ARCTIC Freezer 35 A-RGB coolers promise low noise

Posted on Wednesday, November 03 2021 @ 20:53 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ARCTIC introduces the Freezer i35 A-RGB and Freezer A35 A-RGB, new low-noise coolers with an ARGB LED fan. The product measures 133mm x 91mm x 158.5mm (W x L x H) and weighs 734g. It ships with MX-5 thermal compound and includes a 120mm PWM fan with 12 ARGB LEDs. ARCTIC makes AMD and Intel specific versions, which somewhat limits compatibility in case you're planning to build a new PC in the near future. Both variants have a MSRP of 42.99EUR.
ARCTIC, one of the leading manufacturers of low-noise PC coolers and components, adds a new A-RGB Tower Cooler to their flagship Freezer series, the Freezer i35 A-RGB / A35 A-RGB. Equipped with a powerful 120 mm P-Fan, it continues the tradition of strong cooling performance and durability of the Freezer portfolio and sets impressive light accents.

The new Freezer is available now in two configurations, supporting high performance on the latest AMD or Intel processors, including Intel's brand new LGA1700 socket CPUs. Thanks to its compact dimensions of 133 x 91 mm, the Freezer i35 A-RGB / Freezer A35 A-RGB guarantees virtually unrestricted RAM compatibility. The adapted mounting system with two spring-loaded screws is easy to handle and allows perfectly even mounting pressure.

“With the Freezer 35, we are adding a very solid, high-quality air cooler to our range, that convinces with its fair pricing, six-year warranty, addressable RGB lighting, and an all-black cooler design“, said Vincent Andre, Technical Director of ARCTIC.

The Freezer i35 A-RGB / Freezer A35 A-RGB also impresses with it‘s top-notch performance. Four Direct-Touch heatpipes and an improved fin-stack design provide excellent heat transfer from the CPU into the heatsink. Combined with the award-winning P-fan and included MX-5 ultimate performance paste, heat dissipation is outstanding.
Freezer i35 A-RGB / Freezer A35 A-RGB

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