Thursday, May 26th 2022

GIGABYTE Provides the Perfect Thermal Solution for Socket AM5 Motherboards

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and hardware solutions today announced all AIO liquid coolers lineup and tower fans for multi-platform are attached with brackets for Socket AM5 to support the new coming AMD motherboards, which provides users the optimal CPU heat dissipation and hands-down system upgrade without changing coolers.

Considering the inconvenience of upgrade CPU fans along with platforms, GIGABYTE always takes into account of the platform variation in the initial design stage of Cooler and tower fan. After confirmed the continuity of AM4 brackets on the Socket AM5 platform, GIGABTYE proved that all AIO liquid coolers lineup and tower fans can provide the optimal thermal performance to the new platform through rigorous tests. For users who has bought GIGABYTE coolers or tower fans designed for multi platforms, no change or adjustment will be needed to suffice the new platform.
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8 Comments on GIGABYTE Provides the Perfect Thermal Solution for Socket AM5 Motherboards

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Lenne
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That air cooler looks pretty damn nice. Sucks though that I have a decent RGB tower already.
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#2
DrCR
Ah yes, the Gigabyte logo - the eagle about to throw a punch.
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watzupken
Gigabyte sounds like they are the ones that are making AM4 coolers compatible with AM5 platform. However AMD have already confirmed in the past that AM4 coolers are compatible with AM5.
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Lenne
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watzupkenGigabyte sounds like they are the ones that are making AM4 coolers compatible with AM5 platform. However AMD have already confirmed in the past that AM4 coolers are compatible with AM5.
I can bet that they're not the only manufacturer who does/is going to do that. We've seen that numerous times when Intel changed their socket, but the mounting stayed the same.
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#5
watzupken
LenneThat air cooler looks pretty damn nice. Sucks though that I have a decent RGB tower already.
It only looks nice. But there are more capable air coolers out there.
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Lenne
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watzupkenIt only looks nice. But there are more capable air coolers out there.
Absolutely. I bet my Arctic Freezer 50 does perform better and looks that it's about half the price.
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watzupken
LenneI can bet that they're not the only manufacturer who does/is going to do that. We've seen that numerous times when Intel changed their socket, but the mounting stayed the same.
This is the part that I can't stand,

"GIGABYTE always takes into account of the platform variation in the initial design stage of Cooler and tower fan."

My take is that Gigabyte don't make the cooler. They buy from an OEM and decorate it with their own aesthetics. So I am not sure where in the "design stage" did they consider platform variation.
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Lenne
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watzupkenThis is the part that I can't stand,

"GIGABYTE always takes into account of the platform variation in the initial design stage of Cooler and tower fan."

My take is that Gigabyte don't make the cooler. They buy from an OEM and decorate it with their own aesthetics. So I am not sure where in the "design stage" did they consider platform variation.
Yeah, most likely. I actually wonder how many manufacturer does manufacture their coolers instead of reaching an OEM.

The same goes for PSUs as well.
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