Audit of Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 CPU Cooler

 Audit of Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 CPU Cooler




Icy Cooling is one of the more notable producers in the PC equipment industry, particularly with regards to shrewd cooling arrangements. The organization likewise makes power supplies and PC cases. The Swiss imprint might arctic power berries be generally known for the VGA coolers; “Accelero Xtreme” and “Accelero Twin Turbo” which are accessible for pretty much all the medium to top of the line designs cards available.


Today I will investigate a CPU cooler from Arctic Cooling which has been given an update and has been delivered under an auxiliary amendment, the “Icy Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2”. This cooler dominates in two ways; first: it’s truly modest and second: it’s viable with a genuinely considerable rundown of stages including Intel’s and AMD’s freshest attachments.


Here are the details of the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2:


Cold Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2

Similarity – INTEL Socket 1366, 1156, 775

AMD Socket AM3, AM2+, AM2 and 939

Development – 3 Heatpipes twofold and 42 aluminum cover

Aspects – 104 xs 58 xs 126,5 mm

Fan size – 92 mm

Fan speed – 900-2500 RPM (it has PWM)

Wind stream – 45 CFM/77 ms ³/h

Max. Limit – 130 W

Sort of orientation – Dynamic Fluid

Weight – 520 g

Ensure – 6 years


Initial feelings


The “Icy Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2” arrives in a 100 percent see through plastic box which allows you to see every one of the subtleties of the cooler. The included embellishments are: a printed manual and two distinct arrangements of sections and screws for establishment either AMD or Intel frameworks No different cylinder with warm oil is incorporated, rather it has been pre applied to the copper base of the cooler. The warm oil utilized is the Arctic Cooling MX-2.




The Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 is a pinnacle type cooler of generally little aspects. It’s one of a handful of the CPU coolers viable with the new 1366 and 1156 attachments from Intel. The cooler is made of 42 aluminum plates and the base is made of unadulterated copper similar to the three heatpipes.


In the accompanying pictures you can perceive how the three heatpipes goes from the base to the highest point of the cooler.

The 92mm fan is pre secured by Arctic Cooling however it is not difficult to eliminate for those of us keen on doing as such.

The pivoting rate of the fan is from 900 to 2500 rpm. It has a 4 pin PWM connector which is incredible in light of the fact that it permits us to control the revolution speed by programming or then again the speed can be naturally constrained by the framework, adjusting the speed to the general requirements of the framework.


The base is made of copper and it accompanies a pre applied layer of the Arctic Cooling MX-2 warm oil. As you can see from the pictures underneath I have eliminated it to look at the completion of the base plate. Albeit the base lacks reflect impact the clean is still very great, far superior than that of its nearest rivals.




I did this test on an Intel framework. The mooring framework couldn’t be more straightforward yet I really love utilizing a back plate along with exemplary screws since I feel it gives me a superior vibe for how close the cooler is attached.


To come down on the cooler I overclocked the E6400 CPU to 3.0GHz (375Mhz x8) and to 2.66Ghz (333Mhz x8), expanding its voltage up to 1.4 V. Here are the parts in the test arrangement:


Test gear

Processor – Intel Core 2 Duo E6400, 2.13 Ghz

Cooler – Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2

Motherboard – DFI Lanparty JR P45 T2RS

Illustrations card – nVIDIA GeForce 8800 320 GTS Mb

Hard plate – Seagate Barracuda 7200,12 500 GB

Memory – Kingston 800 HyperX DDR2 2×1GB (4-4-4-12)

Power supply – Tacens Exchange of shots II 600

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