ARCTIC Freezer 33 eSports One CPU Cooler Review

  1. About the ARCTIC Freezer 33 eSports One CPU Cooler...
  2. CPU Cooler Design and Overview
  3. How its tested??
  4. Temperature Readouts and Observations
  5. Conclusion
  6. Online Purchase Links

Disclosure: The Freezer 33 eSports One CPU cooler is sent by Arctic Cooling

ARCTIC Cooling is a well-known name for CPU coolers. This is the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports One CPU cooler, a very modest looking 120mm CPU air cooler with a single fan. No RGB or any flamboyant design. But it does have its fan rings come in different colours you can choose from.

CPU air coolers in such categories are very popular but face a lot of competition. To keep up with the requirement, it has to distance itself from other CPU air coolers in some form, but grab the attention of such users. That’s how Raijintek works with its LETO/LETO Pro White/RGB variants. There are many Freezer 33 variants- the standard version costing $28, the Freezer 33 Plus edition for $33.99, the Freezer 33 eSports One which we are testing sold for $29.99 and the two fan Freezer 33 eSports Edition for $44.98. Arctic Cooling also has a TR4 version whose direct contact base covers the entire TR4 socket processor’s IHS.

Packaging and Contents

The Arctic Freezer 33 eSports One CPU cooler has 10 years warranty, the highest I’ve seen in a CPU air cooler so far. It is another conversation to see if people use a CPU cooler for ten years, though socket like LGA 115x usually stays around for the similar amount of time. The left side of the box gives all information about the CPU cooler, specifications and its contents while the rear talks mostly about the fan where it highlights the three-phase motor fluid bearing Bionix F120 fan to have 4x lifespan compared to a 120mm fan with a single/dual phase motor.

There’s no physical copy of the installation guide, but it does provide instruction link in the form of a QR code. You get a backplate for the LGA 115x sockets, LGA 2011/2066 screws, mounting brackets, AM4 screws, extra fan clips for secondary fan and additional vibration pads. Veteran system builders will have no problem figuring this one without the instructions.

Heat Pipe
Direct Touch Ø 6 mm x4
Heatsink Material
Aluminium Fins x49, Thickness: 0.5mm
Thermal Compound
120 MM, 200 – 1800 RPM (Controlled by PWM)
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Noise Level
0.5 Sone (@ 1800 RPM)
Current / Voltage
0.20 A/12 VDC
Max. Cooling Capacity
320 Watts
Recommended for TDP up to
200 Watts
123 (L) x 88 (W) x 150 (H) mm
Net Weight
676 gms
Socket Compatibility
Intel: 2066, 2011(-3) Square ILM, 115x

Arctic Cooling recommends Freezer 33 eSports One CPU cooler for CPUs up to 200  watts, with its maximum capacity up to 320 watts.

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