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Old 04-07-2011, 01:07 PM   #1
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"Today we are reviewing another CPU cooler from Arctic Cooling, the Freezer 13 Pro. It has a tower heatsink, four 8 mm heatpipes and a 120 mm fan. Check it out!As well as most Arctic Cooling products, ..."

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Old 04-07-2011, 01:26 PM   #2
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Interesting unit. But I would like to see it compared to the budget leader CM Hyper 212+. Any chance you guys can do a test on one of them?
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PapaSmurf, we've already reviewed the 212+.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/artic...ler-Review/956

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But it isn't listed in the comparison here. The review needs to be updated used on a more current system like some of the others have been. It's one of the most popular units available today, especially for the budget crowd who would be looking at the ASF13Pro.
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It's not listed because we tested it on the system we used before. Unfortunately we aren't able to retest it.
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Bummer. It would have been good to have it in the current comparison lists.
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I think the fan at the bottom is a winning concept!
Only thing is that a diagonal fan (like an axial fan, but angled slightly outwards) would be both quieter and more efficient for the intended use.

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Default AMD mount question

Does the AMD mount restrict the orientation to up/down, like some dual Intel/AMD heatsinks, or can it be used for front/back orientation as well?
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Does the AMD mount restrict the orientation to up/down, like some dual Intel/AMD heatsinks, or can it be used for front/back orientation as well?
It seems like it is restricted to the up/down orientation on AMD systems.

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