I don’t even remember the last time I tested a CPU cooler from ARCTIC, so I’m glad to have that chance now. The latest version of the Freezer coolers looks really interesting, especially eSports series with two BioniX P series fans.
In this review, we will present the Freezer 34 eSports with already mentioned two BioniX P series fans in the white version. Black and white cooler looks quite unique and should look great in gaming computers. The cooler itself is not so big and we will test it on an ITX size motherboard what will give some idea about compatibility also to all those users who love small gaming computers.
With two powerful, pressure-optimised BioniX P-fans and its updated, thermal-coated heatsink, the Freezer 34 eSports DUO offers a lot of performance for a fair price. In internal tests levelled to 28 dB(A), the Freezer 34 eSports DUO was able to surpass many competitors, even much bigger and more expensive double tower cooling solutions. More information about our performance test and the max. CPU temperatures for AMD & Intel can be found in our Cooler FAQ.
New P-Fans for Increased Performance
The Freezer 34 eSports DUO benefits of all advantages of our new BioniX P-fans.
- High static pressure for increased cooling performance
- 0 db fan mode below 5 % PWM
- Extended RPM range
- Lower power consumption
- Fewer vibrations
- Extended life span
- High quality bearing
- PWM PST for synchronous fan control
For additional information about the P-fans, we recommend our FAQ.
Better Cooling – Better Performance
No thermal throttling on your CPU – even at high turbo clock speeds and overclocking, the Freezer 34 eSports DUO cools quietly, so you can reach the maximum FPS with minimal noise levels for the smoothest possible gaming experience.
Improved Heat Dissipation
Evenly spread direct-touch heat pipes and an optimised heat sink design with 54 cooling fins lead to ideal heat dissipation for the Freezer 34 eSports DUO.
The two BioniX P-fans of the Freezer 34 eSports DUO work in push-pull-configuration The resulting increase of airflow ensures that more cold air is transported into the heatsink for cooling and the heat from the CPU is dissipated even faster from the heat sink. This ensures the best possible performance of the CPU.
A thermal coating creates micro-turbulences with a special surface structure. Combined with offset heat pipes this leads to an optimised heat-dissipation and to an increased cooling performance.
High Performance for High-End CPU
The contact surface of the Freezer 34 eSports DUO heat pipes does not cover the full heatspreader, but, more importantly, is right where the processor DIE is and covers even the largest versions (18 core) completely.
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