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Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro

Second generation 64bit CPU cooler

 

Page 3 Performance

12/03/05

 

Performance:

AC Freeze 64 & AC Freeze  64 Pro

     The new and improved Freezer 64 Pro to me seeing the cost is relatively equal to the standard Freezer 64 is a matter of are the changes improvements and do the changes make the cooler perform better. In the case of performance I will be using a 754 Socket cooler to test. The reason for this is the 754 socket AMD runs allot hotter then the 939 so it makes for a better comparison. Now I have had this cooler for a while and it has been used on a machine playing EverQuest, word processing, Email and of course web surfing not to mention all the other stuff but this gives you an idea of the usage and the PC has been on average 12 hrs a day for 3 weeks. You might wonder why we did this for a performance test and what are we looking for in this test. Well I am trying to see how well the fan holds up. As you may or may not know Arctic Cooling is most well known for there quite cooling solutions so what I wanted to do was see after a month if the fan lost one performance or cooling power or two the noise level changed at all. As expected the noise level remained extremely low and to be honest unless you put your ear up against the cooler the noise what not audible over the PSU fan. So that position of the test Arctic Cooling and the Freezer 64 performed very well.

     Lets take a look the cooling power two way one against the standard cooler and the original Freezer 64. The second way of looking at these coolers is over time after the 3 week period did the performance of the cooler change at all during that time with an average daily usage of 12 hrs/day at 3 weeks or 21 days that is 253 hours of use. This may not seem like allot when looking at the over life expectancy of a fan but in most cases there are two points where the performance degrades first is shortly after initial use within the first few hundreds hours and the second phase near end of life. We are not concerned with the end of life nor do we have time to sit around and wait to find the results but we can look at the short or beginning to see if the fan and cooler perform consistently at least for the first few weeks. The results bellow will show you both situations and as you will see Arctic Cooling passes on all counts.

 

Note The Vanessa S-type was measured using a similar noise level or low fan setting.

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