Corsair release AM4 ready brackets for their existing AIO liquid coolers

Corsair release AM4 ready brackets for their existing AIO liquid coolers

Corsair release AM4 ready brackets for their existing AIO liquid coolers

Corsair release AM4 ready brackets for their existing AIO liquid coolers

 
Corsair has now released AM4 ready retention brackets for their existing H-series AIO liquid coolers, which will be free for a limited time. 
 
Some of Corsair's existing coolers will support Ryzen out of the box, including the H100i, H60 and H110i GT, though the majority of Corsair's existing AIO lineup will require an AM4 ready mounting kit to be used with AMD's latest AM4 motherboards. 
 
Below is a list from Corsair, listing which CPU coolers are Ryzen compatible and what coolers will require an aftermarket AM4 retention bracket. This bracket is now available on the Corsair store for £4, though for a limited time Corsair fans will be able to get this upgrade kit for free if they use the code "CORSAIRAM4BR" at checkout. 

 

Corsair release AM4 ready brackets for their existing AIO liquid coolers  

This new kit will allow almost all of Corsair's H-series of liquid coolers to support AMD's new Ryzen/AM4 CPU socket. 

You can learn more about Corsair's AM4/Ryzne support here. 

 

Join the discussion on Corsair's AM4 socket support on the OC3D Forums

 

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01-03-2017, 06:43:32

g0ggles1994
And now I can breathe a sigh of relief, was getting worried I was going to have all the hardware but no cooler to that will fitQuote

01-03-2017, 09:24:32

Senna
So. . .i see a quick "middle finger" to very popular h45 owners because its "too cheap" ?Quote

01-03-2017, 09:40:23

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Senna View Post
So. . .i see a quick "middle finger" to very popular h45 owners because its "too cheap" ?
I don't think that would be the case. I think that if Corsair are not making a bracket for it right now it could be simply that it's not good enough to cool a 8c 16t chip.

I put a H60 on my FX 8320 once. Honestly? it was no better than the stock cooler. Could not even manage the 3.7ghz stock all 8 core boost without throttling.

Changed that to a H100, got another ghz+ out of it.

These are not low end entry level CPUs. They are the big boys so will need sufficient cooling.Quote

01-03-2017, 09:52:28

Senna
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I don't think that would be the case. I think that if Corsair are not making a bracket for it right now it could be simply that it's not good enough to cool a 8c 16t chip.

I put a H60 on my FX 8320 once. Honestly? it was no better than the stock cooler. Could not even manage the 3.7ghz stock all 8 core boost without throttling.

Changed that to a H100, got another ghz+ out of it.

These are not low end entry level CPUs. They are the big boys so will need sufficient cooling.
That is very interesting HOWEVER 8320 is 125W cpu really. Not sure where you live that makes you assume everybody buys 400dollar cpus but in reality the 6 core and quad ones will sell more in volume. Yet they still need to have cooler attached right?
H45 is actually better performance wise than H60 according to any website, due to a much much bigger pump mounted on radiator and not the tiny one on cpu block. Its currently sitting on an i7 2600k @ 4,45Ghz and i never saw the temperature reach 50C.
Still, corsair supports H60 but not higher performing H45.
If u dont know what is company about its always money. So instant assumption is H45 got left out because it is in some regions 50% cheaper than h60Quote

01-03-2017, 09:59:21

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Senna View Post
That is very interesting HOWEVER 8320 is 125W cpu really. Not sure where you live that makes you assume everybody buys 400dollar cpus but in reality the 6 core and quad ones will sell more in volume. Yet they still need to have cooler attached tight?
And they may launch as late as September so you are probably worrying over nothing.

Not sure where you live that makes you be rude when some one is trying to help you though.

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Originally Posted by Senna View Post
H45 is actually better performance wise than H60 according to any website, due to a much much bigger pump mounted on radiator and not the tiny one on cpu block. Its currently sitting on an i7 2600k @ 4,45Ghz and i never saw the temperature reach 50C.
Still, corsair supports H60 but not higher performing H45.
If u dont know what is company about its always money. So instant assumption is H45 got left out because it is in some regions 50% cheaper than h60
Then wait and see what happens, no? Just because Corsair haven't immediately released an adaptor for it does not mean that they aren't.

Personally speaking if I were you I would do some research and see what other Corsair AIOs are made with the same pump/block as yours.

You may find that Corsair already have one available. It's very rare for them to use a single design on a single cooler.Quote
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