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    Default Arctic Freezer Extreme fit on GA-EP35-DS3R

    AS space seems a bit tight i shall ask before buying .
    Has anybody fitted Arctic Freezer Extreme on this board .

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    Default Re: Arctic Freezer Extreme fit on GA-EP35-DS3R

    I would go ahead and send them an email, I am sure they could tell you
    Arctic Cooling

    I looked around in google, and through some reviews but could not find any info.

    You could also PM one of our review guys here Chris, he reviewed it maybe he knows?
    Arctic Cooling Freezer XTREME CPU Cooler Introduction :: TweakTown

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    I do see it fits the X48, which has a larger heatsink
    Arctic Cooling Freezer Xtreme + pictures - Guru3D.com Forums

    Did you compare the measurements? If not, here is the AC Xtreme specs and PDF's
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    Default Re: Arctic Freezer Extreme fit on GA-EP35-DS3R

    Yeh measurements are tight enough to not take the risk .
    Plus what sems like 10 million googles have not answered the question .
    No hurry to buy stock cooler on at the moment as i broke arctic freezer pro .None of the local retailers stock the AFE so buy and return is not that easy .

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    Default Re: Arctic Freezer Extreme fit on GA-EP35-DS3R

    Ya, Google was not much help to me either as it brought up so many results with the 7 Pro cooler

    Get a thermalright if your case will hold it, or maybe a Noctua or Tuniq

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