Large-Scale Cooling

15 October 2020
This month, a true cooling giant is increasing ARCTIC's extensive range of high-performance CPU coolers: the multi-compatible dual tower cooler Freezer 50.

Gloves off for the next round: ARCTIC‘s Freezer 50 TR successfully took on the challenge of taming the monster CPU, AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper. Now, the Freezer 50 enters the ring with a broader attack. The distinctive design and the impressive performance remain, while its wide compatibility with current Intel and AMD CPUs is new. 

The imposing dual-tower cooler is one of the most powerful air coolers that ARCTIC has developed. Equipped with six massive U-shaped, direct-touch heat pipes 104 aluminum fins and two fans, the Freezer 50 achieves the best heat dissipation and excellent cooling performance. A combination of a 120 and 140 mm P-Fans in push-pull configuration is used, producing strong airflow without compromising on volume — even at maximum speed, the Freezer 50 only reaches 0.4 sone. 

In addition to its impressive performance, the Freezer 50 electrifies with its extraordinary—and individualized—optics: addressable RGB offers fully customizable lighting options.

The most important features at a glance:
  • Dual-tower design with 6 heatpipes for maximum performance
  • Compatible with Intel & AMD sockets
  • Adressable RGB for fully customizable illumination
  • Two pressure-optimised fans
  • Wide RPM Range for highest performance and low noise level
  • Easy mounting solution​​​​​​​
  • MX-4 thermal paste included

Optional: Freezer 50 with A-RGB controller
ARCTIC A-RGB Controller
The Freezer 50 comes with an optional in-house developed A-RGB controller for users whose motherboards do not have an A-RGB connector. The controller can be freely placed in the housing, allowing for control of the effects and color design via a convenient remote control. 

ARCTIC Freezer 50 Technical Data

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Freezer 50
Multi Compatible Dual Tower CPU Cooler with A-RGB

€59.99 - €69.99

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs