ARCTIC Freezer i30 CPU Cooler Review

 

A few weeks ago we tested and reviewed one of the most basic CPU coolers ARCTIC offers at this point of time, the Alpine 11 PLUS, which proved capable of satisfying basic user needs. Today however we are going to have a look at the nemesis of the Alpine 11 PLUS; the large tower CPU cooler we have for review today listens to the name Freezer i30 and is the largest and most expensive Intel CPU cooler ARCTIC currently produces.

A few weeks ago we tested and reviewed one of the most basic CPU coolers ARCTIC offers at this point of time, the Alpine 11 PLUS, which proved capable of satisfying basic user needs. Today however we are going to have a look at the nemesis of the Alpine 11 PLUS; the large tower CPU cooler we have for review today listens to the name Freezer i30 and is the largest and most expensive Intel CPU cooler ARCTIC currently produces.

Manufacturer features and specifications

Max. Cooling Capacity

320 Watts

Heatpipe

Direct-Touch Ø 8 mm x 4 (double-sided)

Heatsink Material

Aluminum fins x 48, thickness: 0.5 mm

Fan (mm)

ARCTIC F12 PWM:
120 mm, 400 – 1,350 RPM (PWM controlled)

Airflow

74 CFM / 125.7 m³/h

Bearing

Fluid Dynamic Bearing

Noise Level

0.3 Sone (@1,350 RPM)

Current, Voltage

0.22A / 3.5 – 12V

Dimensions (Product)

100 (L) x 139 (W) x 161 (H) mm

Net Weight

0.9 kg

Limited Warranty

6 years

Dimensions (Packaging)

123 (L) x 161 (W) x 187 (H) mm

itemnumber

UCACO-FI30001-GB

UPC

0872767005051

Gross Weight

1.4 kg