ARCTIC Cooling Solutions for new Intel Coffee Lake Processors

FRESHLY BREWED:
INTEL’S COFEE LAKE CPUS AND ARCTIC COOLING SOLUTIONS

Powerful cooling solutions for demanding systems with overclocking potential

Intel recently released it’s eighth processor generation recently. While Coffee Lake requires a new chipset (Z370), the 1151 socket remains unchanged and thus the compatibility of a large number of ARCTIC coolers is ensured. Amongst others the Liquid Freezer, Freezer 33, Freezer 12 and Freezer 13 Series provide reliable cooling solutions for Intel‘s i3, i5 and i7. We offer coolers for different requirements ranging from 85 W to 300 W TDP, an overview of all Coffee Lake compatible coolers is available on our website:
www.arctic.ac/lga1151

The Coffee Lake series, especially the K Version, is aimed at gamers and users with high performance requirements, for whom an optimal cooling of their processors is essential. The models of the Freezer 33 series – first of all the powerful Freezer 33 eSports Edition – as well as the Liquid Freezer water coolers are particularly suitable for overclockers. With their powerful cooling performance at minimum noise levels even under full load they create best conditions for overlocking.

15 Years of Expertise
ARCTIC does not only play in the top league of the cooling specialists ever since, ARCTIC initiated the trend towards quiet cooling systems for desktop PCs and left a distinct mark. In 2001 the Swiss engineer and company founder Magnus Huber has determined to fight against loud computers – today, the still privately-owned company with locations in Germany, Hong Kong and the USA offers one of the world’s largerst ranges of CPU and GPU coolers. Maximum compatibility, first-class performance and lowest volume convince enthusiasts in over 45 countries around the globe. With the competence of an unique expert knowledge from 15 years of (pc) noise minimization ARCTIC is building out its portfolio through high-quality sound products and office equipment.

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