ARCTIC COOLING Release The Freezer Xtreme

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Freezer Xtreme: An Extremely Quiet Twin Tower Cooling Solution
 
Official Press Release logoTo offer the enthusiast’s market an ultimate CPU cooler for extreme overclocking, the innovative Swiss cooling solutions provider ARCTIC COOLING today unveiled the Freezer Xtreme, adding an Intel and AMD compatible product into their highly credible CPU cooler product line.

Extremely Cool

The unique twin tower heatsink consists of 102 fins, which significantly increase the heat dissipation area to distribute massive amount of heat faster and more efficient. The 120mm PWM fan which combined with 8 heatpipes (4 double-sided) and the twin tower heatsink not only transfers heat from the CPU, but it also cools the RAM, north bridge and voltage regulators. Together with the pre-applied MX-2, the Freezer Xtreme offers performance far beyond stock coolers and achieves 160 Watts cooling capacity – an excellent thermal management that boosts overclocking to a new level.
       
Arctic Cooling Freezer Xtreme
Extremely Quiet
 
The bigger the fan doesn’t mean the noisier the cooler will be. The 120mm fan of the Freezer Xtreme is equipped with low noise impeller and patented fan holder for quiet operation. Controlled by PWM signal, the fan runs just the necessary speed for lowest noise level at maximum cooling capacity. The result is outstanding – the Freezer Xtreme generates only 0.5 Sone at full load, much quieter than the standard and aftermarket coolers even with a bigger fan.

The Freezer Xtreme offers a 6-year limited warranty. It will be available in July 2008. The MSRP is US$39.95 and 25.95€
(excl VAT).
 
Additional details on the Freezer Xtreme can be found here
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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23-05-2008, 07:16:57

opal
Hi all, just wondering if I can get some advice on a little issue I am having.

I recently built a new pc, after an issue with a faulty PSU it was all up and running!

Now up until a week or so ago, my system was reporting 4gb of RAM across all the boards and everything was fine. One boot-up my task-manager started reporting only 3070mb of RAM along with the sidebar CPU add-on I have. I thought this was odd so I checked BIOS, System info and CPUZ, which all still report 4gb, so its not a problem with the RAM itself.

Just wondering if anyone has any ideas on this issue, I have run a diagnostic tool and there was nothing to report on the memory and I have 64bit so it should be utilising all the memory available. Memory mapping is enabled in the BIOS.

Now I don't know if this was an issue with SP1 as I can't remember when this problem surfaced so not sure if it's directly related to the update. I noticed it about a week ago (I know beforehand it was showing all the memory).

System specs are as follows:

Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 LGA775 'Wolfdale' 3.00GHz (1333FSB) at 3.6ghz
Corsair 4GB DDR2 XMS2 Dominator PC2-8500C5 TwinX (2x2GB)
HIS ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2 1024MB GDDR3
Asus Maximus Formula Intel X38

Any more info you need let me know. Appreciate any help

23-05-2008, 07:52:50

SuB
isn't this the thing where you have to turn OFF memory mapping? since you have 64bit and 4gb?

(i could be wrong)

23-05-2008, 08:10:53

Rastalovich
There is something silly u have to do I`m sure.

I have heard of a KB for something similar to this - cept u have SP1 on there so I figured u wouldn`t need it.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929605/en-us is what I`m thinking of.

Chances are theres a chipset driver that`s screwed after SP1 is installed or something, if ur mobo is reported as fine.

23-05-2008, 09:21:50

opal
I'll reset the CMOS again tonight and boot once again with default settings.

As you said could be a silly little thing that has switched causing the problem.

I'll let you know if it helps or if I can figure out what is causing it

23-05-2008, 13:11:33

mrapoc
I had to turn on memory remapping for it to work on my 64bit. Ensure ramdisk and stuff like that arent enabled

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