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AMD creates a list of Threadripper compatible CPU coolers

AMD will be updating this list as more TR4 ready coolers become available

AMD creates a list of Threadripper compatible CPU coolers

AMD creates a list of Threadripper compatible CPU coolers

 
Anyone who is well acquainted with AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper series of CPUs will know that its TR4 socket is massive and as such will not be compatible with most existing CPU cooling solutions.  
 
Thankfully AMD has worked to address this issue by creating a list of Ryzen Threadripper compatible CPU coolers, which will help end users to purchase an appropriate cooling solution. This list will be updated over time and is currently available to view here
 
 


It's super simple: included with every AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPU is a free mounting bracket that enables compatibility with a wide range of premium closed-loop liquid cooling (CLC) solutions. These beautiful CLCs will keep your new Threadripper chip nice and chilly, and we maintain a list of over 20 solutions that are compatible with the included bracket. We'll be updating the list regularly for you!

There are also cooling solutions on the way that do not use AMD's provided bracket, and those will be added to the official list over time as well. Before purchasing such a solution, verify with the manufacturer or retailer that the cooler includes out-of-box sTR4 support. Some coolers pre-date the Ryzen Threadripper CPU, and are receiving mid-production updates after a certain date to include the compatible mounting hardware.

  

Below is AMD's current list of TR4 compatible cooling solutions. 

 

AMD creates a list of Threadripper compatible CPU coolers

 

You can join the discussion on AMD Ryzen Threadripper compatible cooling solutions on the OC3D Forums

 

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03-08-2017, 07:07:25

Korreborg
Not a lot of aircoolers on that list Quote

03-08-2017, 07:15:39

AlienALX
AIOs tend to have an enormous cold plate. Air coolers are trimmed and machined to make it the same size as the CPU. That's why.Quote

04-08-2017, 02:42:31

MacLeod
Still debating on if I want to do a TR build or not but if I do I think I would prefer to wait til manufacturers came out with coolers that were built for Threadripper. Ya gotta think these things are gonna put out a ton of heat and I think it would be better for overclockers if we had a block that fit the entire surface of the CPU. I understand that the blocks out today supposedly cover the heat spreader but I'd still prefer one that covers the entire surface. Heat spreader or not, the entire lid is going to dissipate heat.Quote

04-08-2017, 07:08:25

The_Governour
I will most probably build a TR machine but it would be in the P5 with a 480/80mm MONSTA radiator.

I would also wait for a full mobo waterblock as well to cool this beast. In short - custom loop and 480 MONSTA rad ONLY for cpu + mobo.Quote
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