Arctic Freezer I32 120mm PWM Fan CPU Air Cooler

Arctic Freezer i32 CPU Cooler, 120mm PWM Fan, 0 - 1350rpm, S1150/1151/1155/1156/2011-3, Aluminium, 150W

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Product Overview The New Price-performance Champ
Thanks to the better cooling performance of 320 Watts, the Freezer i32 is the perfect gadget for PC enthusiasts looking for a keen solution for the CPU cooling.

Improved Cooling Performance
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.

Fan Controller Made in Germany
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 i32.

Enhanced Bearing
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.

Optimal Compatibility
The lower footprint of the Freezer i32 avoids interference with the RAM, even if there are two fans used.

Safe on the Go
Due to the screw-mount onto a back-plate and a significantly lower weight compared to the i30, the Freezer i32 is absolutely transport proof. Features • 120mm High Airflow Cooling Fan.
• Copper Direct Contact Heatpipes.
• Compatible with Intel Sockets; 2011(-3), 1150, 1151, 1155, & 1156.
• Recommended for TDP up to 150 Watts.
• 320 Watts Max. Cooling Capacity.
Specifications
Cooler Specifications
Edition Freezer i32
Cooler Form Factor  
Heatpipes  
Cooler Features  
Socket Compatibility
  • 1150
  • 1151
  • 1155
  • 1156
  • 2011-3
Max. Cooling Capacity 320W
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuaration  
Fan Edition  
PWM Fan Yes
Fan Bearing Type  
Fan Colour  
LED Lighting Colour  
Fan Connectors  
Approx Fan Speed 0 - 1350 rpm
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller No
Fan Airflow  
Air Pressure  
Sound Level (dB)  
Sound Level (Sone) 0.3 Sone
Materials
Fan Material  
Heatsink Material Aluminium
Dimensions & Weight
Fan Dimensions 120 mm
Heatsink Dimensions 123 x 150 x 95 mm (WxHxD)
Total Dimensions  
Weight  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
60 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
60 months
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Reviews
Arctic Freezer i32 CPU Cooler, 120mm PWM Fan, 0 - 1350rpm, S1150/1151/1155/1156/2011-3, Aluminium, 150W is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not whisper quiet but a good performer I note that another reviewer has picked up on the lack of protection from over-tightening screws and the metal wire retainers for the fan(s). Those are fair points, but have to say they didn't bother me. I suppose having worked for many years on PCs coming to me with Intel's push-pin heatsink "solutions", anything seems better... If you install the screws on opposite sides first, and tighten them all in order, carefully, once there's resistance, a quarter to half turn at a time, you should be able to gauge the torque required. If you can see the PCB of the motherboard begin to flex more than a tiny amount, you're going too far. As long as contact is even and firm, you should have good results. Personally I like being in control here. With the fan clips, they aren't elegant, but take your time with them and I haven't had a problem yet moving the machine around. It keeps my i5-6600K on a 4.4Ghz OC exactly where it needs to be, and more. Your mileage with a Socket 2011 CPU with a much higher TDP may vary. It's not quiet when the fan spins up, but not loud either - a pleasant enough thrum. Most of the time, in browsing etc., it runs passively. In gaming it can't really be heard anyway. Not the best out there then, but a solid option at this price point and I haven't regretted it.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bad design for 2011pin CPU's Having used a lot of the previous Arctic Intel CPU I30 range I got one of these in to try. Firstly on the previous models they had a metal spacer to go between the heat sink and the motherboard so that you couldn't over tighten the screws, on this model they've not included those and you essentially have to make sure each screw is turned exactly the same amount otherwise the heat-sink may not lay flat, also there's no way to know if you are over or under-tightening as there's nothing to stop you from screwing right down and damaging the motherboard. Secondly on the old model the fan was held in place with a plastic cowl which kept the fan on firmly and in place. On this model they've gone back to the awful thin wires which have a tendency to ping off in transit if shipping to someone and don't hold the fan in 1 secure position as it allows the fan to move around.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For quiet systems, that still need power, a great choice I've used these in several DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) builds recently. Semi-passive fan, as good as silent when running at low speeds (below 900RPM). Temperatures kept low even when CPU is running intensively. I cannot vouch for gaming systems as I don't work with these. For audio, HTPCs etc., thoroughly recommended.
Date published: 2016-09-11
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Arctic Freezer I32 120mm PWM Fan CPU Air Cooler
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