The Core i7-12700K sits in the middle of the 12th generation of Alder Lake processors and offers a new level of performance for kids and workstations. It runs at a total rate of 15% faster than the previous generation Core i7-11700K and only 10% for the ratio with AMD Ryzen 7 5800X direct concurrent.
It is certain that gamers and content creators will love these new processors in the series. The Core i7-12700K is powerful and has a lot of potential for the future as it already supports the latest PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 technologies, making it a great choice to start interpreting your own Powerup PC or upgrading to previous generations.
Arctic Liquid Freezer:-
The Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240 is the best 240mm all-in-one that is best cooler for I7-12700k in the market. Impressive performance is coupled with sonic results that are also impressive.
Finally, the icing on the cake is its very low price, cheaper than most other 240mm AIOs on the market and in line with, for example, the Noctua NH-D15S. All in all, this is the ideal solution for users who have water cooling for 12700K and do not need RGB. Note that, for the moment, you can sometimes get LGA 1700 support at Arctic, free of charge with proof of purchase.
Noctua NH U12S:-
The Noctua NH-U12S is a 120mm cooler with excellent cooling performance, a perfect entry-level cooler for the Intel Core i7-12700K. It features a slim design with a height of 120mm that even fits most mid-towers. You won’t have to worry about RAM compatibility, as the 120mm fan won’t overhang the RAM slots, nor will you block PCIe expansion cards like the graphics cards on it.
The Noctua NH-U12S is also equipped with a patented NF-F12 Focused Flow fan which provides exceptional cooling performance; it is backed by Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) support for automatic speed control by the motherboard system or through the fan header. This way it can be controlled automatically depending on CPU load! The 5 heat pipes are designed for optimal heat transfer, resulting in excellent cooling performance.
Arctic Freezer 34:-
The spec is incredibly fine, because of the little heatsink. The fan does not cover the RAM space of the motherboard, and even if it does, the fan is long enough to work with most mid-size RAMs. The signs of change are only the density of the wings behind the fan and the slightly different curve of the underground heating pipes. However, we were a fan of the matte black and bright yellow finish when we first saw it, and we still think it looks as good as it does today.
Regarding cooling, the differentiation between Freezer 33 & Freezer 34 is 2 degrees Celsius. This is not surprising since both of these coolers use the same heatsink. The slight temperature difference may be due to a better mounting system or a new BioniX fan. The same can be said of the sound, when the Freezer 34 One reaches a height of 30 decibels, the new Freezer 34 will reach a peak of 32 decibels.