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Old 10th October, 2008, 02:30 AM
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New HSF from Arctic Cooling

Stumbled across this new cooler, the Arctic Cooler Xtreme. Here is the company link.

Arctic Cooling

From what I have read so far, it's about the same price as the Arctic Freezer 7 Pro.
Here is a review, just not to official. I haven't found any yet. To new from what the boards ar saying.

*Updated* Arctic Cooling Freezer XTREME - Review with pictures - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

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Old 10th October, 2008, 06:22 AM
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Looks like the SCYTHE SCMN-1000 MINE HEATPIPE CPU COOLER (REV. B) but a bigger version of it.
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Old 10th October, 2008, 09:01 AM
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Does look like a big mother, doesn't it? I can't wait 'till it stars to get reviewed by some of the big boys! At the same price as my 7 Pro, it all sounds to good to be true.
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I'm curious how this would perform with 3 fans. 3/5/7 progressive blade count of course. What I am really waiting for is a hybrid design employing a base much like the d-tek fuzion with heatpipes to an air cooler over the unit. Considering my water box is currently empty due to a somewhat catastrophic reservoir failure, I might just try to make it.
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I'm curious how this would perform with 3 fans. 3/5/7 progressive blade count of course. What I am really waiting for is a hybrid design employing a base much like the d-tek fuzion with heatpipes to an air cooler over the unit. Considering my water box is currently empty due to a somewhat catastrophic reservoir failure, I might just try to make it.
You're idea sounds good, but often somewhere betreen a good idea and actual function, something, who knows what, gets lost. If you do try it, and I hope you do, would you test with 2 fans as well as 3? Just a thought that 2 might work well and 3 turn into overkill.

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I found an official review and more impotant to me, i'll bet quite a few others, a listing of a lot of HSF and their test results so they can be compaired at one site! Just what the Dr, ordered!

Arctic Cooling Freezer XTREME CPU Cooler :: TweakTown
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2or more fans inline with each other only works well with different blade counts. I think the 3 fan wouldn't work, based on it's size, and positioning. one fan would fall outside the board dimensions.
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