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ARCTIC launches its "most powerful water cooler yet", the Liquid Freezer II 420

A 420mm liquid cooler for â?¬119.99

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ARCTIC launches its "most powerful water cooler yet", the Liquid Freezer II 420

Arctic Cooling has revealed their "most powerful water cooler yet", a 420mm variant of their Liquid Freezer II, delivering users incredible levels of cooling performance at a low price of €119.99. 

Thanks to this unit's large 420mm (3x140mm) radiator, the Arctic Freezer 2 420 delivers users 50% more heat dissipation area than the company's existing Arctic Freezer II 280mm liquid cooler, allowing users to keep their CPUs cool without the need for loud, fast-spinning fans. 

The Arctic Freezer II supports all modern processors and motherboards, including Intel's LGA 1200/115X/2011/2066 mainboards and AMD's AM4/AM3(+) designs. Unlike many competing liquid coolers, Arctic has integrated a small fan into their cold plate to provide additional airflow to the user's motherboard, improving motherboard thermals in the process. This fan is PWM controlled and can be set to whatever speed the user desires.   

The only real downside of this gargantuan liquid cooler is its sheer size, with its 420mm radiator being too large for most gaming PCs. That said, large PC towers do exist, and a radiator of this heft will look great when any supported enclosure. It must also be noted that Arctic's €119.99 price tag is extremely affordable for a liquid cooler of this size. 

Arctic Cooling already manufactures Liquid Freezer II coolers for smaller PC cases, offering, 120mm, 240mm, 280mm and 360mm variants on their websites in addition to their new 420mm model. These heatsinks can be viewed and purchased here

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02-11-2020, 10:38:08

Deadtroopers
OOh aahhhghh Missus! I'll be grabbing a couple of those. Super Tower cases are my favourite. :-)Quote

02-11-2020, 11:03:43

Deadtroopers
Arctic's site seems to be up the wall, with conflicting cost info through out the check-out process.Quote

02-11-2020, 11:29:57

m2geek
Oooof...

I'd LOVE one of these, but trying to get it send to New Zealand is a freakin Nightmare.Quote
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