3D print model LGA 1700 bracket to solve CPU bending problem
The socket of Intel’s 12th-generation Core desktop processor has changed from LGA 1200 to LGA 1700, its shape has also changed from square to rectangle, and the way of locking is different from before. In fact, the latch of the LGA 1700 socket is obviously much more stressed than the LGA 1200 socket, and the more serious problem is that it will bend the processor and affect the heat dissipation effect. Perhaps Intel launched Alder Lake too hastily, resulting in the related optimization work not being done well.
Since Igor’sLAB has a successful solution as a reference, the idea has been proved to be effective, Luumi will customize a new 3D bracket. It may be necessary to adjust its height, hoping to achieve the same cooling effect as the spacer solution, so that the Core i5-12600K processor can achieve the best performance.