A few days ago Arctic presented an updated version of the CPU tower cooler Freezer 33. The new Arctic Freezer 34 comes in four different versions, but the basic concept remains the same in all versions. Adjustments are made to the built-in 120 mm fans and radiator.
Like its predecessor generations, the Arctic Freezer 34 is also a relatively inexpensive and compact tower cooler that is intended as an alternative to the classic boxed coolers, but is not suitable for high-end systems or sophisticated overclockers. Due to the compact design, the updated version of the Arctic Freezer has enough space on both sides to accommodate high RAM modules. Like the Arctiv Freezer 33, all versions offered have four heatpipes with a diameter of six millimetres. Thanks to the Direct Touch design, the heatpipes lie directly on the CPU, which significantly improves heat dissipation compared to CPU coolers with an intermediate base plate. The Arctic Freezer 34 now has 54 aluminium slats instead of the...
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