Arctic has formally launched its Freezer 50 TR cooler for AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper processors, which guarantees to stay quiet even when the CPU will get sizzling. The socket TR4-only cooler comes with two followers, has a number of warmth pipes, and weighs greater than 1.2 kilograms. And, for the multi-colored lighting fans amongst us, it is geared up with 13 addressable RGB LEDs.
The Arctic Freezer 50 TR borrows its design from different so-called ‘mega coolers’: it has an enormous dual-tower heatsink that includes 104 aluminum fins, whereas eight U-shaped 6-mm warmth pipes that kind the bottom cowl the a part of the IHS of the Ryzen Threadripper CPU ‘right where the processor’s die is’. Transferring air from the huge heatsink is a 120-mm plus 140-mm fan set, with Arctic’s followers utilizing fluid dynamic bearings. Whereas the mismatched followers are uncommon, Arctic says that utilizing two followers of various sizes will increase airflow and due to this fact improves efficiency. Relying on the load, the followers will rotate at 200 ~ 1800/1700 RPMs, so it ought to be very quiet underneath gentle hundreds.
It’s noteworthy that when the Freezer 50 TR cooler was initially showcased early this yr, it really marketed as having the ability to go passive underneath low hundreds. Nonetheless this characteristic is absent from the ultimate model, and whereas Arcitc hasn’t particularly mentioned why, it is not arduous to think about thermal stability proving to be a larger concern than anticipated from such a big (and energy hungry) chip like Threadripper.
With regards to dimensions, the entire building of Arctic’s Freezer 50 TR measures 147.8×149.5×165 mm and leaves a RAM clearance of 37.5 mm. Whereas the cooler definitely can’t be referred to as compact, it ought to match into most enthusiast-grade PC chassis.
The producer doesn’t disclose the cooler’s rated TDP, however says that it may well quiet down Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX in addition to CPUs ‘of 32 cores and beyond’. In order we have seen with another air coolers of this measurement (which might deal with upwards of 340W) it is a cheap guess that the 50 TR can dissipate a minimum of 250 W of warmth, leaving some further headroom for overclocking and/or future processors with a better TDP.
Lastly, as is more and more customary for enthusiast-grade cooling techniques lately, the Arctic Freezer 50 TR comes with 13 addressable RGB LEDs. These could be managed utilizing software program from main motherboard makers in addition to a standalone controller (to get it, one should purchase an acceptable model of the cooler).
|The Arctic Freezer TR50|
|CPU Socket||AMD: sTR4|
|Warmth Sink Materials||Twin tower heatsink, 2×52 aluminum fins, Eight heatpipes|
|Dimensions w/ Fan||Size: 147.Eight mm
Width: 149.5 mm
Peak: 165 mm
|Fan Pace||120-mm fan: 200 ~ 1,800 RPM
140-mm fan: 200 ~ 1,700 RPM
|Fan Air Stream||? CFM|
|Fan Air Strain||?|
|Fan Energy Consumption||?|
The Arctic Freezer 50 TR is offered now from Amazon and can shortly hit different channels, the place it is at present promoting for $69.99.
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Supply: Arctic (through TechPowerUp)