Friday, May 22nd 2020

GELID CPU Coolers Fully Compatible with Intel LGA1200

The 10th generation Intel Core desktop processor family was launched recently along with its companion motherboards based on the Intel 400-series chipsets. The new processors (codename "Comet Lake-S") utilize the LGA 1200 socket which shares the same mechanicals and has the identical 75x75mm spacing of mounting holes as the older LGA 1151 and other 115x sockets. All current GELID CPU coolers that support LGA 115x are also compatible with the new LGA 1200 socket, no additional mounting kits or accessory upgrades are required.

And especially, our latest Phantom, Phantom Black and Sirocco CPU Coolers also fully support overclocking capabilities of the top unlocked Core i9-10900K, Core i7-10700K and Core i5-10600K processors enabling boosted performance and enhanced cooling for your power-hungry gaming rigs.
LGA1200 Compatible CPU Cooler Lineup:
  • Phantom
  • Phantom Black
  • Sirocco
  • Tranquillo Rev 4
  • Tornado
  • SlimHero
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8 Comments on GELID CPU Coolers Fully Compatible with Intel LGA1200

#1
EarthDog
Are there going to be any that don't fit?

I'm confused... it's the same dimensions all around.
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#2
TheLostSwede
EarthDog
Are there going to be any that don't fit?

I'm confused... it's the same dimensions all around.
New product from a CPU maker means some attention via press releases about compatibility for the cooler makers...
I guess it's just to assure people that there are no problems, or something...
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#3
EarthDog
TheLostSwede
New product from a CPU maker means some attention via press releases about compatibility for the cooler makers...
I guess it's just to assure people that there are no problems, or something...
Indeed. Must be a slow news day or something.

In other news, water is still wet. :p
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#4
Nater
EarthDog
Are there going to be any that don't fit?

I'm confused... it's the same dimensions all around.
It's got to be ON THE BOX! :D

TOMMY MY BOY!
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#5
Dave65
Nater
It's got to be ON THE BOX! :D

TOMMY MY BOY!
All I want is the god damn box..:roll::roll::roll::roll::roll:

Great movie!
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#6
kapone32
EarthDog
Are there going to be any that don't fit?

I'm confused... it's the same dimensions all around.
I would love to see how an air cooler (especially some of the lower end ones in that list) would do with an OC for the 10900K.
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#7
EarthDog
kapone32
I would love to see how an air cooler (especially some of the lower end ones in that list) would do with an OC for the 10900K.
Depends on the cooler. That said, I wouldn't put a low end unit on this CPU in the first place, nonetheless OCing on it. That makes about as much sense as someone else here saying the 'stock' intel cooler doesn't handle this CPU overclocked (derp!).

I would put nothing less than high-end air or a 2x120mm AIO+...
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#8
Flanker
EarthDog
Depends on the cooler. That said, I wouldn't put a low end unit on this CPU in the first place, nonetheless OCing on it. That makes about as much sense as someone else here saying the 'stock' intel cooler doesn't handle this CPU overclocked (derp!).

I would put nothing less than high-end air or a 2x120mm AIO+...
Man I miss the days when we can put can any POS cooler that are little more than slags with a loud fan attached and expect the CPU underneath to be perfectly functional at stock clocks. But then that was before turbo boost existed so I guess that's not really fair... :p
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