DeepCool announced that its CPU cooler will support AM5 platform
DeepCool has announced that it will release mounting clips for the AMD AM5 platform to allow users to continue using their existing CPU coolers on AMD’s latest Ryzen 7000 series processors. In addition, DeepCool is selling, and the upcoming CPU coolers have fully supported the AM5 platform.
AMD has adopted a new top cover design on the Ryzen 7000 series processors and has already confirmed that the AM5 socket (LGA 1718) will be compatible with most AM4 platform CPU coolers. However, due to the replacement of the CPU package from PGA to LGA, and the change of the CPU installation method, the height of a small number of CPU coolers on the AM4 and AM5 platforms may be slightly different, and an upgrade kit is required.
DeepCool will release a CPU cooler upgrade kit compatible with the AM5 platform to improve the matching degree with the socket, which includes the accessories required for installation. Customers who purchase DeepCool CPU coolers after January 1, 2022, can apply for AM5 platform installation clips through the official website and need to provide proof of purchasing AM5 processors or motherboards and pay the corresponding shipping costs.
Customers who use DeepCool CPU coolers can also log in to the official website to verify whether the CPU cooler they use needs this type of fastener, and can directly enter the serial number of the cooler that needs to be verified, and then determine whether they need to apply.