Arctic Freezer A32 CPU Cooler with 120mm Fan

Arctic Freezer A32 CPU Cooler, 120mm Fan, AM2/AM3+/FM1/FM2+, 1,000 to 1,350 RPM, Aluminium/ Copper, White

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Scan code: LN69479 Manufacturer code: ACFRE00005A Request call
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Product Overview Thanks to the better cooling performance of 320 Watts, the Freezer A32 is the perfect gadget for PC enthusiasts looking for a keen solution for the CPU cooling. Despite lower weight and size, we could improve not just the manufacturing quality, but also the thermal performance due to a fully automatic production process.

The ARCTIC F12 fan is well known for high airflow at a comfortable noise level and thus this cooler won't be disturbing even at maximum CPU load. The real improvement is the motor and controller. Our German engineers made this fan work at lower speed when performance is not needed. Often motherboards don't provide PWM signals below 40% and thus make coolers unnecessary loud - not so with the Freezer A32. Due to a new alloy/lubricant combination developed in Germany, the friction within the bearing is reduced and a greater efficiency is achieved. This way, there is less heat development as well as less bearing noise and you can enjoy a longer service life of your cooler. The lower footprint of the Freezer A32 avoids interference with the RAM, even if there are two fans used. Features AMD Socket: FM2(+), FM1, AM3(+), AM2
Max. Cooling Capacity: 320 Watts
Recommended for TDP up to: 150 Watts



Specifications
Cooler Specifications
Edition Freezer A32
Cooler Form Factor  
Heatpipes 3
Cooler Features  
Socket Compatibility
  • AM2
  • AM3+
  • FM1
  • FM2+
Max. Cooling Capacity 320W
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuaration 1 x 120mm
Fan Edition  
PWM Fan No
Fan Bearing Type Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Fan Colour White
LED Lighting Colour  
Fan Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Approx Fan Speed 1,000 to 1,350 RPM rpm
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller No
Fan Airflow  
Air Pressure  
Sound Level (dB)  
Sound Level (Sone)  
Materials
Fan Material Plastic
Heatsink Material Aluminium/ Copper
Dimensions & Weight
Fan Dimensions  
Heatsink Dimensions  
Total Dimensions 13.0 cm (W) x 10.0 cm (D) x 15.7 cm (H) mm (WxHxD)
Weight 772 g
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
60 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
60 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Arctic Freezer A32 CPU Cooler with 120mm Fan
Arctic Freezer A32 CPU Cooler with 120mm Fan