Arctic Freezer 12 – Tower Cooler – Review
Arctic are a company that everyone should know. They have been in the business of making cooling hardware for over 15 years. Today I will be taking a look at one of their new coolers the Arctic Freezer 12.
The Arctic Freezer 12 is compatible with AM4 and Intel 115x sockets as well as Intel socket 2011-3 (square ILM) sockets. This makes it suitable for a lot of high performance setups. Its party trick is that the cooler is semi passive with the fan only coming on if the CPU gets to a certain temparature.
I will be testing it on my recently built Ryzen 7 build. So I expect that I won’t get to see the passive side that much. But anyway, let’s get started!
|Compatibility||AMD Socket AM4, Intel Socket 115x, 2011-3|
|Max Cooling Performance||150Watts (recommended 130W)|
|Heatsink||Direct Touch Heat pipe 3x 6mm 45 Aluminium Fins (0.4mm Thick)|
|Fan||92 mm, 0–2,000 RPM (controlled by PWM)|
|Dimensions||130mm(H) x 108mm(W) x 90mm(D)|
|Warranty||6 – Years|