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Thursday, 28 June 2007 01:00
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Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro CPU cooler review

Perhaps it's the fact that summer is here (allegedly at least, I can't see summer from here because of all the rain smearing up my window), but we seem to have been inundated with CPU coolers here at Elite Bastards in recent weeks.  Not that this is a bad thing, as a more potent cooler for your processor tends to be towards the top of the shopping list for many an enthusiast when it comes to upgrading and improving his or her PC.

Today's example from the world of CPU coolers comes courtesy of Arctic Cooling, and their Freezer 7 Pro part suitable for Intel's LGA775 systems.  It's ironic really - When Intel first launched the LGA775 socket and their Pentium 4 CPUs to go with it, it was met with scorn and derision thanks to the far from ideal heat and performance characteristics of the processors of the day, yet now all and sundry are falling over themselves to both produce and purchase LGA775 compatible coolers and the like.  How times change...

Anyhow, I digress - Rather than a history lesson and musings upon the fickle nature of the hardware industry, let's move swiftly on and take a look at the Freezer 7 Pro for ourselves.



 
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