120mm Arctic Freezer 34 150W Intel/AMD Tower Air CPU Cooler
Arctic Freezer 34 Single Tower CPU Cooler, 4 Heatpipes, 1x 120mm P-Series PWM Fan, Aluminium/Copper, 150W for Intel/AMD
By DPD On 21st Aug 2019
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
The ARCTIC Freezer 34 is a Tower CPU cooler with a 120mm P-series fan. It is a powerful cooling solution for AMD & Intel CPU and recommended for CPU with a TDP up to 150 W. The pressure-optimised fans create a focused airstream for increased performance. With high-quality bearings and a new motor-generation, the fan is very quiet, efficient and durable. A 0 dB mode switches the fans to a silent passive mode with the PWM signal below 5 %.
Excellent Price-Performance Ratio
With a new pressure-optimised P-fan and its updated heat sink, the Freezer 34 offers a lot of performance for a fair price. In internal tests levelled to 28 dB(A), the Freezer 34 was able to surpass many competitors, even much bigger and more expensive double-tower cooling solutions.
New P-Fans for Increased Performance
The Freezer 34 benefits of all advantages of our new P-fan:
• High static pressure for increased cooling performance.
• 0 db fan mode below 5 % PWM.
• Broad RPM range.
• Lower power consumption.
• Less vibrations.
• Extended life span.
• High quality bearing.
• PWM PST for synchronous fan control.
Improved Heat Dissipation
Evenly spread direct-touch heat pipes and an optimised heat sink design with 54 cooling fins lead to an ideal heat dissipation for the Freezer 34.
High Performance for High-End CPU
The contact surface of the Freezer 34 heatpipes does not cover the full heatspreader, but more importantly, is right where the processor DIE is and covers even the largest versions (18 core) completely.
Easy Installation & Secure Hold
Fast and easy to install and extremely reliable, the different mounting systems are compatible with Intel and AMD sockets. Thanks to a backplate and its low weight, the Freezer 34 not only fool-proof to install, but also absolutely transport safe.
*The AM4 backplate comes with your mainboard, spare is available through our support.
Optimal RAM Compatibility
Thanks to the compact dimensions of only 124 mm x 157 mm x 86 mm, there are no restrictions when using RAM modules. Even RAM modules with larger heat sinks can be mounted without any issues and are not blocked by the CPU Cooler.
MX-4 Thermal Paste Included
The high-performance MX-4 thermal compound is included and ensures the best cooling results. Features • Compatible with Intel & AMD sockets.
• Evenly spread heat pipes ensure quick heat dissipation.
• Focused airstream for improved cooling performance.
• 0 dB Mode: Silent passive mode when PWM signal is below 5 %.
• PWM Sharing Technology (PST) regulates fan speed synchronously.
• Extended life span and less vibrations with new motor technology.
• Secure hold with backplate.
• MX-4 thermal paste included.
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||1 x 120mm|
|Fan Edition||Arctic P-Series|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||1 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||1,800 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level|
|Cooler Materials||Aluminium / Copper|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Arctic MX-4 (0.8g Sachet)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Total Dimensions||124 x 157 x 86 mm (WxHxD)|
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