It appears like Corsair is preparing a next gen series of All-in-One CPU liquid coolers in the nick of time for the launch of Intel’s Alder Lake processors for desktop PCs. Leak-centric tech website VideoCardz has lots of in-depth pictures of these brand-new AiO CPU coolers, from different angles. A few of the dripped marketing photos even reveal the coolers set up in a system based around an Asus Prime Z690 Motherboard, with Corsair Vengeance DDR5 memory.
Of course, the brand-new AiOs will include installs for LGA1700, for the brand-new ADL processor/ socket. On Instagram, Corsair company is teasing the pump-block LCD in specific. This is going to be a circular screen and users are going to have the ability to personalize what is shown on the screen. From the images we can see that beneficial status figures will be among the alternatives users can set up– fan RPM, CPU temperatures, coolant temperature, and other specifications will be monitorable through the integrated screen.
Among the Corsair PR products dripped, you can see information of the private fans, numerous angles of the CPU block, and both a dual-fan and triple fan radiator. We do not understand if these are existing aRGB fans or if they too have actually been updated.
Corsair AiO coolers are prepared for LGA1700 and Intel Alder Lake processors
There is some peace of mind that your Corsair AiO financial investment will not need to be flushed down the pan must you update to Intel ADL-S in the coming months. The company has actually revealed that it has actually developed an LGA1700 Retrofit Kit which supports a vast array of presently delivering and previous all-in-one CPU coolers, “consisting of the complete acclaimed Elite Capellix variety, RGB PRO XT variety, H100 x, and more”.
The packages for LGA1700 from Corsair aren’t complimentary, however are really sensible at $2.99/ EUR2.99/ ₤ 1.99 with complimentary shipping in the United States and Europe. A total installing set (instead of upgrade) is readily available, too, for $1499