I am impressed that we were able to get this much performance out of such a small heatsink. The Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP makes a great cooler for HTPC and slim case situations, just as it was intended.
The price of the cooler is spot on, just like the performance. At less than 30 US Dollars MSRP it would be difficult to recommend any other cooler that we have tested for a small enclosure. With Arctic Cooling's large retail and e-tail support it will be easy to locate the 7 LP when they are available.
The only thing I would like to see from Arctic Cooling with the 7 LP is support for AMD processors. HTPCs and small home servers are generally made from older computer parts and for many people their previous generation system was based on the AMD platform.
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