With an installation height of only 42.9 mm, the Alpine 17 LP is particularly suitable for small and narrow housings. It is space-saving, easy to assemble and allows full access to all components close to the CPU. The compact Top-Blower CPU cooler also cools areas around the CPU socket and is predestined for HTPC and Mini-ITX cases.Designed for Intel Alder Lake
The Alpine 17 LP is specifically adapted and optimised for Intel's new LGA1700 CPUs.
The radial cooler and the mounting spots are designed so that the centre of the cooler is centred on the CPU. Thus, the processors hotspot in all variants is covered by the aluminium core.Easy And Tool-Free Installation
Installation is very easy thanks to the push pins and the coolers light weight. The cooler can be easily mounted on the built-in motherboard without any tools. Thanks to the proven snap-in mechanism of the push pins, the cooler can be reliably installed at all times, even in the case of vibrations.Wide rpm Range
The Alpine 17 LP features an updated motor with a very wide PWM-controlled RPM range from 300 up to 3000 RPM. At low system load, the fan switches off almost completely. This keeps the noise level at a minimum while guaranteeing maximum cooling performance under stress.Pre-Applied MX-4 Thermal Paste
The popular, very efficient MX-4 thermal compound is already pre-applied and not only ensures a quick and clean installation - the PREMIUM Performance Thermal Paste also eliminates air pockets and ensures perfect transfer of the exhaust heat from the processor IHS to the Alpine 17 LP's heat sink. The MX-4 from ARCTIC is characterised above all by its very good long-term durability.High-Quality Bearing
Thanks to an alloy/lubricant combination developed in Germany, friction inside the bearing is reduced and higher efficiency is achieved. As a result, there is less heat development, less bearing noise and the service life of the fan is extended.Proven Technology
ARCTIC uses a proven heat sink design in the Alpine 17 LP. The extra fine Y-shaped, fanned-out cooling fins ensure a considerable increase in the cooling surface and optimisation of airflow. A novel production process makes it possible to extrude the fins even more finely without making them unstable. This enables the production of a powerful, but at the same time, very flat and compact radial heat sink.