Scan code: LN145440 Manufacturer code: ACFRE00121A

Arctic Freezer 36 Intel/AMD CPU Cooler

Arctic Freezer 36 CPU Air Cooler, 2x120mm P12 Fans, Aluminium Fins, Copper Heatpipes, LGA1700/1851, AM4/5

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Scan code: LN145440 Manufacturer code: ACFRE00121A
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    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.

Product Overview

High-Class Finish with Aluminium Top Plate

With its push-pull configuration, the Freezer 36 not only impresses with its efficient cooling performance, but also with its design. The soldered ends of the heatpipes are concealed by the screwed aluminium cover, allowing it to blend seamlessly into any PC setup and highlight both performance and appearance.


Performance-Optimised Successor

Internal tests have shown that the Freezer 36 not only offers significant improvements compared to its predecessor models, the Freezer 35 and the still popular Freezer 34 eSports DUO, but also against competitor coolers. The simplified assembly and increased performance make it suitable for beginners as well as an upgrade option. The tests were conducted in our HK lab; all coolers ran at full speed.


Future-Proof Compatibility

The Freezer 36 is multi-compatible with Intel and AMD sockets. Intel will release the new Arrow Lake processors on the LGA1851 socket in the future. ARCTIC customers don't need to worry that the new CPUs will also require new coolers. We guarantee full compatibility. All Freezer 36 can be used with the new LGA1851 socket from Intel without limitation.


Improved Fan Mounting

Thanks to the innovative mounting system, booth fans are effortlessly mounted in the heatsink using a click system. This mounting method eliminates the need for fan clips, making it easier to install the cooler or replace the fans, even if the cooler is already installed. The Freezer 36 is therefore compatible with most 120 mm fans.


LGA1851 | LGA1700 Contact Frame

Intel's Independent Loading Mechanism (ILM) deforms the CPU by pressing it into the socket at two points with over 40 kg. This causes pressure in the PCB, the DIE and the solder layer between the DIE and IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader). With high thermal load, this can lead to long-term problems. The patent-pending mounting frame from ARCTIC does not deform the CPU, reduces the mechanical load on the CPU massively, is quick and easy to install and allows the cooler to be screwed onto the CPU's backplate. As a result, mechanical stress on the mainboard and CPU is minimised, cooling performance remains consistent and installation is quick and uncomplicated.


High-Quality Bearing

Thanks to a combination of alloy and lubricant developed in Germany, friction within the bearing is minimised and greater efficiency is achieved. In addition to preventing lubricant loss, wear on the pin and sleeve is also minimised. In this way, less heat is generated, less bearing noise is produced and the service life of the fan is significantly extended.


Optimised Heatsink

The fins of the heatsink are open at the side and allow the pull fan to draw additional cool air out of the pc case through the heatsink. This side-flow design achieves even more efficient ventilation.


P-Fans with High Static Pressure

ARCTIC relies on the proven P fans, which are known for their powerful performance. The P series is particularly suitable for use on heat sinks and radiators. Due to the dense fin structure of heat sinks, the fans used achieve significantly better performance than fans designed for airflow thanks to their high static pressure.


Large Selection of Variants

The Freezer 36 is available in five different versions, all equipped with two fans in a push-pull configuration. In addition to the standard model with aluminium heatsink design, a version with a black heatsink is also available. For continuous operation, there is also the CO version, which is equipped with fans with double ball bearings. Alternatively, users can choose between a black and a white version with A-RGB fans.


Quality You Can Rely On

To ensure the longevity of our products, we carry out long-term tests under different, sometimes very adverse conditions. In this way, we learn how we can permanently improve our products for our customers. In addition, the excellent results of long-term testing give us the assurance that our products are not only outstanding in terms of quality, but also in terms of durability. This is a certainty that we are happy to pass on to our customers, which is why we give a 6-year manufacturer's guarantee.

Features


• Intel Socket: LGA1851, LGA1700.
• AMD Socket: AM5, AM4.
• Heat Pipes: 4.
• Number of Fins: 59.
• Fin Thickness: 0.4mm.
• Fans: 2x P12 PWM PST.
• Fan Size: 120mm.
• Fan Speed: 200 - 1800 rpm.
• Fan Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing.

Specifications
Cooler Specifications
Edition Freezer 36
Cooler Form Factor Single Tower
Heatpipes 4
Cooler Features
  • Aluminium Fins
  • Copper Heatpipes
Socket Compatibility
  • 1700
  • AM4
  • AM5
Max. TDP  
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuration 2 x 120mm
Fan Edition Arctic P-Series
PWM Fan No
Fan Bearing Type Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Fan Colour Black
LED Lighting  
Fan/Pump Connectors 1 x 4-pin PWM
Max. Fan Speed 1800 rpm
Max. Fan Airflow  
Max. Air Pressure  
Max. Sound Level  
Materials
Cooler Materials  
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)  
Dimensions & Weight
Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions  
Total Dimensions 126 x 159 x 104 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 890 g
Additional Information
Scan Code LN145440
Model Number ACFRE00121A
GTIN 4895213704120
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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