XSPC has announced their cooling solution for AMD's TR4 socket Ryzen Threadripper CPUs. The Raystorm Neo Threadripper has a massive cold plate measuring 80 x 66.5 mm which is the largest of any CPU block announced for Threadripper so far. Accompanying this is a machined fin stack that covers all four dies- two active, two dummy- to where it also appears to be very optimized for the platform as well. The Raystorm Neo comes with a chrome or black chrome plated solid aluminum mounting bracket with an acrylic top to see the coolant flowing through the copper cold plate underneath. The coolant does not come in contact with the aluminum mounting bracket. XSPC also bundles in an RGB controller with two RGB LEDs, with the controller supporting some breathing modes and static lighting effects to toggle between. Compared to their recently announced Raystorm Neo for AMD's AM4 socket, we can see the base plate and fin stack is significantly larger in both ways too (Raystorm Neo Threadripper on the left below, Raystorm Neo for AM4 socket on the right). Despite this, XSPC says they have designed the water block with coolant flow restriction in mind and also point out that their updated mounting system with no guesswork anymore helps with the installation process. There is no word on pricing or availability at this point.