Arctic Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler for Intel in Slim Cases - Arctic Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler for Intel in Slim Cases

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Arctic Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler for Intel in Slim Cases

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  • Price: £10.08

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The compact-sized Freezer 11 LP brings low noise cooling into low profile and HTPC Systems. With a height of 53mm only, the cooler squeezes into even most tiny PC cases. With dimensions of 115(L)*106(W)*53(H)mm, having a weight of only 255g, the Freezer 11 LP is extremely compact. It fits virtually into any low profile PC case and is the ideal choice for any HTPC system. Equipped with an ultra-quiet 92mm PWM fan and two copper heatpipes, the Freezer 11 LP offers a maximum cooling capacity of 90W. The dual high performance 6mm heatpipes efficiently dissipate the heat from the CPU into the block consisting of 50 aluminum fins. The unique mounting system via push pins offers excellent stability and is applicable within seconds. The pre-applied ARCTIC MX-2 thermal compound makes the installation a clean process. The cooler is compatible with Intels socket 1156 and 775. The Freezer 11 LP is a very quiet cooling solution. Even when the fan is spinning at its full speed at 2,000 RPM, the low noise impeller in the 92mm PWM fan makes the entire operation to be nearly inaudible. The patented fan holder design reduces the unwanted noise by absorbing the vibration from the spinning impeller as well.

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  • 5 Star Rating

    Johnmy 08/10/2012 12:50:27

    This Arctic Freezer 11 LP was an easy installation, no need to remove any components from my board. With its light weight and compact size, I am confident the its locking mechanism will be adequate for holding it in place well. I ran into a little trouble when attaching the heatsink. All in all, it is not hard to mount it. With the installation complete, I proceeded to the testing phase of the setup. Because the fan uses a four-pin PWM connector, you will have to rely on the BIOS settings to automatically or manually control its RPM. I was immediately pleased with the idle temp staying at 33 degrees Celsius. I monitored it while it was idle for about an hour observing no change. That is an improvement of no more than 15 degrees Celsius. The fan during this idle period tended to stay near 1500RPM. It is really silent. Under full load I was again pleasantly surprised to find that the fixed 1500RPM kept the temperature from going above 56 degrees Celsius. That is an improvement of possibly more than 20 degrees Celsius over the Intel stock cooler.

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