Intel Alder Lake with Copper IHS Kit can reduce the temperature by 15 degrees
Over the past few years, CPU openings have not been big news. Many PC gamers who are pursuing the ultimate are trying to open the lid to get better heat dissipation so that the CPU can exert stronger performance. Recently, RockItCool released a Copper IHS Kit dedicated to Intel’s 12th generation Core series desktop processors (Alder Lake-S), at the same time, liquid metal is applied, which means that it can reduce the temperature by 15 degrees. FanlessTech has found through testing that it will indeed have better heat dissipation after replacing the new top cover.
- CNC machined to tight tolerances
- Uses same relid guide as the stock IHS
- Surface area increased by 9.5% over stock
- Smooth and flat surfaces for maximum contact with CPU and cooling solutions.
- Fits 12th Gen CPUs only. Tested on 12900, 12600 & 12400
- NOTE: The Copper IHS is 100% compatible with the EK & Bitspower Monoblock
- Guide on how to easily remove solder from the CPU
- Marked to show liquid metal application area to eliminate guessing
From the comparison test chart provided, it can be seen that when the Alder Lake chip with a frequency of 5.1 GHz is used with the original cooling top cover, the temperature will rise rapidly until it reaches about 85 degrees. After replacing the pure copper heat dissipation top cover, the maximum temperature can be stabilized around 70 degrees, which is reduced by 15 degrees.