Arctic Freezer 50 TR Dual-tower Addressable RGB AMD sTR4 Threadripper CPU Cooler
Arctic Freezer 50 TR Dual-tower CPU Cooler, Addressable RGB, 8 Heatpipes, 1x120mm + 1x140mm PWM Fan, AMD sTR4 ONLY
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FREEZER 50 TR
The ARCTIC Freezer 50 TR is a dual-tower CPU cooler with two P-series fans in push-pull configuration. It is an extremely powerful cooling solution for the AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPU, capable of efficiently and quietly cooling CPUs of 32 cores and beyond. The Freezer 50 TR is also ARCTIC’s first CPU cooler equipped with fully addressable RGB, granting you totally customisable illumination and unique colour combinations for your PC.
A-RGB for Full Colour Control
The 13 A-RGB LEDs installed in the Freezer 50 TR are autonomously controllable. We are compatible with the common RGB standards of leading motherboard manufacturers for the simplest possible use. The Freezer 50 TR can therefore be fully illuminated directly via the RGB mainboard connection or via an external controller and synchronised with the lighting of other hardware.
Dual Tower Design And 8 Heatpipes
The massive asymmetrical twin-tower CPU cooler offers more cooling surface, and together with its eight U-shaped Direct-Touch Heatpipes, ensures better heat distribution and faster heat dissipation. This enables the highest possible cooling performance and makes the Freezer 50 TR one of the most powerful air coolers for AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper.
The Freezer 50 TR features two P-fans working in push-pull configuration. Combining a 120 mm and a 140 mm fan leads to an increase in airflow for improved cooling, while keeping the noise level and the installation height down.
High Performance for the High-End CPU
The contact surface of the Freezer 50 TR heatpipes do not cover the full heatspreader, but more importantly, it is right there where the processor die is and covers even the largest versions completely.
Since the Freezer 50 TR is built for maximum performance, including a massive heatsink, it does not have limitless RAM clearance. There is a recommended maximum memory module height of 37.5 mm. This stipulation is mainly due to the tip on the underside of the Freezer 50 TR, which means modules that exceed this height could still be compatible if they have V-shaped or centrally recessed heatsinks.
• Broad RPM range
• Lower power consumption
• Less vibration
• Extended life span
• High quality bearing
• PWM for synchronous fan/pump control
|Edition||FREEZER 50 TR|
|Cooler Form Factor||Dual Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||
|Fan Edition||Arctic P-Series|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||2 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||1800 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level||24.5 dBA|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions||149.5 x 165 x 147.8 mm (WxHxD)|
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