ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro – 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder – Patented Anti-Vibration System


Heatsink and Silent Fan for AMD® Sockets 754/939/AM2/AM2+/AM3

ARTIC COOLING – PWM FAN CONTROL – ALPINE 64 Pro


Features:

• Ultra quiet 92mm PWM fan with low noise impeller
•  Optimised heatsink efficient heat dissipation
•  Patented fan holder eliminates the buzzing sounds
•  Patented vibration absorption
•  Pre-applied MX-2
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Product Features

  • EXCELLENT COOLING: A 92 mm PWM fan on an aluminum extrusion heatsink in combination with pre-applied MX-2 high performance thermal compound provides good cooling performance and improve heat transfer from the CPU.
  • ULTRA-QUIET: Thanks to the PWM control, the fan speed adjusts according to the CPU temperature. And its low noise impeller, the patented fan holder and the anti-vibration parts ensure the fan to work quietly even under full load.
  • WIDE-COMPATIBILITY WITH AMD SOCKETS: Its simple mounting system is designed to fit most of today’s CPUs. It’s compatible with AMD AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+), FM2(+), FM1.
  • VIBRATION ABSORPTION: The patented vibration absorption fan holder is the key to keep the Alpine 64 PRO inaudible. It absorbs vibration caused by the spinning of the fan and thus it’s barely heard even when it’s running at full speed.
  • EASY & FAST INSTALLATION: The mounting of the Alpine 64 PRO is easy and quick. It is also absolutely transport proof, the MX-2 thermal compound already pre-applied onto the heatsink.

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3 Responses to ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro – 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder – Patented Anti-Vibration System

  1. Algirdas says:

    Five Stars Very quiet and easy to install. The fan would really suite with a white case theme type of thing. I would only use this for a quiet system but if you want overclocking done we are only talking about 2 steps higher with the multiplier (hey that rhymed) for example if your stock speed is 3.5 ghz you should only put it up to around 3.7/8 so then you dont really overheat the cpu. This was not designed for overclocking it was designed for a quiet system. the installation was easy all you have to do…

  2. Simon Butler says:

    Nice and quiet My existing stock AMD fan was starting to make disturbing clicking noises, so I tried this as a replacement. I was a bit apprehensive at first, as both heatsink and fan are quite a bit larger than the original, but all worked out well.Fitting it went pretty smoothly; I was able to clean off the old dried-up paste with white spirit, and the new heatsink has a thermal pad on it, meaning no extras were necessary. In fact when I didn’t get it correctly positioned at first it allowed me to…

  3. Dale Sanders says:

    Exelent value for money if your on a budget. Good clean looking budget CPU cooler for FM2 and AM3+ sockets. This cooler doesn’t need a fitting kit and if installed correctly fits easily right out the box. The instructions the the biggest let down with this product as they ain’t too clear for someone with little experience.Here’s how I fitted it.———————————1. Locate 2 smallish back screws on the top of the heatsink ether side of the fan.2. Loosen both screws until they are a few turns…

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