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CORSAIR is Ready for AMD Ryzen

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CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware and PC components, today announced its extensive compatibility for the groundbreaking new range of AMD Ryzen processors and the AM4 platform. With a completely new CPU architecture, chipset and CPU socket, AMD Ryzen demands the latest in performance PC hardware. With a wide range of compatible DDR4 memory, liquid CPU coolers and PSUs, CORSAIR has everything enthusiasts need to make AMD Ryzen CPUs run to the full extent of their abilities.

"CORSAIR is uniquely positioned for the launch of AMD Ryzen, with an outstanding range of not just high-performance DDR4 memory, but liquid CPU cooling and power supplies as well," said Travis Kirsch Director, Product Management, Client at AMD. "CORSAIR offers everything system builders need to get the absolute best performance from AMD Ryzen and the new AM4 platform."



AMD Ryzen CPUs require the latest DDR4 memory and CORSAIR has a growing range of AMD Ryzen qualified high-performance DDR4 memory, with more kits being certified for Ryzen processors every day. Launching with Vengeance LPX 16GB, 32GB and 64GB kits running at 2,133 MHz and 2,400 MHz, and Dominator Platinum 16 GB running at 3,000 MHz, CORSAIR has the DDR4 memory to match your choice of AMD Ryzen build. Check http://www.corsair.com/ryzen for a full up-to-date list.

AMD Ryzen processors dynamically adjust and optimize performance based on power and temperature conditions; lower temperatures mean higher clock speeds and better benchmarks. With the addition of a CORSAIR Hydro Series liquid CPU cooler, you're able to cool Ryzen processors to temperatures substantially lower than when using standard air cooling, allowing for higher clock speeds, better performance and easier overclocking.

AMD Ryzen processors also bring an entirely new CPU socket, AM4, and the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60, H110i and H100i are ready right out of the box to deliver superior liquid CPU cooling to socket AM4 Ryzen CPUs. The rest of the CORSAIR Hydro Series range of coolers are also fully compatible with AMD Ryzen and AM4 via an additional mounting bracket. CORSAIR is proud to announce that, for a limited time, an AM4 bracket will be supplied, upon request, to all qualifying Hydro Series owners free of charge, including shipping to EU, USA and select other countries. Brackets start shipping on March 2nd, so check http://www.corsair.com/ryzen for full details.

What's the use of performance without the power to supply it? CORSAIR PSUs have been trusted by PC enthusiasts for over a decade, winning hundreds of industry and reviewer awards thanks to a complete commitment to quality, reliable and performance. Now that legacy comes to AMD Ryzen, with every CORSAIR PSU fully compatible with all new AMD X370, B350 and X320 chipset motherboards. Equip the legendary 80-PLUS Titanium AX1500i, the low-noise 80-PLUS GOLD RMx series, or the dependable 80-PLUS Bronze CX series to complete your Ryzen system.

"We're extremely excited about the new AMD Ryzen processors and the new AMD platform" said Aaron Neal, Senior Manager of DIY product Marketing at CORSAIR. "With extensive DDR4, Hydro Cooler and PSU support across our entire range, enthusiasts can be sure that CORSAIR has everything they need to build the perfect Ryzen system."

To see how CORSAIR DDR4, Hydro Series Liquid CPU Coolers and CORSAIR power supplies can help build your next PC powered by the AMD Ryzen Processors, please visit this page.

Hydro Series Cooler Compatibility Details
The following CORSAIR Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers are fully compatible with the new AM4 socket out-of-the box:
  • Hydro Series H60
  • Hydro Series H110i (Hydro Series H110i GT)
  • Hydro Series H100i
The following CORSAIR Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers require an additional AM4 bracket for AMD Ryzen compatibility:
  • Hydro Series H50
  • Hydro Series H55
  • Hydro Series H75
  • Hydro Series H80i v2 (H80i GT)
  • Hydro Series H90,
  • Hydro Series H100i v2 (H100i GTX)
  • Hydro Series H105
  • Hydro Series H110i GTX
  • Hydro Series H115i
DDR4 Compatibility Details
The below-listed CORSAIR DDR4 kits are currently recommended for AMD Ryzen CPUs and accompanying chipsets:
  • CMD16GX4M2B3000C15 Dominator Platinum
  • CMK32GX4M4A2133C15 Vengeance LPX
  • CMK32GX4M4A2400C16 Vengeance LPX
  • CMK64GX4M4A2400C16 Vengeance LPX
  • CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance LPX
  • CMK32GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance LPX

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Curious that the 3000MHz LPX kits the reviewers got are not in the list.
 
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Ready for Ryzen, has a nice ring to it
 
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From what i understand, 4 3000Mhz DIMMs on Ryzen is not trivial.
Some AM4 motherboards already have memory competability lists, and in some, DIMMs over 2.4Ghz are only supported in a 2-DIMM configuration.
 

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Lovely. I was starting to lose hope that Corsair would sell an AM4 bracket for the H105. If i had to buy a new cooler completely i would of most likely stuck with my intel system
 
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Lovely. I was starting to lose hope that Corsair would sell an AM4 bracket for the H105. If i had to buy a new cooler completely i would of most likely stuck with my intel system


I just pre-ordered my bracket, started to feel the same way too
 
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What difference can a PSU make with a new processor ?
 
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What difference can a PSU make with a new processor ?

Support for idle/C-states, for example. Haswell had an issue with some older PSUs that randomly shut down due to this.
 
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Sticking with the H100i on my 1700X build. Thought about going with a Noctua, but God that color scheme is awful.

Used the H60 in a previous FX-4100 build and got it to 5Ghz so it will be interesting to see how the Ryzen compares.
 
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搞定了,免费的!贼船良心啊
already ordered for free! cannot wait for ryzen!
 

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Why is my H110 missing -_-

youre letting your ADHD get the better of you....

Hydro Series Cooler Compatibility Details
The following CORSAIR Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers are fully compatible with the new AM4 socket out-of-the box:
  • Hydro Series H60
  • Hydro Series H110i (Hydro Series H110i GT)
  • Hydro Series H100i

Providing you still have your AMD mounts somewhere and havent thrown them away, you should be ok
 

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What about the h80(without i). It has a clip mounting on am3. Is it compatible with am4 or do I really test it myself ending up having a 500$ CPU with no cooler?
I don't want to order a new one just to be save.
 
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The AM4 mounting clips are the same as AM3, only the holes are different.

So if your cooler/water block uses the clips you are good to go, if it uses the holes you need a new mount unless the board has both AM3 and AM4 holes.
 
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