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ARCTICs Freezer 13 PRO and Freezer i30 CPU Coolers Reviewed @ circuitREMIX - FrostyTech.com ARCTICs Freezer 13 PRO and Freezer i30 CPU Coolers Reviewed @ circuitREMIX
Fri Feb 17, 2012 | 11:15A | PermaLink BY: Max Page
Arctic Cooling is a company most of you probably heard of before, and it`s focus was on computer cooling products. Most well known for its video card cooling products, it was also very popular with it`s Freezer 7 and 64 CPU coolers. Rebranded as ARCTIC in 2010, the company now covers a wider market with a variety of different computer and electronic products. Today we`re looking at two products which extend from the original roots in cooling hardware ARCTIC came from, the Freezer 13 PRO and Freezer i30 CPU coolers. In the past, the brand has been known for producing high performing coolers with value oriented pricing, so we`ll see what their current generation of products bring to the table."
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