Canada -- the country full of ice. We live in igloos made from blocks of snow, ride dog sleighs to work, and, as bad as weather may seem, winter takes up almost twelve out of the twelve months of the year. There are a few months in between filled with surprising weather where you can't predict when will happen the next day, and such variable patterns are especially true here at APH Networks Calgary. For those who live in this city, you will know what I am talking about. Generally speaking, we can safely say that Canada might as well be the cold Arctic in the north with strange weather patterns. So how is technology able to survive in such a country? Well, while our awesome weather can provide natural phase change cooling for pretty much anything and everything, I don't think electronics would appreciate all the snow, and neither would I appreciate sitting in the snow all day. After all, it is much more comfortable in my igloo. Being a Canadian citizen for quite a number of years now, there is a company that always easily pops into my mind when it comes to CPU cooling, and that is Arctic Cooling. Not 'arctic cooling' as in opening my window, but actually Arctic Cooling, the company. (Take that, global warming!) Let me remind you that not too long ago, we have reviewed one of Arctic Cooling's heatsinks -- specifically, the Arctic Cooling Freezer 13. Today, what we have next to it is its bigger brother, the Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Pro. I don't know about you, but as for myself, I always have a tendency of fighting with my younger brother over things, especially when we were young. But being the older one myself, in a completely unbiased and objective manner, it is usually the bigger brother who's better at these things. Therefore, as this logic carries forward in our review today, the question to ask is not whether the bigger Freezer 13 Pro is better than the little Freezer 13. The question to ask is how much better is the Freezer 13 Pro. Read on to find out what we have found!
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