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Cool Server: server fans in AM5 and SP5!

Cool Server: server fans in AM5 and SP5!

After its next generations of processors, AMD will change socket. Indeed, the AM4 will be replaced by the AM5, and the same for the HEDT platform where the Epyc will be installed on the SP5. In short, the Chinese company Cool Server already has a whole series of fans in its boxes for both platforms!

Cool Server: fans for AM5 and SP5 sockets!

Cool Server AMD SP5 S22

The company Cool Server displays, on its website, a number of heatsinks for the AM5 and SP5 platforms. These are for the server market as you can see. For this, the brand offers different types of cooling: passive, relying on the airflow of the case, or active with powerful fans. Of course, the fans of the server radiators are noisy, but in this field, we are looking for efficiency above all.

As far as the choice of materials is concerned, copper is used for the base and heatpipes, and aluminum for the fins. However, some fanless models are entirely made of copper, efficiency first. Similarly, some models even seem to be equipped with a steam chamber.

In short, as we can see, some brands are already ready to welcome AMD’s range of processors, at least on the server side. For the general public, we imagine that this will be done with new mounting mechanisms. Of course, we also expect some new product launches for the occasion… Whatever.

Here and here are aM5 and SP5 heatsinks for servers!

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