The mix of flat black with the red accents is a nice touch, and it also goes along with the cooler pictured at near life-size. At the top-left is the ARCTIC logo, while near the bottom, we see mentions of the warranty, a QR-code for the product page, and the wordy name of the cooler and compatibility across the bottom.
In seven languages, ARCTIC displays a comprehensive list of features. Each is titled that this is a tower cooler with a pair of BioniX P120 fans in push/pull and carries on with nine key points. Compatibility, thermal coating and heat dissipation, a broad range of fan speed, focused airstream, silent mode, PWM Sharing Technology, new fan motor, the inclusion of a backplate, and the included packets of MX-4. The bottom right corner addresses that the manual is online-only, and also available in as many languages.
The next panel takes some of the features and helps to explain them with visual images. The topics here are pressurized fans, the thermal coating and offset heat pipes, the use of a fluid dynamic bearing, and that the tower uses a push/pull fan setup to cool it. Under the four images, we see a thermal chart for the Freezer 34 eSports DUO on top of a Ryzen 7 2600, beating the older ARCTIC solution, as well as performing more than twenty degrees better than the AMD stock cooling solution.
The last5 of the external panels offers up an exploded diagram of the cooler along with the hardware so that you can get a general idea of how it all comes together. Next in line is the specifications chart, similar to the one we made for the specifications section, with all of the same information presented. Lastly, we see the box contents at the bottom, so we can ensure we have all the bits we are supposed to when it comes to downloading the manual and installing it.
There is nothing in the form of protection inside of the box, other than a layer of cardboard dropped into the bottom of the box for the cooler to rest on. Even so, our cooler is in better than fair shape with little indications of the cardboard rubbing against the thermal coated fins, but was easily removed with a damp rag. The hardware is found in the box on top of the cooler, and there is some literature included.
- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [ARCTIC Freezer 34 eSports DUO CPU Cooler]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests, and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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