Scan code: LN113052 Manufacturer code: ACALP00036A

Arctic Alpine 23 Continuous Operation Compact AMD CPU Air Cooler

Arctic Alpine 23 CO Compact CPU Cooler, 90mm PWM Fan, Aluminium, Dual Ball Bearings, for Continuous Operation, AM4

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Scan code: LN113052 Manufacturer code: ACALP00036A
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Product Overview

Improved Cooling Performance Through a New Manufacturing Process

The high thermal conductivity of aluminium is fully retained in a new type of extrusion. This new production process makes it possible to manufacture a powerful and at the same time very compact radial heat sink. The particularly fine cooling fins of the new Alpine are fanned out in a Y-shape. This increases the surface area of ??the heat sink and increases the cooling capacity.


Wide Speed Range

Thanks to its new motor, the Alpine 23 CO has a very wide, PWM-controlled speed range, which reduces noise to a minimum and at the same time guarantees maximum cooling performance.


Lower Power Consumption & Low Vibration

The new Alpine 23 is powered by a revised engine, which makes it more efficient. Thanks to sinus magnetisation, the motor generates only 5% of the commutation vibrations of a conventional DC motor. Without compromising on performance, these factors save energy, lower the motor coil temperature and reduce vibrations to a minimum.


Designed for Continuous Operation

The premium quality of the Japanese double ball bearing allows continuous operation 24/7 without sacrificing performance. Impurities and high temperatures affect this bearing much less than ordinary plain or ball bearings. That is why the double ball bearing is the perfect choice if you want to ensure long-term operation.


Improved Service Life

A 10°C lower motor temperature roughly doubles the service life. Due to the low coil temperature of the new ARCTIC fan motors, the service life of the fans is around four times as long.


Pre-Applied MX-2 Thermal Compound

The already pre-applied, very high-performance MX-2 thermal compound ensures quick and clean installation.


Quick and Easy Assembly

Installation is child's play thanks to the mounting clips. The Alpine 23 is simply plugged onto the existing AMD retention modules and screwed tight.

Features

• Supports AM4 socket.
• Aluminium heatsink, with 50 Y-shaped fins.
• Pre-applied MX-2 thermal compound.
• 90mm fan rated for continous use.

Specifications
Cooler Specifications
Edition Alpine 23 CO
Cooler Form Factor Low-Profile Radial Heatsink
Heatpipes N/A
Cooler Features
  • Aluminium Fins
  • Aluminium Heatsink
Socket Compatibility AM4
Max. TDP  
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuration 1 x 90mm
Fan Edition Custom Fan/s
PWM Fan Yes
Fan Bearing Type Dual Ball Bearing
Fan Colour Black
LED Lighting N/A
Fan/Pump Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Max. Fan Speed 2000 rpm
Max. Fan Airflow  
Max. Air Pressure  
Max. Sound Level 22.5 dBA
Materials
Cooler Materials Aluminium
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material) Arctic MX-2 (Pre-Applied)
Dimensions & Weight
Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions  
Total Dimensions 121 x 65 x 98.6 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 275.5 g
Additional Information
Scan Code LN113052
Model Number ACALP00036A
GTIN 4895213702836
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
72 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ARCTIC GmbH
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