CPU cooler from Arctic: Upgrade kits for Intel Alder Lake from mid-October

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Want to go to Noctua too Arctic Assembly kits for his CPU cooler offer to do this with the new socket LGA 1700 for Intel Alder Lake-S to make compatible. If you present proof of purchase for the processor, the upgrade kit should be available free of charge.

With the base LGA 1700 Not only does the number of contact surfaces in the CPU socket change, but also the hole spacing for installing coolers. Noctua already announced a month ago that existing cooling solutions can continue to be used free upgrade kits for its range of coolers announced.

Arctic announces (free) assembly kits

The company Arctic follows this example and provides LGA-1700 assembly kits for mid-October “for all Freezer 34 models, the entire Liquid Freezer II series, the Freezer 50 as well as Freezer i13 X and Freezer i13 X CO“In prospect. in the Arctic-Webshop should the sets “be available for a service fee of € 5.99“. But there is also the possibility of “upon submission of a corresponding processor purchase receipt” the set “completely free“Arctic reports.

In future, most of the manufacturer’s current coolers will be delivered directly with the respective assembly kit for LGA 1700. With new presentations like the “End of October“Freezer i35 A-RGB to be expected, there will be compatibility with Intel Alder Lake-S ex works, as expected.

New boxed cooler

Of course, Intel’s boxed coolers included in the retail packaging of the CPUs also need to be adjusted by changing the socket at Alder Lake. Just recently a photo of a presentation was published that allegedly is Intel’s next generation boxed cooler for the 12th generation Core based on the Hybrid architecture Alder Lake (details) shows. As a result, Intel will be relying on RGB LEDs in the future, but will stick to the push-pin installation method.

It is already clear that it will not be long before Intel’s new generation of CPUs appears first listings in the trade at. Along with the processors, the matching mainboards are included 600 series chipsets expected.

Source: ComputerBase by www.computerbase.de.

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