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Arctic Freezer 33 eSports CPU cooler £20.27 @ Amazon
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Cracking price this for a brilliant CPU cooler. As far as I can tell the only difference between the 33 and the 34 is a few C better cooling. My 34 eSports CPU cooler keeps my 4ghz overvolted Ryzen 2600 under 60c at all times.

AM4 socket / 115x, 2011-3*, 2066* *SQUARE ILM (80 x 80 mm spacing) only.

For the money you can't go wrong and I'd wager no other cpu cooler comes close at this price range.
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  • HIGH PERFORMANCE CPU COOLER: The Freezer 33 eSports ONE is a powerful Tower CPU cooler equipped with our new BioniX Fan. Thanks to a newly developed thermal coating and our new BioniX F120 fan the cooler gives you top notch performance for CPUs with a TDP up to 200 W.
  • THERMAL COATING: A newly developed thermal coating creates micro-turbulences with a special surface structure. Combined with offset heat pipes this leads to an optimised heat-dissipation and to an increased cooling performance.
  • COMPATIBLE WITH INTEL SOCKETS: 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 2011*, 2011-3*, 2066* (*Square ILM) and AMD Sockets AM4
  • WIDE RANGE OF REGULATION: With the range of 200 to 1800 RPM the fan of the Freezer 33 eSports ONE and other fans are controllable in one setting thanks for ARCTIC's PST (PWM Sharing Technology) to keep the overall noise level minimal yet the cooling performance as needed.
  • MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE FOR HIGHEST-END CPUs: The contact surface of the Freezer 33 eSports ONE heatpipes does not cover the full protection cap, but, more importantly, are right where the processor DIE is and cover even the largest versions (18 core) completely. This leads to maximum performance.

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Is it loud? The price looks good.
How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but the temps are not ideal with stock cooler)
Kian_Plays11/04/2020 23:24

How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but …How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but the temps are not ideal with stock cooler)


Nice little upgrade. I had some arctic freezer coolers, what I will say is they're a b*** to install, a little loud under load, and probably not ideal for a big overclock on your 2700. But should handle it stock easy. If you can stretch £14 this is miiiiles better, like two leagues ahead better:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…d=1

You could OC your 2700 as far as it will go on this bad boy.
yeah not much init between the esports one 33 vs 34 one,

however i do like the esports duo
amazon.co.uk/ARC…1-2
I wouldn`t try to overclock if I was you they don't overclock very much as they are at their limit practically and the gain not worth the risk.imo.
Kian_Plays11/04/2020 23:24

How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but …How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but the temps are not ideal with stock cooler)

strange12/04/2020 01:39

I wouldn`t try to overclock if I was you they don't overclock very much as …I wouldn`t try to overclock if I was you they don't overclock very much as they are at their limit practically and the gain not worth the risk.imo.


Yeah overclocking is old hat it doesnt give you much more these days and just causes more hassles than it gives back in performance - you will never notice the improvements just like optimising services in Windows 10 i never see any memory or performance differences there either!
Kian_Plays11/04/2020 23:24

How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but …How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but the temps are not ideal with stock cooler)


Concur with the above, just buy a better CPU if you're having issues with a task. Saves alot more time/effort/money than overclocking.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 12th Apr
Kian_Plays11/04/2020 23:24

How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but …How is this compared to my wraith spire on my r7 2700 (I want to oc it but the temps are not ideal with stock cooler)


I think my voltage is 1.25v @ 4ghz and my temps don't go over 60c.
Inquisitor12/04/2020 04:38

Concur with the above, just buy a better CPU if you're having issues with …Concur with the above, just buy a better CPU if you're having issues with a task. Saves alot more time/effort/money than overclocking.


Really? So just spend £300 on a new CPU just like that instead of trying to overclock it first?
This or the standard 34 to cool a Ryzen 3600? Both are the same price on Amazon. Stock cooler does the job but is loud at load.
Fens12/04/2020 09:17

This or the standard 34 to cool a Ryzen 3600? Both are the same price on …This or the standard 34 to cool a Ryzen 3600? Both are the same price on Amazon. Stock cooler does the job but is loud at load.


I think the sports is better due to the thermal coating but not 100%
bbfb12312/04/2020 08:03

Really? So just spend £300 on a new CPU just like that instead of trying …Really? So just spend £300 on a new CPU just like that instead of trying to overclock it first?


You could sell the old CPU to recover some losses. Dunno about you but my time is worth that and more vs trying to overclock then run risk of no gain and/or potential issues.

And yes, I've done that, from i5k to i7k, cost me £100 + time for putting up advert to sell i5, about 10min for p+p and posting it. 15% overall performance and over 50% on video editing (which is my reason to upgrade).
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 12th Apr
Inquisitor12/04/2020 10:41

You could sell the old CPU to recover some losses. Dunno about you but my …You could sell the old CPU to recover some losses. Dunno about you but my time is worth that and more vs trying to overclock then run risk of no gain and/or potential issues.And yes, I've done that, from i5k to i7k, cost me £100 + time for putting up advert to sell i5, about 10min for p+p and posting it. 15% overall performance and over 50% on video editing (which is my reason to upgrade).


i5 to i7 is a completely different ballgame to suggesting someone with a Ryzen 2700 upgrade because it's 'easier'. What should he upgrade to in your opinion?
bbfb12312/04/2020 10:56

i5 to i7 is a completely different ballgame to suggesting someone with a …i5 to i7 is a completely different ballgame to suggesting someone with a Ryzen 2700 upgrade because it's 'easier'. What should he upgrade to in your opinion?


I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is normally 10-15% better, ie 3700.
In reality we are talking 10-15% increase for £200 max. So for my time to overclock and have risks, yeah its worth the upgrade, IF its needed.
Unless you're telling me it takes only 10mins to get a 10% gain with no risks, no prior learning involved then sure I'll take that option.

Like I said, it depends how much youre earning- if youre 17yo kid and have no spare income or no options to make income then yeah knock yourself out, else spend your spare time to make it easier on yourself to make a buck and get the upgrade. We're talking £200 here for saving hassle of day/s of overclocking and risking none functioning cpu.

Edit: I realise you are a PC guy looking at your past deals, if the other reason is passion/hobby, then by all means, not having a dig at that, I used to modify cars (and PC's) so I understand. If we take the passion part out and look at functionality then yeah, use the time to make some bucks, get the upgrade and be done with it.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 12th Apr
Inquisitor12/04/2020 12:00

I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is …I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is normally 10-15% better, ie 3700.In reality we are talking 10-15% increase for £200 max. So for my time to overclock and have risks, yeah its worth the upgrade, IF its needed. Unless you're telling me it takes only 10mins to get a 10% gain with no risks, no prior learning involved then sure I'll take that option.Like I said, it depends how much youre earning- if youre 17yo kid and have no spare income or no options to make income then yeah knock yourself out, else spend your spare time to make it easier on yourself to make a buck and get the upgrade. We're talking £200 here for saving hassle of day/s of overclocking and risking none functioning cpu.Edit: I realise you are a PC guy looking at your past deals, if the other reason is passion/hobby, then by all means, not having a dig at that, I used to modify cars (and PC's) so I understand. If we take the passion part out and look at functionality then yeah, use the time to make some bucks, get the upgrade and be done with it.


Guess it just comes down to what you actually need the pc for. A 2700 for instance is good enough for gaming and some encoding. But if your doing high tech encoding then for sure upgrade the 2700 for more cores/threads for sure
Inquisitor12/04/2020 12:00

I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is …I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is normally 10-15% better, ie 3700.In reality we are talking 10-15% increase for £200 max. So for my time to overclock and have risks, yeah its worth the upgrade, IF its needed. Unless you're telling me it takes only 10mins to get a 10% gain with no risks, no prior learning involved then sure I'll take that option.Like I said, it depends how much youre earning- if youre 17yo kid and have no spare income or no options to make income then yeah knock yourself out, else spend your spare time to make it easier on yourself to make a buck and get the upgrade. We're talking £200 here for saving hassle of day/s of overclocking and risking none functioning cpu.Edit: I realise you are a PC guy looking at your past deals, if the other reason is passion/hobby, then by all means, not having a dig at that, I used to modify cars (and PC's) so I understand. If we take the passion part out and look at functionality then yeah, use the time to make some bucks, get the upgrade and be done with it.


The jump from each generation is generally around 10-15% like you say. I'm tempted to get a 4600 when they come out. Should be a nice boost from my 2600 in hoping!
Need something similar for my AM2+ board my original cooler is slowly dying..
Is it worth getting something like this for my 2600?

I don't overclock and I currently have a Wraith Prism on it.
Be careful with this in terms of seller, despite it saying despatched and sold from Amazon?

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Edited by: "FL88" 12th Apr
Picked this up last month and installed it on my XPS 8700 motherboard inside an NZXT S340 case
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It's made a big difference to CPU temps compared to the stock Intel cooler.
Idle: 26-30C (down from 45C on Intel stock)
Gaming: Maxed out at 55C (down from about 75C!)
this is probably the best bang for buck cpu cooler by far. Amazed that Arctic Freezer dont stand out more often. Should really be as famous as Noctua
FL8812/04/2020 19:08

Be careful with this in terms of seller, despite it saying despatched and …Be careful with this in terms of seller, despite it saying despatched and sold from Amazon?[Image] [Image]



Taking deception to the next level?

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Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 12th Apr
This is actually a great cooler, One of the best in its price range( full price that is) , there is hard to find a good alternative in similar price. It is better than any stock cooler available, but when it comes to OC it may offer some decent performance on some cpu's . If you want to replace your ugly stock cooler with a slight better and better looking one this a good alternative. Arctic freezer always targeted midrange performance on lowest price possible
Might want to pick up a tube of MX-4 thermal paste along with it. I made that decision and I'm glad I did. The sachet they provide is not great.
Hows this compare against the Hyper Evo 212?
What the frig is an esports cooler
Artonox12/04/2020 21:30

this is probably the best bang for buck cpu cooler by far. Amazed that …this is probably the best bang for buck cpu cooler by far. Amazed that Arctic Freezer dont stand out more often. Should really be as famous as Noctua


Probably because it's an absolute pain in the arse to fit?
Gavstar12/04/2020 22:16

Hows this compare against the Hyper Evo 212?


on a par if not slightly better according to emphirical evidence but can be difficult to fit which is the drawback.
Edited by: "rapid85" 12th Apr
rapid8512/04/2020 23:00

Probably because it's an absolute pain in the arse to fit?



I don't think you were trying to fit it quite right then (yes, I'm that poster).
Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 13th Apr
zeb.mattey11/04/2020 23:26

Nice little upgrade. I had some arctic freezer coolers, what I will say is …Nice little upgrade. I had some arctic freezer coolers, what I will say is they're a b*** to install, a little loud under load, and probably not ideal for a big overclock on your 2700. But should handle it stock easy. If you can stretch £14 this is miiiiles better, like two leagues ahead better:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00C9EYVGY/ref=sr_1_19?keywords=noctua+cpu+cooler&qid=1586643687&sr=8-19&dchild=1You could OC your 2700 as far as it will go on this bad boy.


The biggest prob I have with Noctua is WHY ON EARTH do they insist on brown and beige coloured fans? IT'S A DISGUSTING COMBO! those are the last two colours I'd want in my slick build. Those colours gave no business being inside a high tech anything.

Yes, yes you can say "change the fan" but NO! I shouldnt have to if I've just payed £45.

They keep sticking to this nasty colour combo like it's their thing. Like it's something to be proud of. I don't know why more people dont complain about this. PAINT THEM BLACK/GREY/GRAPHITE FGS!

Well, I finally got it out as that's been triggering me for years. Prob should have directed it in a PC forum so Noctua might see it buy hey ho!
Long shot but is there anyone here with an Arctic cooler that isn't using AM4? Just went to install the 34 Duo, backplate was still loose after screwing in the standoffs, googled and it said to just go for it, so I did and 2 screws snapped off in the backplate screwholes rendering both cooler and backplate useless.

I've got another backplate on route but can't find anywhere to pick up the screws so wondering if some kind soul would send if I cover the P&P? Thanks!
dbailey1013/04/2020 14:39

Long shot but is there anyone here with an Arctic cooler that isn't using …Long shot but is there anyone here with an Arctic cooler that isn't using AM4? Just went to install the 34 Duo, backplate was still loose after screwing in the standoffs, googled and it said to just go for it, so I did and 2 screws snapped off in the backplate screwholes rendering both cooler and backplate useless. I've got another backplate on route but can't find anywhere to pick up the screws so wondering if some kind soul would send if I cover the P&P? Thanks!


Damn man, classic arctic installation, it's always a nightmare in my experience...good luck, try ebay for screws or mail arctic
Daves_mate13/04/2020 14:25

The biggest prob I have with Noctua is WHY ON EARTH do they insist on …The biggest prob I have with Noctua is WHY ON EARTH do they insist on brown and beige coloured fans? IT'S A DISGUSTING COMBO! those are the last two colours I'd want in my slick build. Those colours gave no business being inside a high tech anything.Yes, yes you can say "change the fan" but NO! I shouldnt have to if I've just payed £45. They keep sticking to this nasty colour combo like it's their thing. Like it's something to be proud of. I don't know why more people dont complain about this. PAINT THEM BLACK/GREY/GRAPHITE FGS!Well, I finally got it out as that's been triggering me for years. Prob should have directed it in a PC forum so Noctua might see it buy hey ho!



They also come in black keep in touch lol.amazon.co.uk/Noc…8-1
amazon.co.uk/Noc…8-1
Edited by: "strange" 14th Apr
Meathotukdeals13/04/2020 00:10

I don't think you were trying to fit it quite right then (yes, I'm …I don't think you were trying to fit it quite right then (yes, I'm that poster).


Look at the other comments inc online reviews. Some people with outstanding skills may not struggle but the majority will :-P
REoverclocking amd 2700 ok so it last model ,but there should be nothing that it will struggle with as yet and not worth the effort if you solely want to have a tinker with it you should maybe have gone the intel route as they are far better at overclocking, but amd are really at there maximum this is done by amd as to compete better with intel.Plus if you are wanting to overclock i would be looking at a better than £20 cooler no offence to Arctic as they make fine coolers at there price point you should really be looking at Noctua or Be quiet imo.hope this helps
ps if you overclock and dont control the temp proper the processor will throttle back the speed to control the temp so not just something you want to do willy nilly.
bbfb12312/04/2020 08:01

I think my voltage is 1.25v @ 4ghz and my temps don't go over 60c.


Mime is 4.2 70c
bbfb12312/04/2020 08:03

Really? So just spend £300 on a new CPU just like that instead of trying …Really? So just spend £300 on a new CPU just like that instead of trying to overclock it first?


Exactly also the oc is a decent differance going from 3.2 to 4.2
Inquisitor12/04/2020 12:00

I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is …I'm not in the loop anymore with latest tech but I assume the next gen is normally 10-15% better, ie 3700.In reality we are talking 10-15% increase for £200 max. So for my time to overclock and have risks, yeah its worth the upgrade, IF its needed. Unless you're telling me it takes only 10mins to get a 10% gain with no risks, no prior learning involved then sure I'll take that option.Like I said, it depends how much youre earning- if youre 17yo kid and have no spare income or no options to make income then yeah knock yourself out, else spend your spare time to make it easier on yourself to make a buck and get the upgrade. We're talking £200 here for saving hassle of day/s of overclocking and risking none functioning cpu.Edit: I realise you are a PC guy looking at your past deals, if the other reason is passion/hobby, then by all means, not having a dig at that, I used to modify cars (and PC's) so I understand. If we take the passion part out and look at functionality then yeah, use the time to make some bucks, get the upgrade and be done with it.


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