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Arctic Freezer 11i CPU Cooler with 92mm RPM PWM Fan for Intel 115x/2011/2066 CPU Up to 150 Watts

Arctic Freezer 11i Silent CPU Cooler with 92mm RPM PWM Fan for Intel 115x/2011/2066 CPU Up to 150 Watts

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Product Overview The ARCTIC Freezer i11 is a performance CPU cooler specifically for Intel CPU's. Incorporating an Arctic 92mm fan with vibration absorption rubber mounts means even at its maximum cooling performance, it is virtually silent.

With three double sided direct touch heat pipes and a large 45 fin surface area the cooling dissipation of the i11 is unbeatable for its size and price.

Based on the Freezer 7 Pro, the Freezer i11 has been improved airflow, cooling performance, noise level and transport-proofness. Whether you are an expert at installing electronics or this is your first time; the Freezer i11 is just a few minutes away from being installed.






Airflow Reinvented
Fluidic analysis and long testing hours allowed us to push the fan efficiency boundary further. This is leading to greater airflow and cooling at lower noise level; which not only mutilates the stock cooler performance but also leaves our Freezer 7 Pro far behind



Features Virtually Silent
PWM control and efficient cooling allow a very low fan speed and thus a silent cooler without the worry of an overheating CPU. Rubber spacers between fan and heatsink eliminate any rattle or vibration sound


Transport-Proof
Incorporating a functional, secure backplate to the installation allows this cooler to be one of the safest. Whether you need to move your PC around or leave it in one place, you can rest your mind knowing that the Freezer i11 will always be safely attached to your CPU.

Multi-directional mounting
Extremely versatile to fulfil your preference on the airflow pattern within the PC case, you can mount the Freezer i11 in any way you want to get the exact airflow you need.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
60 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
60 months
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Arctic Freezer 11i CPU Cooler with 92mm RPM PWM Fan for Intel 115x/2011/2066 CPU Up to 150 Watts
Arctic Freezer 11i CPU Cooler with 92mm RPM PWM Fan for Intel 115x/2011/2066 CPU Up to 150 Watts