Arctic Freezer 12 Compact Semi Passive Intel/AM4 CPU Cooler

Arctic Freezer 12 Compact Single Tower CPU Cooler, 3 Heatpipes, 92mm PWM Fan, Semi Passive, Al/Cu, for Intel/AMD AM4

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Product Overview Freezer 12: Decisively Improved
The successor of the Freezer 11 series convinces all along the line with regards to noise level, cooling capacity, mounting versatility and transport-proofness. As semi passive cooler, the Freezer 12 also works extremely efficiently as the fan only starts up at a PWM signal with 40 % pulse width. Features Semi Passive Cooling
With semi passive operation the Freezer 12 provides again a special feature. A sophisticated fan controller that was developed by German engineers allows passive cooling of the CPU during simple applications such as surfing and creating documents. The 92 mm fan only starts up at a PWM signal with 40 % pulse width. This saves energy, extends the service life and makes the cooler at low load completely silent.

Innovative Ventilation
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 crushes the stock cooler performance but also leaves our Freezer 7 Pro far behind.

Optimal Compatibility
Fast and easy to install and extremely reliable, the mounting system is compatible with Intel and AMD sockets.

Easy Installation & Safe Transportation
Thanks to different mounting models for various sockets and a backplate, the Freezer 12 is not only fool-proof to install, but also absolutely transport safe.
*The AM4 backplate comes with your mainboard, spare is available through Arctic support.

Versatile Installation
Extremely versatile to fulfil your preference on the airflow pattern within the PC case, you can mount the Freezer 12 in any way you want to get the exact airflow you need.
Specifications
Cooler Specifications
Edition Freezer 12
Cooler Form Factor Compact Single Tower
Heatpipes 3
Cooler Features
  • Aluminium Fins
  • Copper Heatpipes
  • Direct Contact Heatpipes
  • Semi Passive Operation Support
Socket Compatibility
  • 1150
  • 1151
  • 1155
  • 1156
  • 2011 (Square ILM)
  • 2011-3 (Square ILM)
  • 2066 (Square ILM)
  • AM4 (Backplate Required)
Max. Recommended TDP 130W
Max. Cooling Capacity 150W
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuaration 1 x 92mm
Fan Edition Custom Fan/s
PWM Fan Yes
Fan Bearing Type Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Fan Colour White/Black
LED Lighting Colour N/A
Fan Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Approx Fan Speed 0 - 2000 rpm
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller No
Fan Airflow  
Air Pressure  
Sound Level (dB)  
Sound Level (Sone) 0.3 Sone
Materials
Fan Material Plastic
Heatsink Material Aluminium / Copper
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material) Arctic MX-4 (0.8g Sachet)
Dimensions & Weight
Fan Dimensions  
Heatsink Dimensions  
Total Dimensions 108 x 130 x 90 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 480 g
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Arctic Freezer 12 Compact Semi Passive Intel/AM4 CPU Cooler
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