpipe Heatsink
The Freezer i30 heatsink consists of 4 double-sided direct touch heatpipes, 8mm in diameter. A patented process (20 2011 000 71.8) allows us to pack the heatpipes without gaps and thus increase the contact surface and achieve better flatness by precision machining – both leading to an improved heat transfer.

Efficient Heat Dissipation
As a combined result of the 4 direct touch heatpipes, 48 Aluminum fins, an interchangeable 120 mm PWM Fan (ARCTIC F12 PWM), and the famous ARCTIC MX-4 thermal compound (included), the Freezer i30 offers superior cooling performance with a maximum cooling capacity of 320 Watts and lots of headroom for overclocking.

Virtually Silent
Due to the low-noise impeller of the ARCTIC F12 PWM fan and the rubber vibration absorbers, the Freezer i30 generates a negligible noise level of only 0.3 Sone even at full speed (1,350 RPM). Furthermore, as controlled by PWM signal, this fan runs only at the optimized speed based on actual needs, which in turns minimizes the noise level further.

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:Arctic CoolingMaterial:Aluminium
Socket Compatibility:1155
1156
2011
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller:No
Approx Fan Speed:400 - 1350 rpmFan Dimensions:120 mm
Fan Airflow:74 CFMHeatsink Dimensions:139 x 161 x 100 mm (WxHxD)
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Details

Duration: 12 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 28 days

RTB Period: 1 months

Manufacturer Contact Details

Manufacturer: SCAN

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good value cooler I have used several different after market coolers, all of which are branded makes - Zalman, Coolermaster, Thermaltake, Prolimatech, and now this one. This cooler is pretty easy to fit, although it is always worth checking the orientation of the provided fan since the instructions illustrate a rather bemusing position. Placing the cooling intake fan right in front of the exhaust fan.......which means no airflow. Confusing that. But switch it 180 degrees and things are much better. Since that is the only "gripe" I have with it, I think 5 stars is warranted. Build quality is fantastic, cooling performance is very good especially given the price. Highly recommended.....if you have the cash to burn then opt for a Prolimatech Megahalems cooler.....the very best I have ever used - this is a great second choice though. 06 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by It's a piece of cake to fit, very quiet and has knocked about 10-15 degrees off the running temp of the CPU. Recommended. It's a piece of cake to fit, very quiet and has knocked about 10-15 degrees off the running temp of the CPU. Recommended. 15 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to fit, Quiet Fan Fitted 2 of these this week, very easy fan and cooler to install . A Little fiddly with the sticky pads (needed a sharp knife to do a good job) on the risers but a straight forward install. I Recommend you read the info for wind flow direction before fitting. 07 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quiet efficient cooler Quite easy to assemble and install, most fiddly task is the application of the thermal paste. All works as specified, though I haven't pushed it to any extreme. Seems to do a good job, and quietly. 31 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Faultless product, but very large Title says it all, great product, just ensure you can fit it in your case. I had to remove an internal case fan to get it to fit my reasonably large case. 05 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cold enogh for snow I used this cooler in my new build HTPC which consists of Antec fusion max remote case, Intel 3770K Cpu,Gigabyte Z77D3H m/b,16gb 4x4gb Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3 12800 -1600MHZ Sound Blaster Z and Gigabyte 6670 gpu 2gig going through a Onkyo TX-NR AV Amplifier terminating at 42" display the system runs all day long at 37-42 deg C thanks to the i30 great piece of kit would recommend 27 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simple, quiet and easy to fit cooler. Much better than any stock cooler that comes with your new shiny CPU None, just take your time with the instructions that comes with it and your sorted 25 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by So far I've impressed. Looks nice and keeps cpu cool. CHECK THE SIZES, it's a bit of a monster!! 22 March 2013
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