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Arctic Announces New Freezer 34 Generation of CPU Coolers

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ARCTIC today introduced the new Freezer 34 air cooler series. Development of the new Freezer series focused on increasing cooling capacity. With static pressure optimized P-fans and the improved heatsink, the Freezer 34 series offers high quality products with high-powered performance. The series consists of the standard Freezer 34 model; the Freezer 34 CO, a new tower CPU cooler; the Freezer 34 eSports; and the Freezer 34 eSports DUO.

The Freezer 34 coolers come with all the perks of ARCTIC's high static pressure P-fans: an extended shelf life, a wide RPM range, lower power consumption, high quality bearings and less vibration. Plus, when the PWM signal falls below 5%, the passive 0 dB mode is activated. With newly developed fans, a streamlined cooling fin design, and offset direct-touch heatpipes that distribute heat more efficiently, the Freezer 34 delivers robust cooling for high-end processors with up to 18 cores. During internal testing, at a normalized 28db(A) noise level, the Freezer 34 models achieved results up to 4° C cooler than their predecessor series.



The improved mounting system of the Freezer 34 reduces the assembly time to a few minutes and is compatible with both Intel and AMD sockets. In addition, its compact size ensures optimum RAM compatibility, even with RAM modules that have larger heatsinks. The Freezer 34 CO differs from the Freezer 34 only by the addition of a high-precision and extremely durable dual ball bearing, which was specially developed for continuous operation.

The eSports models - Freezer 34 eSports and Freezer 34 eSports DUO - are equipped with powerful 120 mm BioniX P-fans and come in four colors. The two BioniX P-fans of the Freezer 34 eSports DUO work in push-pull configuration, while a thermal coating on the heatsink provides an additional performance boost.

Availability
The Freezer 34 and the Freezer 34 eSports DUO are available on Amazon now (Freezer 34 | Freezer 34 eSports DUO ) and at the ARCTIC Webshop starting at a price of at a price of GBP 28.99 MSRP. The Freezer 34 CO and the Freezer 34 eSports are expected to be deliverable later in Q1/2019.

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Uhmmm, colored, ball bearing fans, offset heatpipes..... I'm so friggin impressed I just can't stand it !

At least they kept the price of all this outstanding innovation (not) reasonable, I'll give 'em credit for that if nuthin else :)
 
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I remember the day I bought Artic stuff. Some of their designs were really neat and innovative. Then they became...cheap crap Alu rehash mess. Would never see anything remotely copper in them. Now to see this...zomg they finally caught up to 10 years ago.
 
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