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Arctic Freezer A13 X CO – A reasonable replacement for the boxed cooler?

The manufacturer Arctic has long been a very well-known manufacturer of CPU coolers, GPU coolers and case fans. Especially the CPU coolers of the Freezer series and GPU coolers of the Accelero series have made this brand famous worldwide. With the Freezer A13 X CO, the manufacturer Arctic brought the largely disappeared Freezer 13 series back to life in July 2020. Compared to its predecessor, the Freezer A13 X CO comes with only three heatpipes and, depending on the variant, can only be mounted on Intel or AMD sockets. Despite less weight and the use of the Heatpipe-Direct-Touch process, the Freezer A13 X CO is supposed to perform better than its predecessor. This is to be achieved primarily through a better design and layout. Arctic estimates the price for the Freezer A13 X CO (AMD socket) to be € 21.99*. This puts the cooler in a competitive price range. How the Arctic Freezer A13 X CO performs in general and if it has a chance against the competition, you will find out in this review.

Technical Details

Cooler specifications

Dimensions (with fan) 109 x 137 x 86 mm (W x H x D)
Weight (with fan) 443 g
Material copper (base plate, heat pipes), aluminium (cooling fins)
Heatpipes 3x Ø 6 mm
Compatibility AMD AM4
Price € 21.99*

Fan specifications

Storage type Rolling bearing (double ball bearing)
Dimensions 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Speed 300 – 2000 rpm (PWM controlled)
Volume max. 0.3 Sone
Flow volume N/A
Power consumption 0.84 W
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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