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Exceptionally quiet operation.
Dual fan design.
Strong 6 year warranty.
Easy, universal installation.
Supports CPUs up to 300 watts.
Excellent Cooling Characteristics.
Second Fan At Base to Cool System Components.
Easy and Sturdy Installation.
No Backplate Required For Installation.
Near Silent At All Fan Speeds.
Preapplied thermal paste is a nuisance and only allows for one installation.
Very basic installation.
Low packaging/material quality
A bit noisy 50 mm blower
By Real World Labs on May 13, 2012
To be honest, I’m thoroughly impressed by the performance of the Freezer 13. I haven’t seen a cooler this quiet with this kind of performance come through the lab in quite some time. I think the last cooler I tested that was this quiet was...
By FrostyTech on September 15, 2011
The Freezer 13 Pro looks like a big step up from the previous model, but according to Frostytech's heatsink reference charts it works out to a ~3°C drop in temperature at full fan speed. Noise output is maintained at a reasonably quiet level,...
By X-bit Labs on August 15, 2011
Looks like the number “13” is indeed an unlucky number for ARCTIC. After all how else could we explain such low cooling efficiency of their new ARCTIC Freezer 13 PRO cooler? Yes, its design has a few issues, such as non-optimal heatpipes...
By DreamWare Computers on August 12, 2011
Being in the business of cooling computers since 2001, Arctic Cooling knows a thing or two about doing it right. In their ten year history they've built up a big reputation for themselves on a global scale. About two years ago, Arctic Cooling...
By ThinkComputers on July 31, 2011
Overall the Freezer 13 Pro is fairly simple to install, but there can be some clearance issues with this basic installation procedure. There’s only one way to install the cooler, at least for an AMD setup, of which most times can become a problem...
By Hi Tech Legion on May 30, 2011
The Arctic Freezer 13 Pro has a very nice package of features. The Freezer 13 Pro did a better than adequate job cooling, fit easily into a mid-tower case, has one of the best installation systems I have used and comes in at low mainstream/high budget...
By Rbmods.com on April 24, 2011
Please click on thumbnails for bigger images The Arctic Freezer 13 Pro surprised me in terms of cooling performance vs price ratio. It has only one 120 mm fan and 50 mm blower at the top of the cooler base and it managed to be close to bigger and...
By APH Networks on April 08, 2011
Canada -- the country full of ice. We live in igloos made from blocks of snow, ride dog sleighs to work, and, as bad as weather may seem, winter takes up almost twelve out of the twelve months of the year. There are a few months in between filled with...
By Hardware Secrets on April 07, 2011
The Freezer 13 Pro draws attention. It has good looks, and also a unique feature that may intrigue most users: the small centrifugal fan over its base. The highlights of the Freezer 13 Pro are the easy installation and the low noise level; it is...
By TweakNews on March 22, 2011
When it's all said and done, Arctic Cooling's new Freezer 13 Pro, with it's innovative “Cross Blow” feature, is a worthy successor to the Freezer series of coolers. As of this writing, it only seems to be available from the...
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