Arctic introduces two new Freezer coolers for Intel and AMD systems – KitGuru

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Arctic is expanding its line-up of PC cooling products with new CPU coolers, fans and the LGA1700 mounting kit for Intel 12th Gen Core processors. Besides the RGB and A-RGB versions of the Liquid Freezer II 280 and 420, Arctic is also launching new F12 fans and the A35 and i35 CPU coolers.
Arctic’s new Freezer i35 and A35 A-RGB coolers are equal, with one exception: the former is for Intel LGA 1200/1700 systems and the latter for AMD AM4 systems. As the name implies, both coolers feature A-RGB lighting, allowing users to synchronise it with the rest of the system through the motherboard or a dedicated RGB controller. The included P12 fan operates between 200RPM to 1800RPM, cooling the heatsink that features 4x heat pipes. The i35 and A35 A-RGB coolers are expected to be available in late October.

Arctic’s announcement also unveiled the RGB and A-RGB models of the Liquid Freezer II 280 and 420. Like the previous Liquid Freezer II 280 and 420, the new RGB and A-RGB models offer the same performance that made them famous while also bringing customisable RGB lighting to the table. The RGB models will have an option that includes Arctic’s RGB controller. All models are expected to launch in late October and are compatible with Intel LGA 1200/1700 and AMD AM4 sockets.
Lastly, Arctic unveiled its LGA1700 mounting kit and introduced the new F12 fans. The PWM variant will be available as a single unit or in a 4-piece value pack. Moreover, Arctic will release a standard version (3-pin) and a TC (Temperature Control) version of the F12 fans in mid-October.
KitGuru says: If you’re thinking to upgrade to an Intel 12th Gen Core CPU then Arctic has you covered with plenty of compatible coolers.
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