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Old 28-07-17, 04:09 PM
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Noctua will not be releasing any Threadripper TR4 mounting kits for their coolers

Noctua will be releasing Threadripper/EPYC specific coolers.



Read more on Noctua's TR4/SP3 plans.

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Old 28-07-17, 04:24 PM
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i have no problems with that decision.

i am a big fan of the NH-D15 and i think to get the best performing aircooler for TR you will need a new design.
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Old 28-07-17, 05:18 PM
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Seems odd. I think the D15 would be able to handle it.
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Old 28-07-17, 05:33 PM
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Seems odd. I think the D15 would be able to handle it.
I don't know fella, there is one hell of a surface area for the block to cover
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Old 28-07-17, 05:37 PM
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I don't know fella, there is one hell of a surface area for the block to cover
Not to mention the core count. That's a lot of heat generating cores packed into that big turtle shell.
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Old 28-07-17, 05:40 PM
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AMD should have just put 2 x 1800X dies on the same PCB instead of recycling failed Epyc units that have 2 disabled dies on the PCB, Would have made the total package 50% smaller.
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Old 28-07-17, 05:44 PM
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Has anyone heard if the ThreadRipper CPU's are coming with liquid cooling AIO or not. I read the speculation article here, yet would love a definitive yes or no

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Old 28-07-17, 05:57 PM
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AMD should have just put 2 x 1800X dies on the same PCB instead of recycling failed Epyc units that have 2 disabled dies on the PCB, Would have made the total package 50% smaller.
And cost 50% more
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Old 28-07-17, 06:27 PM
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AMD should have just put 2 x 1800X dies on the same PCB instead of recycling failed Epyc units that have 2 disabled dies on the PCB, Would have made the total package 50% smaller.
Until they decide to release a 32 core.
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Old 28-07-17, 06:33 PM
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AMD should have just put 2 x 1800X dies on the same PCB instead of recycling failed Epyc units that have 2 disabled dies on the PCB, Would have made the total package 50% smaller.

yeah i guess they are all stupid at AMD and don´t know what they are doing..... you should help them out next time.

unlike intel with it´s decicion to use TIM i guess AMD has better reasons for the socket size.
i mean this socket does not come cheap.

and we don´t know what the future holds in place for the socket.
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