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    Today we're looking at Arctic Cooling's new Arctic Freezer 13, the latest of their CPU cooling line. Could it be a successor to the venerable Freezer 7, known for its good cooling on the cheap? Let's check out the Freezer 13 and find out.



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    All I can say is looks nice. Thats it.

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    It's not expensive, it does well for its price, it's quiet, and it isn't obstructive. If you're going to be into some heavy overclocking, then you'd be buying a high end unit anyway.

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    Thank you for the review. Looks like a decent cooler for the price.

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    Any cooler for $36 that lets you hit 4GHz is a decent deal and the fact the Arctic Freezer 13 is silent is a big plus.

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    Nice review Logan. I like the cutout for clearance on the RAM side, looks like a good buy.

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