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 Post subject: ThreadRipper Compatability H320 X2
 Post Posted: May 31st, 2017, 2:15 pm 
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Since we know that threadripper socket SP3r2 is literally massive, is there going to be a braket for the waterblock to fit it? Is the water block even big enough or will i have to buy another one to put on my h320 x2 to let it fit threadripper.


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 Post subject: Re: ThreadRipper Compatability H320 X2
 Post Posted: June 1st, 2017, 7:34 pm 
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chimarz wrote:
Since we know that threadripper socket SP3r2 is literally massive, is there going to be a braket for the waterblock to fit it? Is the water block even big enough or will i have to buy another one to put on my h320 x2 to let it fit threadripper.


If you're going down the new Threadripper route (TR4 form factor) it will need a new bracket and waterblock from Swiftech. The new form factor is much larger than Ryzen. So, I'm expecting something from Swiftech in the coming months as motherboard makers release their X399 chipset products into the market.

Edit: AMD will be interested in getting as many specialists CPU cooling vendors on board for the launch of Threadripper during the summer time frame. Would think that Switftech can easily contact AMD to get the specs and make up a unique waterblock for TR4 LGA SP3r2 as well as the up coming EPYC using the SP3 socket design. So far the only specialist cooling vendor to showcase any products is Noctua.


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 Post subject: Re: ThreadRipper Compatability H320 X2
 Post Posted: June 2nd, 2017, 6:43 pm 
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Alright that is what i figured thank you for your reassurance.


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 Post subject: Re: ThreadRipper Compatability H320 X2
 Post Posted: June 3rd, 2017, 1:54 am 
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chimarz wrote:
Alright that is what i figured thank you for your reassurance.


The more interesting announcement from AMD is Vega RX. In addition to the Threadripper CPU waterblock, Swiftech will be interested in making the VGA waterblock for the up-coming Vega RX. AMD is also going to need cooling specialists like Switftech to provide water cooling solutions to enthusiasts who want to push the framerates at 4k/UHD with HDR10.

Right now, there is no stock available for Swiftechs' KOMODO NV-LE GTX TITAN X (Pascal) VGA waterblock. I assume this is due to popularity.


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