Thursday, September 1st 2016

Arctic Announces the Liquid Freezer 360 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

Arctic expanded its Liquid Freezer line of closed-loop/AIO liquid CPU cooler series, with the new series-topping Liquid Freezer 360. The series made its debut in November 2015 with the Liquid Freezer 120 and Liquid Freezer 240, which as their names suggest, feature 120 mm x 120 mm, and 240 mm x 120 mm radiators, respectively. The new Liquid Freezer 360, features a large 360 mm x 120 mm radiator, with a segment-first six 120 mm fans being included in the package.

Each of the six included Arctic F12 fans take 4-pin PWM input, spin between 500-1350 RPM, push up to 74 CFM of air, and have a noise output of 0.3 sone. The new Liquid Freezer 360 is rated by Arctic to handle thermal loads of up to 300W. This makes it fit for LGA2011v3 HEDT, AM3+ 220W, and other current CPU socket types, such as LGA115x and FM2+. The copper base of the block comes with pre-applied Arctic MX-4 thermal compound. The radiator is 27 mm thick, and comes with mounts for the six included fans. Available now, the Arctic Liquid Freezer 360 is priced at 110 GBP (incl VAT).
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23 Comments on Arctic Announces the Liquid Freezer 360 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
pat-roner
Not a bad price taking to the fact 360 and six fans.
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#3
Pugs501
Is there a Fan Hub Included?
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#4
Liviu Cojocaru
This looks nice and the price is good as well, if it performs better than my Corsair H80i GT I will buy one.
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#5
Caring1
With the amount of cases now taking 140mm fans as standard, they should make it 360 X 140
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#6
Liviu Cojocaru
btarunr, post: 3515098, member: 43587"
Available now, the Arctic Liquid Freezer 360 is priced at 110 GBP (incl VAT).
Can you advise on where is this available now in UK? I've checked their website and is not on there...
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#7
Caring1
Liviu Cojocaru, post: 3515131, member: 152565"
Can you advise on where is this available now in UK? I've checked their website and is not on there...
It's probably not in shops yet.
Scan.co.uk. only lists the 240 as new stock for £76.99
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Liviu Cojocaru, post: 3515131, member: 152565"
Can you advise on where is this available now in UK? I've checked their website and is not on there...
Check arctics page typically they will list resellers.
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#9
Joss
Caring1, post: 3515124, member: 153156"
they should make it 360 X 140
That would be a 420 :rolleyes:
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#12
Caring1
Joss, post: 3515170, member: 152251"
That would be a 420 :rolleyes:
You do know the difference between + and X don't you? :rolleyes:
360 is 360, no matter how you look at it.
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#13
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Caring1, post: 3515461, member: 153156"
You do know the difference between + and X don't you? :rolleyes:
360 is 360, no matter how you look at it.
A 360 rad would by a 3x120 or 2x180 a 3x140 would be a 420.

Apparently some people need to leave math to those who have learned it.
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#14
Caring1
cdawall, post: 3515467, member: 28601"
A 360 rad would by a 3x120 or 2x180 a 3x140 would be a 420.

Apparently some people need to leave math to those who have learned it.
Wut, perhaps you need to learn English as well as maths.
Nowhere did I say 3 X 140.
A 360 X 120 Radiator is still as long as a 360 X140 Radiator, maybe you need a calculator?
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#15
Ubersonic
Joss, post: 3515170, member: 152251"
That would be a 420 :rolleyes:
He said 360 x 140 not 3x140. Basically he is asking for a wider variant of a 360 rad which would offer improved cooling but not take up additional length.

Rads like this aren't that common these days but it was all the rage before cases started coming with "standardised" WC compatibility.

I.E Thermochill used to sell a 3x120 rad that was 390 x 120, it was an epic beast.
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#16
urza26
Caring1, post: 3515479, member: 153156"
Wut, perhaps you need to learn English as well as maths.
Nowhere did I say 3 X 140.
A 360 X 120 Radiator is still as long as a 360 X140 Radiator, maybe you need a calculator?
360x140 does not line up with mounting holes eitherhow, since you are having extra width but not extra length it doesn't match with 120mm spacing nor 140mm spacing. Besides, mounting fans will also be impossible, cause neither 120mm nor 140mm fit those measurements.
Best to just stay to standardized form factors: 120, 240, 360, 480, 140, 280, 420, 560.
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#17
Ubersonic
urza26, post: 3515556, member: 101010"
360x140 does not line up with mounting holes eitherhow
The general idea is (or was before everyone started making the same thing) you use a larger than normal radiator for extra cooling power, then you connect it to the fans via a shroud so everything lines up and also improving cooling power even more.

I.E the Thermochill PA160 which was a 160mm rad that used a 120mm fan via a shroud and gave better cooling than a 240mm rad while fitting in more cases (at the time).

Anyway the point is that instead of using a 360x120mm rad and six fans they could have used a 360x140mm rad plus a shroud and three fans. Then it would have performed better without being thicker, this is the type of cool thinking that companies sadly don't do anymore as they are all too busy replicating the same designs.
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#18
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
well, first time you can not tell Tt stole someone elses desing...


Regards,
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#19
Ubersonic
peche, post: 3515717, member: 153520"
well, first time you can not tell Tt stole someone elses desing...

Regards,
It's an Asetek 591LX with TT's logo on it (not saying they stole the design, Asetek are the main OEM for AIO coolers so prob producing them for TT like they do for Corsair).
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#20
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Caring1, post: 3515479, member: 153156"
Wut, perhaps you need to learn English as well as maths.
Nowhere did I say 3 X 140.
A 360 X 120 Radiator is still as long as a 360 X140 Radiator, maybe you need a calculator?
Ah gotcha throwback style. Yea Goodluck with anything like that coming out again. Better luck having it come out with a shittastic aio.
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#21
Stevo
I have just installed the Arctic 360 into a Corsair Obsidian 750D Airflow Edition case with an ASUS x99 Deluxe MB with a 5930K OC'd to 4.4GHz. It replaced a failing Corsair H110i GTX (pump failure). Whilst it really wasn't easy fitting it into the case, it has reduced temps even further and is silent (less than 24dB) for almost all use. It really only just fitted above the MB as the two rows of fans plus the rad makes it pretty deep. Excellent performance though.
I was very disappointed that the Corsair failed after 1 year but think that it is likely to be the same pump in the Arctic 360 but hopefully a generation later. Fingers crossed.
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#22
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Stevo, post: 3534758, member: 167532"
I was very disappointed that the Corsair failed after 1 year but think that it is likely to be the same pump in the Arctic 360 but hopefully a generation later. Fingers crossed.
my Tt water 3.0 Pro has like 3 years of performing way too great!

Regards,
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#23
Khanivore
I'm still using the old Corsair H100 on i7-2700K@4.2GHz and it's running well after 4.5 years. This 360 cooler looks like the next one I will buy for when I put together a new build in March/April 2017.
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