Arctic Freezer i30 Review

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Today we are looking at the latest cooler from Arctic – the Freezer i30, which features an interchangeable 120mm PWM fan, 4 double sided direct touch heatpipes with cooling support up to 320 Watts. The i30 is released to exclusively support Intel motherboards.

The i30 will be priced around $50 in America and £32 in the UK, so it is aiming at the performance enthusiast user who wants to overclock their system while keeping the costs down a little.

How does it fare against the market leaders? Today we aim to find out!

Main features:

  • Unmatched cooling performance – 320 Watts
  • Ultra quiet interchangeable 120 mm PWM fan installed in a fan holder
  • 4 double-sided direct-touch heatpipes for efficient heat dissipation
  • Flexible 4 directions installation to fulfill different air flow preferences
  • Transport-proof due to sturdy mounting mechanism with metal clips and back-plate
  • Rubber shock absorbers minimize vibration and noise level
  • MX-4 thermal compound included (syringe, 0.5 g)
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  • Jeff
    January 25, 2012
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    32 quid is a good deal, most of those are 45 quid in UK, at this performance level. shame about the single fan, I think adding another would help it a lot.

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  • Persie
    January 25, 2012
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    I like the fact you can easily replace the fan but aren’t pissing around with those friggin metal clips anymore.

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  • Benjamin R.
    January 27, 2012
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    No thanks! Not buying anything from a company making money by sueing AMD!

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    January 27, 2012
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