Arctic Cooling is known for their CPU coolers and today we get to take a look at the Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2’s predecessor the Freezer 13. It features a small and compact design with a 92mm PWM fan pre-installed. The pre-applied MX-4 along with the included installation hardware makes installation quick and easy. Read on further to see how well it performs.
Special thanks to Arctic Cooling for providing us with the Freezer 13 CPU Cooler to review.
- Unmatched cooling performance – 200 Watts
- Ultra quiet 92mm PWM fan
- Quick installation without mainboard disassembly
- Transport-proof due to fiber reinforced retention module
- Fluid dynamic bearing extends service life
- Pre-applied MX-4
|Heatsink Dimension||123L x 96W x 130H mm|
|Heatsink Material||Aluminum fins x 45, thickness 0.5mm|
|Heatpipe||U-shaped Ø 6 mm x 4|
|Fan||92mm, 600 – 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)|
|Air flow||36.4CFM / 61.8 m3/h|
|Maximum Cooling Capacity||200 Watts|
|Bearing||Fluid dynamic bearing|
|Compatibility||Intel Socket 1366, 1156, 775
AMD Socket AM3, AM2+, 939 754
The Freezer 13 comes packed in a small plastic form-shaping container. The cooler is clearly visible on the front of the package, while the rear of the package covers the features and specifications.
The package may appear to be hard to open, but it is easily opened by two plastic latches built in that snap off. There isn’t much room for parts inside of the packaging, which is why there aren’t many included with the cooler.