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    Default ARCTIC Sneak Peak at NEW Liquid Freezer II Series

    ARCTIC SNEAK PEEK: LIQUID FREEZER II SERIES

    Psst…want to see something cool?
    We’re just about ready to launch our Liquid Freezer II Series, the highly anticipated follow-up to our original AiO water cooler. While we can’t share all the details just yet, we can give you sneak peek. This way, you can see for yourself just how good it’s going to look in your in your system.
    We’ll let Vincent André, our Technical Director, tell:
    Some technical details…

    The pump is powered by a three-phase motor, which allows it to achieve higher efficiency and smoother operation. When we got the idea to add a VR cooling fan, which came with further integration challenges. This, however, went well with the choice of the 40mm diagonal fan and its integration over the cooling plate. We’re also quite proud of the cable management, as there are almost no visible cables in the product, even for the 360 variant.
    About the new pump…

    ARCTIC is a company that puts innovation at the core of its product line, but we found ourselves using the same pump as most of the competition in the market. So, we saw this as an opportunity to challenge ourselves by bringing our own design to the market. Further, having worked with Asetek, we also knew both what aspects of their module was great and what aspects didn’t work well for us. We took great care to match them on the strengths while adding solutions for our ARCTIC-specific needs.
    About the challenges in process…

    As explained before, the patent protection was one of them. The second and biggest was actually the experience: experience can’t be acquired just by downloading it. You need to test things, fail, learn from missed attempts, then repeat that again and again until experience comes. Going into it, we already knew a lot about water cooling, but doing it ourselves made us learn way more deeply. Some things that seemed trivial were, in reality, very different than we had anticipated. In addition to acquiring the experience needed to create great CPU cooler, we of course did not want to release a product without thoroughly testing it. We spent time making sure that the cooler would not only work for the user when they get it, but also for years to come. Value for money is a core ARCTIC principle, and for that reason, we spent a lot of time refining the design but even more time making sure the production process was totally mastered.

    Value for money, indeed! But don’t take our word for it. We let a few people check out the prototype earlier this year. Here’s what they had to say:

    Kitguru
    Vortez
    Hardware Hounds
    PC Games Hardware DE
    Vonguru
    Benchmark.pl
    Overclockers.ua

    Hmm…is it just us, or is there a chill in the air?

    Parts of this article were published by Kitguru 7.9.2019

    SOURCE: https://blog.arctic.ac/blog/2019/09/...uid-freezer-2/

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    Looks promising. Great job Arctic.

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