Monday, July 15th 2019

Thermaltake Cooling Solutions are AMD Ryzen 3000 Ready

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions announced that their liquid and air cooling solutions are able to help gaming enthusiasts, streamers, overclockers, and content creators break their processing limits by achieving maximum heat transfer and thermal dissipation with the all-new Ryzen 3000 series processors. All coolers are 3rd Gen Ryzen series processor ready. Choose from Thermaltake's strong lineup of liquid and air coolers.
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Cooling Solutions are AMD Ryzen 3000 Ready

#1
P4-630
Socket hasn't changed so you can say the same thing for every other cooler brand.
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#2
TheLostSwede
o_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O
This is crazy talk no?
How is this even possible?
:roll:
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#4
Valantar
Simplified version:

Thermaltake"
Our products still work.
Edit: updated with simplified press releases from Cooler Master and Corsair.

Cooler Master"
Our stuff is also the same as yesterday.
Corsair"
Me three!
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#5
bug
P4-630, post: 4081059, member: 22154"
Socket hasn't changed so you can say the same thing for every other cooler brand.
Socket and TDPs haven't changed, so yeah, a real shocker there...
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#7
ratirt
This sounds like a marketing scheme. Can't find anything else here.
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#8
Berfs1
Yea um, you don’t need internal company certifications for a socket that has already been out.
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#9
demian_vi
there are people less familiar with PCs who will be reassured to buy something with these PR releases/pages. there are no PC experts who might be looking for cooling and these are reassuring them that these products will work
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#10
bug
demian_vi, post: 4081815, member: 187967"
there are people less familiar with PCs who will be reassured to buy something with these PR releases/pages. there are no PC experts who might be looking for cooling and these are reassuring them that these products will work
I highly doubt that. If you're knowledgeable enough to look for aftermarket cooling, you're knowledgeable enough to check for socket compatibility.
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#11
Chrispy_
Valantar, post: 4081097, member: 171585"
Simplified version:
"Our products still work"
- Thermaltake
Whoa there, this is Thermaltake!
In order to claim the product still works, it had to be working originally - and that is never a guarantee for Thermaltake.
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#12
Valantar
Chrispy_, post: 4081872, member: 185623"
Whoa there, this is Thermaltake!
In order to claim the product still works, it had to be working originally - and that is never a guarantee for Thermaltake.
Very true. I just couldn't quite figure out how to make that into a sufficiently snarky yet still simple and snappy comment. It's not an easy balance to maintain, sadly. Damn you, Thermaltake, for making our lives so difficult!
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