The Freezer 34 eSports shares the heatsink shape and the overall design with the previous model it replaces, the Freezer 33 eSports. Other changes include a different top plate on the heatsink, an improved mounting system and of course, the usage of a single BioniX P120 fan.
The heatsink uses 54 aluminum fins, each with a thickens of 0.4 mm. The heatpipes and fins are covered by a thermal coating that creates micro-turbulence, with the main goal of creating an even heat transfer between the surfaces.
Just like the cooler it replaces, the Freezer 34 eSports uses four copper made heatpipes, each with an outer diameter of 6mm. These heatpipes make direct contact with the CPU surface, these are also arranged in the traditional U-shape to help dissipate the heat faster.
The base of the cooler has a direct touch design, the four heatpipes as previously mentioned, are part of the base plate and will make direct contact with the CPU surface. While the direct contact design is good for heat dissipation, a smooth base plate is better, thanks to the full and smooth coverage of the CPU Die surface.
The top plate of the heatsink has been changed on the Freezer 34 eSports model, now featuring the new Arctic AC logo. The endings of the heatpipes are not even and are also not covered by a cap or protective cover.
The fan used by the cooler part of the new BioniX P series, model number P120 with the dimensions: 120 x 120 x 27 mm and a variable speed starting at 200 RPM and maxing out at 2100 RPM. The bearing system used in this fan is a standard Fluid Dynamic Bearing.