Tuesday, January 11th 2022

ARCTIC Expands the Freezer 35 Cooler Series

Today, ARCTIC, one of the leading manufacturers of low-noise PC coolers and components, presents the complete Freezer 35 air cooler family. In total, the series includes four versions of the single-tower CPU cooler for different requirements and areas of application, whose heatsinks are identical in construction. The compact dimensions ensure optimal RAM compatibility. Four offset direct-touch heatpipes ensure fast heat transfer into the heat sink, where the powerful 120 mm P-fan with dynamic PWM control efficiently dissipates the heat.

The improved mounting system of the Freezer 35 series with spring-loaded screws is noteworthy, achieving optimum contact pressure and even distribution of the thermal paste. The socket-specific Intel/AMD variants offer a reduction in superfluous mounting material and simplify the installation of the coolers. In addition to the standard Freezer i35/ Freezer A35 and the previously introduced A-RGB models Freezer i35 A-RGB and Freezer A35 A-RGB, RGB coolers for Intel (LGA 1700, 1200 and 115x) and AMD (AM4) are joining the market. The Freezer i35 RGB and Freezer A35 RGB feature 12 analog RGB LEDs in the fan hub. These can be controlled uniformly and are compatible with the common RGB standards of leading motherboard manufacturers, making a direct connection via a 12 V 4-pin RGB motherboard header possible.
For continuous operation, ARCTIC offers the proven CO cooler versions Freezer i35 CO and Freezer A35 CO with a dual ball bearing. With this bearing, contamination and high temperatures have much less of an effect than ordinary plain bearings and allow reliable continuous operation without sacrificing performance and durability.

The following Freezer 35 variants are available in the ARCTIC webshop and in stores starting from a price of € 33.99 MSRP.

The Freezer A35 is expected to be available in early February.

For more information, visit this page.
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9 Comments on ARCTIC Expands the Freezer 35 Cooler Series

#1
ppn
Impossible to cool the stock 12700K at below 100C. Not even arctic 34 dual fan can do it @ 200W. so what is the point then. the heat pipe gap, the funky fan. the paint.
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#2
Chomiq
ppnImpossible to cool the stock 12700K at below 100C. Not even arctic 34 dual fan can do it @ 200W. so what is the point then. the heat pipe gap, the funky fan. the paint.
Sure, but for something like 12400 it should be enough, right?
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#3
Jeager
ppnImpossible to cool the stock 12700K at below 100C. Not even arctic 34 dual fan can do it @ 200W. so what is the point then. the heat pipe gap, the funky fan. the paint.
But it's RGB so ?
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#4
bug
Thanks to Arctic supplying me a free adapter kit for my Freezer34, I can keep that that for my 12600k (come on suitable motherboard, reveal yourself!).
Thanks Arctic. The process was quick and painless.
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#5
Deslug
Again a design where you cant replace the fan
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#6
Caring1
What's the point of releasing a 4 pin 12V rgb fan when it's hard to find a Motherboard that's not A-RGB now @5V
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#7
bug
DeslugAgain a design where you cant replace the fan
It's replaceable alright, but only with other Arctic fans. I've been using their coolers for years, never needed to replace a fan. And I keep my coolers for 5+ years.
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Deslug
bugIt's replaceable alright, but only with other Arctic fans. I've been using their coolers for years, never needed to replace a fan. And I keep my coolers for 5+ years.
the plastic shell end fan are one piece just like there smaller versions.there is noway you can replace the fan whit a normal or arctic version 120mm fan.
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bug
Deslugthe plastic shell end fan are one piece just like there smaller versions.there is noway you can replace the fan whit a normal or arctic version 120mm fan.
They've always had a proprietary mount. And the parts to go with that.
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