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ARCTIC - Liquid Freezer 120 74.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.8 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

ARCTIC

Model

Liquid Freezer 120

Part #

ACFRE00016A

Supported Sockets

AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA2066

Liquid Cooled

Yes

Radiator Size

120mm

Fan RPM

500 - 1350 RPM

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Prices

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Amazon $68.49 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime In stock $68.49
( 7 new from $68.49, 2 used from $59.93. Last updated 47 minutes ago. )
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Reviews

gimmickation 29 points 17 months ago
from completed build 2016 mITX Desktop

Incredible AIO cooler. Very good build quality, easy to mount, good quality fans, great performance. The radiator is thicker than most AIO coolers (45mm). This won't be a problem in most cases, but if you are tight on space realize that you may not be able to mount both fans in push-pull. The pump is silent and the fans run very quietly, even at full load.

Be careful when mounting if only using one fan. The length of the screws means that you can't attach the radiator directly to your case without pushing your screws entirely through the radiator. There is nothing stopping you from doing so and the fins are thin enough that you won't notice while screwing it in. If you would like to attach it directly you will need to purchase much shorter screws or accept the (hopefully minimal) performance impact of screwing right through the radiator.

The only change I would make is adding a copper radiator as opposed to aluminum. Some users might also hope for heat pipes that bend where they connect to the CPU block (in the same way as most Corsair and Cooler Master products), but their softness seems to make up for it and they had no trouble squeezing into my case (though I am using an SFX power supply).

In the Sugo SG13 I'm using one fan pulling air from the front of the case and pushing it through the radiator into the CPU area. Was worried that using only one fan would hurt performance, but it doesn't seem to have affected the heat much.

THEOJO 19 points 15 months ago
from completed build SHANGO

These guys are whisper quiet. even inside a case with tempered glass on either side, all while keeping my 8 core Xeons under 58C under load 38C idle. The reviews where raving about this cooler and i now know why!!

TeenTechie 12 points 13 months ago

Cools good but the reservoir prevented me from putting the radiator as an exhaust in the back. Only could get it in to the front. VERY thick radiator XD

Laquel 27 points 13 months ago
from completed build whiteTUF (1440p 144Hz build)

Surprisingly good for the price. Very powerful and pretty quiet even at full RPM. Pump makes no noise even at 12V. Definitely recommended if size is not an issue.

Zerogravity525 6 points 3 months ago
from completed build Finished build

Keeps my CPU a lot cooler than it was with the stock and I haven't had any problems