Wednesday, September 13th 2017

Arctic Announces BioniX Gaming Fans and Freezer 33 eSports Edition

The new BioniX gaming case fans as well as the powerful Freezer 33 eSports Edition supplement our cooling product range. With the new appealing design and the extremely silent 3-phase motor, the new products are specifically tailored to gamer needs. Both the BioniX and the Freezer 33 eSports Edition are available now in four colour variations.

Thanks to optimizations such as the improved fan design, the BioniX achieve an excellent airflow-noise ratio and guarantee high pressure and best ventilation for the case. "The newly developed, whisper-quiet 3-phase motor guarantees long gaming sessions without annoying noise. Due to the low coil temperature, the service life of the BioniX case fans is four times longer and we extend the warranty to 10 years", says Magnus Huber, CEO of ARCTIC.
The BioniX fans are available in two sizes: BioniX F120 with 120 mm fan diameter and BioniX F140 with 140 mm fan diameter. Patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST) regulates the fan speed as required in a wide speed range of 200 to 1 800 RPM

Main Features BioniX
  • Available in two sizes with 120 mm and 140 mm fan diameter
  • Best airflow to noise ratio
  • Silent 3-phase motor
  • PWM Sharing Technology (PST) regulates fan speed synchronously between
  • 200 - 1 800 RPM
  • Longer service life through low coil temperature
  • 10 years warranty
The Freezer 33 eSports Edition is a multi compatible Tower CPU Cooler with Push-Pull-Configuration. Two extremely silent 120 mm-BioniX fans, mounted on opposite sides of the heatsink, increase the cooling capacity by providing an optimum airflow. The special thermal coating of the heatsink creates micro-turbulence with its surface structure. Combined with offset heat pipes this leads to an optimised heat-dissipation and thus to an increase in cooling performance.

Main Features Freezer 33 eSports Edition
  • Compatible with Intel and AMD Sockets
  • Two Bionix F120 fans for more cooling capacity
  • Offset heat pipes ensure optimal heat dissipation
  • Thermal coating improves heat output
  • Anti-vibration rubbers for quiet operation
  • Transport-proof mounting with backplate
  • MX-4 thermal paste included
  • 10 years warranty
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11 Comments on Arctic Announces BioniX Gaming Fans and Freezer 33 eSports Edition

#1
Basard
Wow, ten years huh? That's pretty pretty good.

I know of an Arctic Freezer 64 Pro that has lived in four computers and is still kicking strong to this day. It's gotta be going on ten years now...
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#2
TheLostSwede
So what makes this a gaming cooler specifically for eSports? Why is it better at eSports than a "regular" cooler? Does it cheat on your behalf?
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#3
damric
CEO Magnus Huber...sounds like a porn star :pimp:
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#4
nickbaldwin86
TheLostSwede said:
So what makes this a gaming cooler specifically for eSports? Why is it better at eSports than a "regular" cooler? Does it cheat on your behalf?
Just marketing department trying to sell a product with a name instead of a good solid product.

Nothing sells better in the computer world than putting "gaming" in front of it.

Waiting for Intel to jump on board and sell a "Gaming i7-8770X" for $500.. only difference is the name gaming, has the same clock speeds and specs as the standard i7-8770x cpu . LOL

The word gaming has hurt me, I have a hard time buying something that says "gaming" on the product, no matter how badly I really want it. and if it is a computer or PC part for work I am screwed because no way can I have a "gaming" X part or PC at work.
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#5
trog100
take look at the none e-sports version and you will know what tailored for gaming means..

i cant say as its overly flattering for "adult" gamers.. he he

trog
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#6
Blueberries
Actually looks like a great design all-around, especially those fans.
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#7
Basard
nickbaldwin86 said:
Waiting for Intel to jump on board and sell a "Gaming i7-8770X" for $500.. only difference is the name gaming, has the same clock speeds and specs as the standard i7-8770x cpu . LOL
I'm sure they will paint it a different color or something.... Maybe even give us a cool sticker.
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9700 Pro
TheLostSwede said:
So what makes this a gaming cooler specifically for eSports? Why is it better at eSports than a "regular" cooler? Does it cheat on your behalf?
Nothing special these days when almost everything is gaming-branded.

I like the color themes of these.
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#9
StrayKAT
nickbaldwin86 said:
Just marketing department trying to sell a product with a name instead of a good solid product.

Nothing sells better in the computer world than putting "gaming" in front of it.

Waiting for Intel to jump on board and sell a "Gaming i7-8770X" for $500.. only difference is the name gaming, has the same clock speeds and specs as the standard i7-8770x cpu . LOL

The word gaming has hurt me, I have a hard time buying something that says "gaming" on the product, no matter how badly I really want it. and if it is a computer or PC part for work I am screwed because no way can I have a "gaming" X part or PC at work.
It's for this reason I bought from a mobo manufacturer known more for servers. It doesn't look like it came out of a Transformer's movie. Well, that and it's just better.

But I have a ROG board too, I admit.

I think Intel will stay classy.
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#10
LocutusH
No RGB LEDs?
Have to buy those fans... :o
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#11
bonehead123
LocutusH said:
No RGB LEDs?
Have to buy those fans... :eek:
HA, such blasphemy.... you will now be struck by lightning bolts and shamed into recanting your self-incriminating statements while sniffing a bull's butthole... :eek: :laugh:


hahahaha..j/k !

I might get a few of them yellow fans too, for a "Soopa-Bee" build for a young client (he's a fan of the 70's Dodge SuperBee Chargers), cause he does NOT like RGB lights, if the price is right...
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