XSPC announced their new Raystorm Neo Threadripper series CPU water block

XSPC announced their new Raystorm Neo Threadripper series CPU water block

XSPC announced their new Raystorm Neo Threadripper series CPU water block

 
With the release of Threadripper many manufacturers of water cooling all-in-one cooler designs have opted to use mounting kit upgrades to support AMD’s latest socket, providing a solution that works well but is sub-optimal, to say the least.   
 
Threadripper offers a huge IHS design that is not completely covered by many AIO liquid coolers, with most designs covering the active dies under AMD’s IHS and not much more. This is enough to adequately cool the CPU, but not enough to please everyone. 
 
This has left many manufacturers in a situation where they feel it is necessary to provide a “proper” Threadripper cooling solution, with liquid coolers that not only cover Threadripper’s IHS with their mounting plates but covers all of Threadripper’s CPU dies with a copper finstack, providing maximum cooling performance. 
 
XSPC have now announced their new Threadripper-specific Raystorm Neo CPU water block, which comes with a larger mounting plate and a Threadripper optimised finstack to offer optimal cooling for AMD’s newest CPU designs. XSPC also bundles RGB LEDs with these new water block designs, which are compliant with most motherboard RGB software standards. 

  

XSPC announced their new Raystorm Neo Threadripper series CPU water block

 

In the image below we can see that XSPC has not only given their water block a larger mounting plate but has delivered a huge cooling finstack with their new Neo Threadripper mounting plate, allowing XSPC to offer enhanced cooling performance.  

With these modifications, this water block will be Threadripper/TR4 and EPYC/SP3 only, lacking the ability to mount onto other motherboards/socket designs. 

  
XSPC announced their new Raystorm Neo Threadripper series CPU water block  

XSPC has not released pricing and availability information on these new water blocks, though they are expected to release in the near future. 

 

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