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Zenzoom March 2, 2008 09:01 PM

[SOLD] FS: Freezer 7 Pro LGA775 2500RPM 45CFM
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Selling an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro LGA775 2500RPM 45CFM. You'll find it at DirectCanada for $18.32 + tax + shipping or, totally around $30 (29 something), I'm asking CAD $ 20.00. Pick-up only in Montreal (Ahuntsic), no shipping.

I got this by mistake at NCIX, it was meant to be a 64 PRO (AM2 socket) instead. It was never used as you can see by the photos. Tested and working.

This is an excellent entry-level HSF, the "best price/performance ratio you can get".

You can read sswilson's review here or just read his conclusions below.


Originally Posted by sswilson
What can you expect to get for around $25 CDN these days?

With regards to the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro you can expect to get some very impressive cooling results when compared to a stock Intel Cooler. An improvement of 7C at stock speeds and upwards of 16C on a heavy overclock will not only benefit longterm CPU health, but will also provide a lot more headroom for a higher overclock.

This cooler may be devoid of any fancy bells and whistles, and the overall build quality may be a little rough around the edges, but it's hard to argue with the results we've seen from these benchmarks. It may not post results that quite match up with high end air coolers, but from a price / performance perspective this cooler is in a league all of its own. At this price point, there is absolutely no excuse for not including decent after-market cooling on even the most budget minded OC build.

For bringing affordable CPU cooling to the masses, Arctic Cooling's Freezer 7 Pro gets a score of 4 out of 5 as well as a Dam Good Value Award!!!!!

Click on the pictures to see a big version.

Zenzoom April 2, 2008 01:09 PM

Still available...

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