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Coolers and Cases from Arctic Cooling - Coolers and Cases from Arctic Cooling
Thu, January 11 2007 | 1:37PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Arctic Cooling is getting into processor cooling and its 64 Freezer LP is an interesting design wtih two fans. Designed for Socket AM2, there's one central heatpipe cooled by two aluminum heatsinks.
Arctic Cooling is better known for its videocard coolers and shows off a few manufacturers which use its cooling solutions by default. PowerColor's X1950 Pro and Inno3D's GeForce 7950GT are displayed.
Finally here's a look at Arctic Cooling's new cases the Silentium T1 and T2 ATX cases. Designed for maximum cooling ability while keeping noise level down, the Arctic Cooling cases will probably be pretty silent compared to the competition.
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