Arctic Freezer i35 RGB Intel CPU Cooler
Arctic Freezer i35 RGB CPU Air Cooler, 120mm RGB Fan, 54x Aluminium Fins, 4x Copper Heatpipes, Intel 1700, 1200, 115X
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Compact Performance Meets Modern Design
Optimised performance meets modern, black design and whisper-quiet operation. With its four offset heat pipes, the single-tower CPU cooler enables fast heat transfer into the heat sink, where it can be efficiently dissipated by means of a 120 mm fan.
The Freezer i35 RGB is already compatible with Intel's Alderlake LGA 1700 processors. Even though the socket has increased in size compared to its predecessor, the hotspot remains centred in the area of the CPU die. The Direct Touch heat pipes of the Freezer i35 RGB cover this area completely.
Ultimate Performance Thermal Paste
The Freezer i35 RGB comes with a 0.8 g syringe of the new MX-5. ARCTIC's Ultimate Performance thermal paste enables a particularly thin layer thickness due to its low viscosity and particle size and significantly reduces the heat build-up between the heat spreader of the CPU and the cooler. At the same time, it is neither conductive nor capacitive and therefore absolutely safe to use, even for beginners.
Fan Optimised For Heat Sinks
The fan installed in the Freezer i35 RGB benefits from all the advantages of the P-fans. With their low-vibration, power-saving motor and hydrodynamic plain bearing, they combine quiet and efficient operation. Despite its high fin density, the fan guarantees a high static pressure with its focussed air flow and is therefore ideal for use on radiators and heat sinks. The speed of the fan can be dynamically controlled via PWM and can thus be optimally adapted to any scenario.
Improved Installation And Unlimited Ram Clearance
The Freezer i35 RGB is a socket-specific installation variant for Intel Socket LGA 1700, 1200 and 115x. This reduces unnecessary mounting material and additionally simplifies the installation. ARCTIC uses an improved and simplified mounting system with spring-loaded screws for the Freezer i35 RGB. This achieves optimum contact pressure and even distribution of the thermal compound. Due to its compact design, it allows unrestricted RAM compatibility when installed.
Make Your System Shine
The Freezer i35 RGB fan has 12 RGB LEDs in the fan hub. These can be controlled autonomously from each other and enable the iconic rainbow effect as well as countless other lighting options. The fan can be connected directly via a 5 V 3-pin RGB header on the mainboard and is compatible with the software and connectors of leading mainboard manufacturers. Alternatively, the cooler can also be illuminated via an external Controller and synchronised with the lighting of other hardware.
• Intel Socket: 1700, 1200, 115X.
• RAM Clearance: unlimited.
• Heat Pipes: 4.
• Number of Fins: 54.
• Fin Thickness: 0.4mm.
• Thermal Paste: MX-5 (0.8g).
• Fan Size: 120mm.
• Fan Speed: 200 - 1800 rpm.
• Fan Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing.
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||1 x 120mm w/ RGB LEDs|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|LED Lighting||Addressable RGB|
|Max. Fan Speed||1800 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Included|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Total Dimensions||133 x 158.5 x 91 mm (WxHxD)|
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