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Arctic Freezer 7 Pro V2 CPU Cooler for Intel & AMD CPU's - DCACO-FP701-CSA01
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Arctic Freezer 7 Pro V2 CPU Cooler for Intel & AMD CPU's

DCACO-FP701-CSA01 - Arctic Freezer 7 Pro v2 S775/115x/1366/AM3/AM2+/AM2/939 Up to 130 Watts

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DCACO-FP701-CSA01 - Arctic Freezer 7 Pro v2 S775/115x/1366/AM3/AM2+/AM2/939 Up to 130 Watts

Arctic Freezer 7 Pro V2 CPU Cooler for Intel & AMD CPU's
Arctic Freezer 7 Pro V2 CPU Cooler for Intel & AMD CPU's
Product Overview
The Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 is the upgraded version of the renowned Freezer 7 Pro.

S1366/1150/51/55/56/775/AM3/AM2+/AM2/939 Up to 130 Watts!

With the flexible mounting design, this version is compatible with the Intel Core i7, Core i5, as well as AMD Socket AM3. Featuring an ultra quiet 92mm fan and 6 heatpipes, the Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 is one of the most efficient and quiet CPU coolers for power users
Features
• Compatible with Intel Core i7 and Core i5, as well as AMD sockets
• Excellent cooling performance - 130 Watts
• Ultra quiet 92mm PWM fan
• 6 heatpipes and 42 fins for efficient heat dissipation
• Patented vibration absorption to eliminate buzzing sounds
• Pre-applied ARCTIC MX-2
• Easy installation
Technical Specification
General
Manufacturer:
Arctic
Edition:
 
Cooler Form Factor:
 
Heatpipes:
 
Cooler Features:
 
Socket Compatibility:
  • 1150
  • 1151
  • 1155
  • 1156
  • 1366
  • 775
  • 939
  • AM2/AM2+
  • AM3
Included Fan Configuaration:
 
Fan Edition:
 
PWM Fan:
No
Fan Bearing Type:
 
Fan Colour:
 
LED Lighting Colour:
 
Fan Connectors:
 
Approx Fan Speed:
900 - 2500 rpm
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller:
No
Fan Airflow:
45 CFM
Air Pressure:
 
Sound Level (dB):
 
Sound Level (Sone):
 
Max. Recommended TDP:
 
Max. Cooling Capacity:
 
Fan Material:
 
Heatsink Material:
Copper
Fan Dimensions:
107 x 43.5 x 96 mm mm
Heatsink Dimensions:
104 x 58 x 126.5 mm mm (WxHxD)
Total Dimensions:
 
Weight:
 
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Details
Duration:
60 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
60 months
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Customer Reviews
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really well designed and a bit of a bargain. Very simple to install - much simpler that the Gelid cooler I've installed - and very secure once in place. Quiet and cool in operation. In the immortal words of Jerry Pournelle - recommended! (I guess that last comment dates me...) 06 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Don't ponder just buy!! excellent! It reduced the temps of my G3258 processor over 10 Celsius runs quiet I strongly recommend 14 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by simply the best cpu cooler around Ive used many cpu coolers over the years,however the freezer 7 pro ( both rev2.0 and rev1.0 ) stands out from the crowd firstly theres the mounting system ... this allows effortless installation of the cooler and can be done by the most novice pc builder then theres performance .. the cpu temps with this cooler are as good as many closed loop water coolers and can cool core i3,5,7,s and all amd cpu,s ( except for the FX9000 series with the 220w tdp ) overall a highly impressive cooler and I highly recommend it to any system builder 12 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good and silent cooler! I bought this cooler for aa core 2 duo cpu, as didn't want to spend too much on it. With my surprise it's very silent and keep the temperature lower than expected. 23 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very easy to fit cooler for good price Fitted one of these to the new skylake i5. Very easy to fit with no hassle. Temperatures very stable and not too high under full load approx 60 degrees. 17 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cheap and affective cooling Its a pretty good fan. I couldn't hear any noise or anything and it keeps my CPU nice and cool. For the price you are paying, you can't go wrong. 18 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Arctic is the word I bought this CPU cooler instead of the evo212 due to not enough space in my tower for the evo212. On idle im getting 22-28*C and on full load 33-40*C Intel K G3258 @ 4.0GHZ corsair 8gb Pro series RAM 2x120mm Fans Better than expected.. Worth every penny! 14 May 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent low budget cooler Excellent low budget cooler, knocked off a good 20-25 degrees off 19 April 2015
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It can be installed facing the bottom of the case however its recommended to follow the Arctic Cooling instructions for the socket you have to maximise the best airflow through the case.
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To CarlH and theguywhoboughtit, thanks for the replies. The reason I ask about the fan direction is because on the LGA775 motherboard I have, it has been customised with a relatively tall Northbridge cooler that is causing some restrictions. As a result, an ability to turn the cooler 90 degrees so that the narrower dimensions fit within the now restricted space would be useful.
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Indeed yes, that's exactly how mine is fitted.
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The fan can be fitted which ever 4 ways you require, it just depends on how you fit the mounting brackets.
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Hi there,

Yes it can without a problem. Mounting brackets allow the fan to be readjusted whichever way.
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Yes it can be installed facing downwards, I think this is the way fitted when using AMD processors, I have this installed on an Intel and got it so its pushing air through and out the exhaust fan.
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Its designed to fit with your needs, in other words, it can face any direction.

However my advice is that the exhaust side of the fan should face up as hot air rises and when forced down, it wants to go back up which means through the fan again.
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For the Intel, I think it could mount in any direction but I'm not 100%. For AMD it can. The mount points on my M5A99X EVO R2.0 motherboard would allow me to point the fan toward the top of the tower or down toward the GPU and PSU. The mounting bracket can only shift 180 degrees.
Why you would want to point it down is a question I'd ask. Unless you're using some unique method of cooling you would want it to exhaust up or to the rear, but you probably know better as it's a very direct question!
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yes ... you can mount this cooler pointing in 4 directions ... so you can have intake fans at the top of your case and the fan on the cooler pointing downwards ... a bottom mounted exhaust fan would be ideal,however a rear exhaust fan would be ok
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Yes, if you have the clearances and the motherboard you have has the fittings oriented the correct way.

The fins go at right-angles to the black plastic fittings on the board - and the fan blows through the fins!
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is this cooler suitable for a 1150 socket motherboard such as the
asrock z97 anniversary board,
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Yes, I bought it for the i7 4790K myself.
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yes indeed, this would be a great value efficient cooler. These are great coolers at an excellent price.
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Yes i currently have this on a 1150 socket myself.
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yes it is... sockets 1555,1156,1150 and 1151 all use the same mounting holes so yes it will fit ....
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Yes fits fine I am running a Z97 board myself
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Yes - it comes supplied with fittings for both Intel and AMD processors - I used the AMD fittings,and it went like a dream.

The Intel should be a dawdle.
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I have no idea, it is really quiet at all times. Google reviews on it or Tomshardware, techpowerup etc.
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As for dB im unsure but this is 1 quiet fan almost silent. i would probs say 32dB at full load and around 19dB on idle.
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detailed info on noise is limited however at 2500rpm the fan produces 0.8 sone .....
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hi, at maximum dB it runs at 25 ~ 26dB (2200rpm) at minimum
21 ~ 21.5dB
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Haven't measured dB - but significantly quieter than a stock fan.

I listen to Classical music mainly, with a dynamic range of c. 90 dB, and the fan noise does not detract from my listening enjoyment.

So I guestimate a noise level of c. -85 dB A-weighted.
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