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New Ultimate Overclocking CPU Cooler
Posted: Today at 9:30am

- Ultimate Overclocking Thermal Structure Design
- Ultra Powerful Dual 120mm VR™ Fan and Eye-Catching Cover
- Universal Socket Compatibility & Accessory Package

Detailed Feature

Ultimate Overclocking Thermal Structure Design
- Supports Intel Latest 6-Core Processors
- excellent cooling capacity – supports 220W
- 0.5mm aluminum fins with large surface for heat dissipation
- 5 x Ø8 mm-U-shape copper heat pipes for accelerated heat conduction
- tower side flow design efficiently optimizes cooling performance.

Ultra Powerful Dual 120mm VR™ Fan and Eye-Catching Cover
- 120 mm VR™ Fan, adjustable between 1200 and 2500 RPM max. for best overclocking performance
- additional 120mm Fan enhances cooling performance
- black and red cooler top add aesthetical appearance

Universal Socket Compatibility & Accessory Package
- universal socket support:
Intel: LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA775
AMD: AM3, AM2+, AM2
- premium thermal grease maximizes heat transfer from the CPU into the cooler copper base for rapid dissipation

Smart Thermal Management System

Installation

Installation for Intel

Step 1 Step 2
In the retail box you find the Frio CPU cooler, an additional 120mm fan, a back-plate and an accessory box. (Bag A: LGA1366; Bag B LGA1156; Bag C: LGA775; bag D: AM2/AM2+/AM3) and another bag with the soft mounts for the second cooler fan and the cooling paste. To install the additional second fan, take out ant-vibration soft mounts and slip the thicker base into the hole of the fan holder frame.
Step 3 Step 4
Put the 120mm fan on the top of the fan frame and pull the soft mounts and move them into the holes in the corners of the fan. Make sure each soft mount is holding the fan. Installation of the second fan is done. Take out Intel back-plate, clip, nuts and screws from accessory bag. Fasten the Intel Clip to pre-drilled screw holes in the base of the Frio with a screw driver. Make sure the clips are fastened tightly to the Frio.
Step 5 Step 6
Remove the protective cover from the base of the Frio Place black washers on each bolt.
Step 7 Step 8
Apply Themaltake grease on the top of CPU Place Frio onto the motherboard and make sure the exhausted flow fan is on I/O device side
Step 9 Step 10
Flip the motherboard over and place it on top of the Frio retention clip. Put the back-plate and nuts onto the motherboard. Fasten the back-plate to motherboard with a screw driver by the reference order and make sure the back-plate is fastened tightly to the motherboard. Installation of Frio for Intel CPU is done.

Installation for AMD

Step 1 Step 2
In the retail box you find the Frio CPU cooler, an additional 120mm fan, a back-plate and an accessory box. (Bag A: LGA1366; Bag B LGA1156; Bag C: LGA775; bag D: AM2/AM2+/AM3) and another bag with the soft mounts for the second cooler fan and the cooling paste. To install the additional second fan, take out ant-vibration soft mounts and slip the thicker base into the hole of the fan holder frame.
Step 3 Step 4
Put the 120mm fan on the top of the fan frame and pull the soft mounts and move them into the holes in the corners of the fan. Make sure each soft mount is holding the fan. Installation of the second fan is done. Loosen and remove both the retention module and back plate from the front side of the motherboard, if one had been preinstalled.
Step 5 Step 6
Fasten the AMD clip to pre-drilled screw holes in the base of the Frio with a screw driver. Make sure it is fasten tightly. Place one white washer on each bolt and remove the protective cover from the base of the Frio.
Step 7 Step 8
Apply Thermaltake grease onto the CPU. Place Frio onto the motherboard and make sure the exhausted flow fan is on I/O device side
Step 9 Step 10
Now flip the motherboard over and place it on top of the Frio retention clip. Put the back-plate and nuts onto the back side of the motherboard. Fasten the back-plate to motherboard with a screw driver. Make sure it is fasten tightly to the motherboard. Installation of Frio for AMD CPU is done.

Dimension

Specification

Model CLP0564
Compatibility - Intel Socket
LGA 1366

Core i7
LGA 1156
Core i7
Core i5
Core i3
LGA 775
Core 2 Extreme
Core 2 Quad
Core 2 Duo
Pentium D
Pentium 4
Pentium
Celeron D
Celeron

- AMD Socket
AM3
Phenom II X6
Phenom II X4
Phenom II X3
Phenom II X2
AM2+ / AM2
Phenom X4
Phenom X3
Athlon 64 FX
Athlon 64 X2
Athlon 64
Sempron

Dimension 139(L) x 98(W) x 165(H) mm
Heatsink Material Aluminum Fins
Aluminum & Copper Base
Heatpipe Φ 8mm x 5PCS
Fan Dimension 120(L) x 120(H) x 25(W) mm
Rated Voltage 12 V
Rated Current 0.5 A
Started Voltage 6 V
Power Input 6 W
Fan Speed 1200 ~ 2500 RPM
Max. Air Flow 101.6 CFM
Max. Air Pressure 4.2 mmH2O
Noise 20 ~ 43 dBA
Life Expectation 50,000 hrs @ 40℃
Connector 3 Pin
Weight 1042 g

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : TechPowerUp

Date : 2010/07/27

Thermaltake’s Frio overall is an excellent cooler. The price is well within reason even for someone on a tight budget. Thermaltake has included their variable fan control knobs on both fans to allow complete control. In the end, Thermaltakes Frio has surpassed my expectations. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : LAN OC

Date : 2010/07/27

A reasonable price tag combined with overclocking capabilities make the Thermaltake Frio quite an attractive cooler. Physically, it’s a pretty large model, which may cause restrictions in some cases. That being said, I’m a fan of it’s facade as well as it’s design. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Vortez Hardware

Date : 2010/07/22

The Frio is an excellent cooler and so far I haven’t really touched on its best aspect, its price. At around £40, it provides performance that’s on par or slightly trailing the best air coolers out there, and considering the inclusion of the two fans, the Frio looks more of a bargain. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : HardwareCanucks

Date : 2010/07/21

Thermaltake’s Frio is simply one of the best CPU coolers available on the market today. Its two included fans push it above and beyond products that are much, much more expensive and because of the speed adjustability, it is infinitely adaptable to suite your needs.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : TweakNews

Date : 2010/07/20

The Thermaltake Frio manages to perform right up there with the best in its class and still be affordable for the average person or overclocking mad man. All in all, the Frio is a serious cooler from Thermaltake and a pleasure to test.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : CTTL

Date : 2010/07/20

The Thermaltake cooler company missed a number of years and finally is back to the market with a competitive product. Hereby congratulate the producers made a great CPU cooler and I have to give him the award “Recommended for 220W, which deserves only the most powerful cooler in the world.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : bit-tech

Date : 2010/07/16

Even with one low-speed fan attached, the Thermaltake Frio managed to provide better cooling than the excellent Titan Fenrir (with its fan at low speed) on both Intel sockets. Better still, for overclockers who can handle the noise, the Frio was the best cooler we’ve seen for LGA1366 with both fans at high speed.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : KitGuru

Date : 2010/07/01

With slightly better fan selection this product would have scored even higher than it did today, however I still highly recommend it, because for under £40 you really aren’t going to get a better air cooler.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : PC Tuner

Date : 2010/06/29

This is essential when you make products that aim to satisfy the most demanding users, who go in search of maximum performance achievable in terms of overclocking and therefore must have adequate heat dissipation.
The package designed by Thermaltake for its product is very good as always and it is not difficult to see in it the clear guidelines for use in overclocking heatsink.
<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : TECHGAGE

Date : 2010/06/28

The FRIO certainly deserves an Editor’s Choice award based on the merit that it is an overall excellent package. Performance is top notch and the bracket design is simple and not wasteful. Thermaltake did its homework here and it shows in every aspect. I would strongly suggest that you take a hard look at the FRIO if you are in the market, especially if you have concerns for mounting space. You will not be disappointed.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : GeekInvadors

Date : 2010/06/22

If your building a new system or even if you have a great system but want better air flow. Then
you need to look at getting the Frio CPU Cooler from ThermalTake right now! Highly recommend. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Legit Reviews

Date : 2010/06/07

The Themaltake Frio is everything you want from a CPU cooler: A great price and even better performance. With two fans, five heatpipes, and nickel-plated coatings, not to mention its performance, this really is a cooler you need to check out before you build your next computer!

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Techware Labs

Date : 2010/05/19

The performance enthusiasts among us demand the best and the Thermaltake Frio delivers no nonsense performance at a reasonable price. Given the performance numbers we saw on our Intel i5 rig and the fact that this cooler works equally well with both the latest AMD and Intel CPU’s  we highly recommended you check out this cooler. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : BCC Hardware

Date : 2010/05/19

At the end of the day it’s pretty easy to like the Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler. Thanks to fantastic performance, excellent CPU support, and high quality construction the Frio is a great choice for your next CPU cooler and has easily earned our “Editor’s Choice – Gold” award.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Frosty Tech

Date : 2010/05/19

Thermaltake have finally produced an excellent high performance heatsink worthy of FrostyTech’s Top 5 Heatsink chart. All it took was two fans, five 8mm diameter heatpipes, a 1kg mass of metal and a little concentrated effort.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Hard OCP

Date : 2010/05/14

For its top performance, aggressive pricing and included fans the Thermaltake Frio is awarded the [H] Editor’s Choice Gold Award.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Overclockers Club

Date : 2010/05/13

The FRIO has the look of a high performance cooler with the nickel plated finish and excellent surface preparation on the base plate. There are no visible machining marks that you commonly see on the contact surface of the base, meaning a thinner layer of TIM and better contact for reduced temperatures. It’s a cooling solution that looks good and just works.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Pure Overclock

Date : 2010/05/11

We’ve seen a lot of coolers, and we’re sure to see even more as time goes on, but the Thermaltake Frio has made a very good impression on us. <more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Hardware Bistro

Date : 2010/05/10

With the latest launching of Intel six cores processors, Thermaltake FRIO has responded to it by launching a truly high performance CPU cooler which able to handle up to 220W cooling power.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Ninja Lane

Date : 2010/05/07

Overall performance was excellent and our heat tests showed that the Thermaltake Frio had plenty of heat capacity to spare given that the C/W numbers were almost identical between the tests.  Cooling performance can be enhanced by installing the included secondary cooling fan; in fact it is almost required when total processor output gets close to 200w.<more>

Frio

P/N:CPL0564

Reviewed by : Big Bruin

Date : 2010/05/05

I have no hesitation recommending the Frio to people looking for a good high quality cooler, and in the end it earns the Bigbruin.com “Gaming Approved” and “Highly Recommended” awards.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Xtremehardware

Date : 2010/05/04

The Thermaltake Frio CPU cooler offers good performance at a good price and therefore wins out Silver Award.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : RealWorldLabs

Date : 2010/05/03

Also the fact that it comes with two bundled 120mm VR fans combined with a good design and great build quality are things that will probably appeal to many users out there.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Benchmark Reviews

Date : 2010/05/03

The quality of construction of the cooler is top-notch, with perfectly aligned fins, a well-finished base, and precisely-fitting plastic parts.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : OverclockersTech

Date : 2010/04/28

Considering the price, performance, build quality, and bundled accessories it is easy to give the Thermaltake Frio CPU cooler an Overclockers Tech rating of 9/10 and our gold award.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : ThinkComputers

Date : 2010/04/27

With two fans on low speeds it reached a low of 31C and load temperature of 42C, on high speeds it reached a low of 28C in idle and 39C under load.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Hard-H2o

Date : 2010/04/26

Without doubt this is a great CPU cooler for any rig, either to run your CPU at factory settings or even to tune it into overclocking mode over a period of time..

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : XtremeComputing

Date : 2010/04/19

Overall, I’m pleased with the performance of the Thermaltake Frio cooler and if it’s priced right, it should be a decent contender in both price and performance against popular coolers.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Overclockers HQ

Date : 2010/04/16

I think the Thermaltake Frio is a wonderful piece of machinery and articulate design. Colored red and black it’s stylish and classy.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : OCIA

Date : 2010/04/13

It is not often I am surprised and truly impressed with an aftermarket CPU cooler. This is probably in large part due to my switch to using liquid cooling roughly two years ago. It takes a pretty high-end heatsink to equal the amount of performance you can get from a water cooled system. But I’m happy to report today that the Thermaltake Frio is one of those coolers.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : DragonSteelMods

Date : 2010/04/13

The Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a new cooler, especially if you’re overclocking your CPU. The Frio can handle the extra heat with ease while overclocking your CPU.

<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : High Tech Reviews

Date : 2010/04/13

If you are looking for a heatsink that will handle everything you can toss at it them look no further than the Thermaltake Frio.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : Noticias 3D

Date : 2010/04/01

At a price of about 55 Euros, the Frio cooler earns our N3D performance award. It shows excellent performance, comes with a two manually controlled fans and is very quiet at low RPMs.<more>

Frio

P/N:CLP0564

Reviewed by : TBCS

Date : 2010/04/01

The Thermaltake Frio showed considerable temperature decreases even at its lowest setting. It’s exceptional performance and reasonable price make it one of the best CPU coolers we have reviewed to date. For these reasons I am awarding it our highest award: The TBCS Editors Choice award.<more>

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