Your Account

Show/Hide BasketCheckout Now

Your Basket

0 items - total: £0.00



Arctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe Cooler - UCACO-FI30001-GB
DPD £5.48 Delivered by DPD Tue 13 Oct. Delivered to your specified address. Receive SMS with one-hour delivery window.
UPS Access Point £4.79 Collect from local shops Collect your parcel from your newsagents, petrol stations and convenience stores.
Collect Instore Free Collect Instore Place your order online and collect from our Bolton store with Q-Collect.
Weekend, timed and European delivery options are available at checkout

Arctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe Cooler

UCACO-FI30001-GB - Arctic Freezer i30 CPU DT 4 Heat Pipe Cooler with 120mm Silent Fan for Intel Socket LGA 2011/1150/1151/1155/1156

Scan Finance More options

Buy Now Pay Later - After a 10% deposit pay nothing for 9 months.


Spend between £100 and £1000 and get the goods before you pay.

UCACO-FI30001-GB - Arctic Freezer i30 CPU DT 4 Heat Pipe Cooler with 120mm Silent Fan for Intel Socket LGA 2011/1150/1151/1155/1156

Arctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe CoolerArctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe CoolerArctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe CoolerArctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe Cooler
Arctic Freezer i30 CPU Heat Pipe Cooler
Product Overview
The Freezer i30 is an enthusiast-grade CPU cooler for the latest Intel socket 2011, as well as socket 1150/1151/1155 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.
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
Socket Compatibility:
  • 1150
  • 1151
  • 1155
  • 1156
  • 2011
Approx Fan Speed:
400 - 1350 rpm
Fan Airflow:
74 CFM
Sound Level:
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller:
Fan Dimensions:
120 mm
Heatsink Dimensions:
139 x 161 x 100 mm (WxHxD)

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please click here

60 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
60 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Recommend This Product

To tell a friend about this product please fill out your name and enter their email address.

  • Send
Tek Spek
Chassis Airflow Cases >> Chassis Airflow The modern PC is potentially a mass of heat output and heat production hot spots. With CPUs rated at more than 100W of heat output, single graphics boards carrying similar ratings (and people want to run two!), multiple hard drives the norm, lots of memory and mainboards covered in heatpipes to combat toasty core logic and PWM circuits, a PC appreciably warming up a room when it’s working hard is no joke. Read Further >> Core 2 CPUs >> Core 2 There’s been a lot of hype about Intel’s Core 2 recently, even since they launched Core in fact. Words like Conroe, Badaxe and Allendale have been flying around. The bottom line is that Core 2 is the name of Intel’s latest line of CPUs, based on a new micro-architecture, designed for speed and efficiency. Read Further >> Cores CPUs >> Cores Over the course of the last year or so we’ve seen GHz become less of a focus when it comes to processors. Instead, we’re seeing a shift towards processors that do more work per clock, have larger caches, are more power efficient, and of course we’ve seen dual-core processors hit the market. So what is dual-core all about, and how does it weigh up compared to single-core? Read Further >> Intel Branding Part I CPUs >> Intel Branding Part I Intel’s been on a mission of late. That mission revolves around grouping and standardising key technologies under various banners that are designed to ensure hardware compatibility and consumer ease of use. We’ll take a closer look at three such technologies that fall under the headings of Centrino, Viiv, and vPro, respectively. Read Further >> Intel Core 2 Duo (Conroe) CPUs >> Intel Core 2 Duo (Conroe) The purpose of this TekSpek is to delineate the publicly known features of Intel’s next generation desktop microarchitecture. Codenamed Conroe and officially titled Intel Core 2 Duo, it’s loosely based on the current mobile Yonah (Core Duo) underpinnings. Read Further >> Intel Core i7-4960X CPUs >> Intel Core i7-4960X Intel's consumer CPU focus is clearly on the 4th Generation Core Processor Family, codenamed Haswell, which launched in June of this year. Offering a smattering of extra performance over last-gen Ivy Bridge but with energy efficiency very much to the fore, you'd be forgiven for thinking the range-topping Core i7-4770K is the meatiest chip around. Read Further >> Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs >> Intel Sandy Bridge Chip giant Intel launched 29 new processors on January 2011. Split between mobile and desktop chips, this TekSpek examines the underlying architecture, known as Sandy Bridge, and evaluates where the new processors fit into Intel's consumer line-up. Read Further >> Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme CPUs >> Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme It's now three years since Intel released the Core i7 processor and associated X58 chipset, making up the LGA1366 platform. Then ushering in a new era for high-performance PCs and with numbers still to be bettered by AMD's rival Bulldozer chip, Intel's has the high-end desktop market sewn up for a while. Read Further >> Overclocking Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs CPUs >> Overclocking Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs Overclocking, a term which you've probably heard used by enthusiasts and high-end system builders, involves running a hardware component at a greater speed than it was originally designed for. See how this can be achieved on the latest Sandy Bridge CPUs from Intel. Read Further >> Overclocking GPU - Graphics >> Overclocking This TekSpek explains why you’d want to overclock your graphics board, the risks in doing so and how you can go about doing it. Read Further >> How to upgrade your BIOS Motherboards >> How to upgrade your BIOS This How-2 Guide explains what BIOS is and how it can be upgraded to the latest revision. BIOS, which stands for Basic Input/Output System, is a integral software program that comes pre-loaded with your computer. Its purpose is to initially identify computer hardware and prepare the system to run other software such as operating systems. Read Further >> System Noise Reduction Sound >> System Noise Reduction Anybody who has been near their share of computer systems will appreciate that not all systems make the same amount of noise. There are a number of reasons for why this is so. Firstly, a computer makes noise for different reasons. Generally, anything mechanical is going to make noise. Read Further >>
Find Similar Products

Find similar products with the same specifications as Arctic Freezer i30 CPU DT 4 Heat Pipe Cooler with 120mm Silent Fan for Intel Socket LGA 2011/1150/1151/1155/1156 . Please choose from the list below.


Please tick the check box above

400 - 1350 rpm

Please tick the check box above

74 CFM

Please tick the check box above

Please tick the check box above


Please tick the check box above


Please tick the check box above

120 mm

Please tick the check box above

139 x 161 x 100 mm (WxHxD)

Please tick the check box above
Customer Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Cooler very good cooler.reduced my cpu temps by at least 10% very good design and well made.only downside is make sure you can fit it inside your case as with it being quite big. fastens down on the cpu very good and easy to fit.Could Do with more paste though as you don't get much with it, apart from that I recommend this product. 19 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product, works well The only thing I had a slight problem was with the lack of compound that was supplied. I did not think it was enough. Fortunately I had some in stock to make up the short fall. 01 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good value I bought this cooler while my more expensive cooler was being fixed, so this was meant just to tied my over until my bigger cooler came back, but i must say that the cpu heat was kept well under control by this cheaper cooler, so cheaper it might be be, but less effective its not, great value for the money 11 May 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 It's huge. Seriously Yeah, can't stress that enough. Other people have mentioned it, but this thing is seriously big. Largest cooler I've ever installed out of 6 builds. I bought a midi case from Scan too. Mostly because it had side, front and top fan mounts. There were some maxi cases which had the same layout, but were a good £80 more. Performance wise, my 5820k (hyper threaded hex core) idles just below 30c and barely hits 50c after a few hours of rendering/Delphi compiling. I've got 5x 120mm fans blowing in the case too so there's a lot of airflow. Overall it barely hums. The fan it comes with is alright but I'll definitely change it and up the airflow in a couple of years. The mounting instructions are pretty simple to follow, but you do need to FOLLOW them. Don't assume you can figure it out as it comes with Intel and AMD brackets, each requiring different mounts and screw connectors. Once you've figured it out it's as simple to fit as any other cooler. There is a (pathetically) small amount of thermal paste supplied. It's enough for an adequate coating, but you really need to be careful not to waste any and scrape every little bit out. That's if you don't have any paste hanging around... I didn't, unusually. Do not cheap out on chassis with this. Get a maxi case. If it doesn't fit in your house, buy a bigger house. I got a mid and, while it fits, it simply isn't big enough. 10 January 2015
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
  • 2015-10-04T12:26:22.113-05:00
  • bvseo_lps, prod_bvrr, vn_prr_5.6
  • cp-1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_10, tr_10
  • loc_en_US, sid_42541, prod, sort_default
2 next>>
Questions and Answers

Switch to Mobile View
Switch to Desktop View
Image preview