Arctic launches extremely durable CPU cooler


The company Arctic, known for making various cooling solutions, has launched a new CPU cooler for PCs with non-stop operation – the Freezer i30 CO.

CO stands for continuous operation, which means the cooler has been designed for 24/7 operation. Arctic says the Freezer i30 CO is based on Japanese dual ball bearing that is five times more durable than other bearings.

Sadly for AMD users the Freezer i30 CO works with Intel CPUs only supporting all modern Intel processor sockets out there – LGA 1156, LGA 1155 and LGA 1366. The cooler also has a 120 mm fan, four direct tough heat pipes and a 48-fin heatsink.

The Arctic Freezer i30 CO will be available on November 8 for USD 59.90.

Source: Arctic

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