ARCTIC COOLER FREEZER

Arctic Cooler Freezer : Large Freezer Small Refrigerator.

ARCTIC COOLER FREEZER : ARCTIC COOLER


Arctic Cooler Freezer : Large Freezer Small Refrigerator.



Arctic Cooler Freezer





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Arctic Freezer 11 LP 92mm Compact Low Noise CPU Cooler Compatible with Intels socket 1156 and 775


Arctic Freezer 11 LP 92mm Compact Low Noise CPU Cooler Compatible with Intels socket 1156 and 775



Compact and Lightweight With dimensions of 115(L)*106(W)*53(H)mm, having a weight of only 255g, the Freezer 11 LP is extremely compact. It fits virtually into any low profile PC case and is the ideal choice for any HTPC system.

Reliable Cooling Performance Equipped with an ultra-quiet 92mm PWM fan and two copper heatpipes, the Freezer 11 LP offers a maximum cooling capacity of 90W. The dual high performance 6mm heatpipes efficiently dissipate the heat from the CPU into the block consisting of 50 aluminum fins.

Quick Installation The unique mounting system via push pins offers excellent stability and is applicable within seconds. The pre-applied ARCTIC MX-2 thermal compound makes the installation a clean process. The cooler is compatible with Intels socket 1156 and 775.

Whisper-quiet The Freezer 11 LP is a very quiet cooling solution. Even when the fan is spinning at its full speed at 2,000 RPM, the low noise impeller in the 92mm PWM fan makes the entire operation to be nearly inaudible. The patented fan holder design reduces the unwanted noise by absorbing the vibration from the spinning impeller as well.

Dimensions (Packaging): 115 L x 109 W x 55 H mm
Dimensions (Product): 110L x 105W x 53H mm
Fan (mm): 92 x 1 fans
No. of Heatpipes: 2
Thickness of Heatpipes: 6
Noise Level (Sone): 0,4
Cooling Capacity (Watts): 90
Rated Fan Speed: 900 - 2000 RPM, (PWM)
Airflow: 27 CFM / 46 m?/h
Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Weight: 0.3 kg










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Finished Installation




Finished Installation





Air gets pulled over the drives, over the Accelero passive video card cooler, then gets pulled up via the cpu fan, and then gets sucked out the back and top.











PC a nudo #3




PC a nudo #3





sbaglio o sembra che ci sia applicato l'effetto HDR? :D









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arctic cooler freezer




The Last Imaginary Place: A Human History of the Arctic World






The Arctic of towering icebergs and midnight sun, of flaming auroras and endless winter nights, has long provoked flights of the imagination. Now, in The Last Imaginary Place, renowned archeologist Robert McGhee lifts the veil to reveal the true Arctic world. Based on thirty years of work with native peoples of the Arctic and travel in the region, McGhee’s account dispels notions of the frozen land as an exotic, remote world that exists apart from civilization.

Between the frigid reality and lurid fantasy lies McGhee’s true interest, the people who throughout human history have called the Arctic home. He paints a vivid portrait of Viking farmers, entrepreneurial Inuit, and Western explorers who have been seduced by the natural wealth and haunting beauty of this land. From lively accounts of fur trading, ivory hunting, and whaling to white-knuckle tales of the first, doomed expeditions, McGhee takes the reader on a whirlwind journey across this disorienting, dreamlike terrain that has fascinated mankind for centuries.

“In prose infused by his position as curator of Arctic archaeology at the Canadian Museum of Civilization—which has taken him to sites in several countries—McGhee demolishes some persistent illusions about the white North . . . evocative.”—Times Literary Supplement

“[A] compelling account . . . [McGhee] believes that the Arctic is not so much a region as a dream—what he sees as a dream of a unique, attractive world . . . An archaeologist who has spent thirty years there, the author lets his love for the region shine through on every page.—Booklist

“McGhee displays the powerful attractions of the top of the world . . . [his] prose . . . sparkles like frost in the midnight sun.”—Financial Times

“McGhee has written a sensitive, fascinating and extremely important book.”—Canadian Geographic










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