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    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    hi

    anyone useing this cpu fan on intel quads? or core 2 duo ?? are they anygood i have the freezer 64 on my fx60 and it runs cool i want to no if they are any good on the intel platform

    thanks for reading

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    They are good, but not the best.

    I guess it depends on your budget and if you want to overclock and how far.

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I have overclocked a core2duo e6300 from stock (1.83ghz) to 3.15ghz with an artic cooling freezer 7 pro. (had to increase voltages to 1.4, but it still was ok in prime95 x 2) -- (that got 2590 marks in 3dmark06 for 11295 3dmarks screenshot )

    I really need to lap my CPU heatsink though (and maybe the artic cooling). It fell off recently coming from a lan party (oh yea, in case nobody tells you, intel pushpins are [insert offensive profanity here]). But being at uni I had no choice but to just stick it back on without cleaning and reapplying thermal stuff, even though the original compound had already cured. (Artic Silver I think I used). And I managed to get the overclock above

    Right now, room temp 19*C, CPU 29*C on both cores (idle pretty much). That's at 2.94ghz (don't have to up the voltage at this OC).

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    Hi namuk,

    I have one of these with a Q6600, and it cools it just fine (see my temps below) if you want to OC past 3/3.2GHz then i would suggest the Tuniq Tower or one of the bigger Thermalright jobbies.

    2.7GHz (300x9.0) Idle: 34c, Load: 35c, Stress 51c
    3.0GHz (333x9.0) Idle: 34c, Load: 42c, Stress 54c

    Maximum temp i have hit is 57c during stress testing @ 3.0GHz, stress testing was stable over period of 8 hours on both clocks.

    All of these temps were taken with the case fans in my P182 on there lowest settings.

    Price/Performance wise i think these coolers are great.

    HTH

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I'm on a Pentium D which is hotter than the core2duo's and slightly hotter than the core2quad
    with the fan up at it's fastest I'm around 42c load (I've got mine connected to a fan controller, my ASRock motherboard doesn't like auto control on the ACf7p)
    That's unlapped with the original thermal paste (it's MX1 btw)

    The main things they have going for them is that they are better and quieter than the stock cooler even at max speed.
    They are pritty small and easy to mount.
    Cheap. (although the Asaka ak-965 is basically the same cooler but cheaper still)

    Something like the scythe mine is better, quieter and slightly more expensive (a better buy IMO)
    However it's far larger and getting pushpins correctly locked in can be far harder than on the ACf7p or ak-965 simply because of the size of the cooler.
    (and the mine is a medium sized cooler, the ninja is larger still)

    I wouldn't say it's a great cooler, it's good for the price, although the ak-965 is a few £ cheaper and gets simiular resaults. (I've seen better quoted resaults with the ak-965 but only on lists without the ACf7p and never seen a head to head between them)
    However it's a massive step up from the stock cooler and doesn't have a massive price tag to go with it.
    It's also pritty easy to mount for beginers. (no harder than the stock cooler)

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I have one on a E6600 and it is ok at around 3.2.
    But as already stated it depends on you budget as there are a lot of better ones out there.

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    This is good to hear; I just bought one of these myself! Don't plan on any OC'ing over 3 GHz, and my case has lots of fans already anyways.

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I think the AC7 rocks. You could spend another £30 and get something that will cool your CPU about 2C more, but its not really worth it.

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by DecomposingStar View Post
    I think the AC7 rocks. You could spend another £30 and get something that will cool your CPU about 2C more, but its not really worth it.
    I had one of those before i bought the Scythe Mine.

    Although the AC7's cooling is better than stock, they are by no means amazing and have a very cheap fell to them (because they are). They are OK but for £12 you cant expect too much.

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    If nothing else, it ought handle a medium overclock (600 MHz or do on a Core 2 Duo or a Quad), I hope. Though I'll likely upgrade the fan when I upgrade the CPU i na year or two...

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I got one also P4 630 is running at a nice 40*C

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    thanks all


    i was looking at the Scythe coolers but seen loads of reveiws .. and looked at this Scythe Mugen but there massive and cover mem slots the ac7 also has 4pin plug for mb for auto fan speed alot do not and alot of reveiws must be running them at fan full speed to get good temps

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    I have a freezer pro on my E6600 and it clocks to 3.4GHz stable, idles in the late 30 degrees, maxes out at around 50 degree's

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by staffsMike View Post
    I have a freezer pro on my E6600 and it clocks to 3.4GHz stable, idles in the late 30 degrees, maxes out at around 50 degree's
    good temp them were are you uk usa? also wot board do you have?

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    uk and EVGA 680i

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    Re: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

    lol staffs see it now dam good cooler that .. wot case you got mate and do you have upgraded fans in it

    or just standard?

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