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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-21-2019, 02:36 PM - Thread Starter
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-21-2019, 02:47 PM
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My arctic freezer 120's have been keeping my OC'd 2600 and rx 480 cool as a cucumber for about a year now. I always assumed their fantastic performance had to do with their extra thick rads - I wonder how this will compare?
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By the way, I have asked their support about the new series not having push-pull fan configuration.
You only get fans for one side of the radiator now. Unlike their previous series, where you would get fans on both sides (push-pull).

I asked for a reason why its not the same anymore and whether I can still mount extra fans on it.





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I was buying Arctic freezers AIO not only because I like their performance, but also because it doesnt have to spin at very high RPMs, as it has push-pull fans and can be therefore quieter.


Although Arctic freezer 360 had 27mm thick radiator. (1350 max RPM push-pull fans).

It seems like Arctic freezer II 360 now has 38 mm. (1800 max RPM newer push fans).
So push and pull would make a lot bigger it seems. ( Think I can fit that anyways )



Hmm.

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Was just eyeballing it for a few days, and read/saw two reviews. So, here is the review of the 240mm version:
https://www.kitguru.net/components/c...cooler-review/

Tom's with 280mm:
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...er,6376-2.html

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pretty good results from those tests.
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pretty good results from those tests.
I'd say surprisingly good. I am still on the fence & would be curious about the longevity/qc on this unit, but people don't seem to buy it that much or at least don't leave reviews on Amazon. It's around $78 for 240mm in US on Amazon & $90 for 360mm (imported from Amazon UK). This beats the price/performance of quite enough units.

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