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Arctic Cooling Freezer i11/A11 arrives

Posted on Thursday, January 16 2014 @ 11:06:10 CET by


Arctic Cooling's new Freezer i11/A11 will start shipping this month for $39.95. This 480g cooler has a cooling capacity of 150W, it features three 6mm diameter direct-touch heatpipes, 45 aluminium fins and a 92mm PWM fan. According to Arctic, this cooler will keep an AMD FX-8350 at 38.7°C under full load, versus 72.33°C with AMD's stock cooler.
The ARCTIC Freezer i11/A11 «A real price-performance champion» that’s how Chip.de praised the previously unbeaten bestseller among ARCTIC CPU coolers , the Freezer 7 Pro. The new ARCTIC Freezer i11/A11 for Intel and AMD leaves his successful forerunner behind. Airflow, cooling performance, noise level and transport-proofness have been significantly optimized. Whether you are an expert at installing electronics or this is your first time; the Freezer i11/A11 is just a few minutes away from being installed and virtually silent in performance.

QUICK FACTS
  • Compact high-performance Intel/AMD CPU Cooler
  • Cooling capacity 150 W
  • Extremely quiet 92mm PWM fan with vibration absorption rubber mounts
  • 4 mounting variants
  • 3 double-sided heatpipes and 45 fins for efficient heat dissipation
  • High-performance MX-4 thermal paste included
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