Behold, the successor to the Freezer 7 Pro.
Arctic's striking $39 aircooler has fine build quality and surprisingly quiet performance, and it can even cover the bulk of the TR4-socket AMD Threadripper.
How does the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports Edition electric color and catchy moniker match up against big air?
Low cost and automatic fan control set Arctic’s Freezer i32 apart from most of its competitors, but is it the best value for Intel’s current processors?
In-the-know cooling enthusiast use thick radiators and fan sandwich configurations to boost cooling without altering a case. What happens when a value cooling brand leverages both of these concepts into a 120x240mm, sub-$100, closed-loop kit?
One of the best things we did for our Radeon R9 290 review was pop off AMD's reference cooler and attach Arctic's Accelero Xtreme III. Today, we show you how we did this, we dive deeper into the results, and ultimately recommend the aftermarket heat sink.
Overclocking AMD's Radeon HD 7970 requires effective cooling, but the company's design is incompatible with most aftermarket heat sinks. Arctic and Deepcool claim to have solutions able to get the job done, without the reference cooler's loud fan.
Surround sound headsets are often more practical than a home theater system attached to your PC. We compare eight premium models from Arctic, Psyko, Cooler Master, Logitech, Creative, Thermaltake, Corsair, and Razer to figure out who sells the top option.
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