Current coolers for Ryzen?
Will the current coolers especially AIO liquid coolers be compatible with the AMD Ryzen or AM4 socket? '); }
Corsair AM4 Adapter/Compatibility Bracket
Have a Corsair H series cooler from a prior build or looking to pick one up for your current ( or future) Ryzen build? Discouraged by the lack of AM4 support?Good news, Corsair makes an adapter bracket for AM4. Fairly certain it works for almost all recent H series cards. Link below. Happy coo...
Ryzen... Ryzen makes me Happy. I think. ?
So far (it's been, maybe a week?), I'm pretty happy with my current "new" Ryzen 5 1600 rig.I mean, it was a PITA to attempt to OC on the stock Wraith Spire heatsink.I still think that I wasn't doing something right, or my case airflow just sucks overall (being in a desk cubby, although th...
Will this cool a Ryzen ?
Looking around my little stock pile of parts was one of my favorite coolers.A ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120 I was wondering if it would fit and cool a Ryzen 1700X at around 4GHz.I would be putting it in a Phantecs Enthoo Pro M with a Asus CH6 mobo. '); }
A new mounting solution required for coolers correct? If so, why? People flip their lid when Intel offers another chipset. At least that's offering an improvement.I heard today that Ryzen 5 is Ryzen 7 with cores disabled. Any information in regards to core unlocking?Any new boards on the ho...
Upgrading to Ryzen? What's in your old computer?
Are you upgrading to Ryzen? What is in your old computer?I think the reason that Ryzen is such a popular upgrade is that many people have been sitting on their older Core i5/i7 system and haven't found Intel's current offerings to be compelling enough to upgrade.
Noctua offers free upgrade-kits for AMD Ryzen platform
Noctua offers free upgrade-kits for AMD Ryzen platform:Quote:Here is why we all love Noctua, they will provide users of its CPU coolers with free mounting upgrade kits for the new AM4 socket of AMD's upcoming Ryzen archiitecture.Full Article via Guru3d:Source '); }
Upgrade or Ryzen?
Im currently planning a complete pc rebuild. At this point should i wait for the AMD announcements since Ryzen is supposed to compete with Intel current chips directly at less of a premium price? '); }
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