Arctic Freezer i13 X Compact Intel CPU Cooler
Arctic Freezer i13 X CPU Air Cooler, 92mm PWM Fan, 44x Aluminium fins, 3x Direct Touch Copper Heatpipes, Intel
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Ready to cool your Intel CPU
The ARCTIC Freezer i13 X is a compact CPU cooler with one 92mm fan. It benefits from an improved heatsink design and a reworked heat pipe layout. In conjunction with the fan, which is optimised for high static pressure, ARCTIC was been able to significantly improve the Freezer i13 X's cooling performance. It is supplied with pre-applied ARCTIC MX-2 thermal compound and has a simple assembly system.
Small Footstep for Optimal Compatibility
The Freezer i13 X combines a compact advanced heat sink design with 3 direct touch heat pipes. In combination with the fan designed for static pressure, an optimal cooling performance is achieved despite the comparatively small dimensions. The Freezer i13 X has an installation height of only 137 mm and there are no limitations in RAM compatibility.
Pre-applied MX-2 Thermal Paste
Pre-applied, high-performing MX-2 thermal paste ensures quick and clean assembly.
Longer Lifespan thanks to Lower Temperatures
The Freezer i13 X uses a fan motor newly developed by ARCTIC. This runs less audibly and more efficiently, so that the temperature of the coils is 20 °C lower than with conventional motors. This increases the lifespan of the fans considerably, allowing ARCTIC to grant a 6-year warranty period for the Freezer i13 X.
Offset Heat Pipes enable Optimal Heat Dissipation
The direct touch heat pipes attached to the Freezer i13 X and an optimised design of the 44 cooling fins together ensure that the heat from the CPU can be ideally removed and released into the air.
P-fan for Increased Performance
Inspired by the P-series, the Freezer i13 X CO's fan benefits from all of the advantages of P-fans:
• High static pressure for increased cooling performance
• Broad RPM range
• Lower power consumption
• Less vibration
• PWM for synchronous fan control
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Thanks to a combination of alloy and lubricant developed in Germany, the friction within the bearing is reduced, leading to greater efficiency. In this way, less heat is generated, there is less bearing noise and the life of the fan is extended.
Direct Touch Heat Pipes
The Freezer i13 X uses direct touch heat pipes. This ensures that the heat to be dissipated is transferred directly to the heat pipes without an additional material layer, and transported into the heatsink via the pipes.
10 % More Cooling Capacity
The ARCTIC Freezer i13 X sets new standards in cooling. Compared to its predecessor, a performance increase of almost 4 % could be tested.
More Efficient and Whisper Quiet
In addition to operating more quietly, even at maximum speed, the Freezer i13 X's built-in fan motor is also much more efficient.
• Pre-applied MX-2 Thermal Paste
• 44 cooling fins
• Effective savings of 60 % in power consumption.
• 92mm fan P-fan for Increased Performance
• Fluid Dynamic Bearing
|Edition||Freezer I13 X CO|
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||1 x 92mm|
|Fan Edition||Arctic P-Series|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Max. Fan Speed||2000 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level||22.5 dBA|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Arctic MX-2 (Pre-Applied)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Total Dimensions||109 x 137 x 86 mm (WxHxD)|
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- DOA Period:
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- RTB Period:
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