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mfoxbot asked this question on 09-16-2021 at 10:40 AM
09-16-2021 at 01:11 PM
No. This cooler is made for an amd cpu.
09-16-2021 at 02:31 PM
maybe, if there is tr4 to 8700 brackets.
but avoid.
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Any cooling product that is socket-specific is always doomed to huge price cuts. I wonder how much companies actually make on these products after R&D, because on the consumer line you have this $120 MSRP air cooler or a 240mm AIO (even TR-specific). And with poor size compatibility/limited mounting adapters, it hurts to see these destined for some dusty closet somewhere. Even though there's not much in terms of rare earth, these things give off big e-waste vibes.
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I'd like to see someone make a 3D printed or sheet metal mount adapter since the TR4 socket is bigger than the AM4 socket. It's a nice-looking cooler with potential, albeit HUGE. It kind of looks like a Honda vertical shaft lawnmower engine though. At this price it might come in handy in the future for a thermoelectric cooler project or something :/
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Any cooling product that is socket-specific is always doomed to huge price cuts. I wonder how much companies actually make on these products after R&D, because on the consumer line you have this $120 MSRP air cooler or a 240mm AIO (even TR-specific). And with poor size compatibility/limited mounting adapters, it hurts to see these destined for some dusty closet somewhere. Even though there's not much in terms of rare earth, these things give off big e-waste vibes.
And that is why we can melt it and make something new.
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Does anyone have this heatsink? If so, can you take off the plastic shroud and measure the height of the cooler without the shroud?
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And that is why we can melt it and make something new.
Recycling plastics and electronics is a bit more costly/complicated than just melting down metal.
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Any cooling product that is socket-specific is always doomed to huge price cuts. I wonder how much companies actually make on these products after R&D, because on the consumer line you have this $120 MSRP air cooler or a 240mm AIO (even TR-specific). And with poor size compatibility/limited mounting adapters, it hurts to see these destined for some dusty closet somewhere. Even though there's not much in terms of rare earth, these things give off big e-waste vibes.
What's giving you the e-waste vibes? There's one small pcb on the fan itself and one to two for the rgb. Compared to the rest of a desktop build, this will be the least of your worries.
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After $90 rebate card. Lol no thanks
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How much is a motherboard and cpu going for, to use this cooler?
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How much is a motherboard and cpu going for, to use this cooler?
Are you building a computer based on the cpu cooler?
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Any cooling product that is socket-specific is always doomed to huge price cuts. I wonder how much companies actually make on these products after R&D, because on the consumer line you have this $120 MSRP air cooler or a 240mm AIO (even TR-specific). And with poor size compatibility/limited mounting adapters, it hurts to see these destined for some dusty closet somewhere. Even though there's not much in terms of rare earth, these things give off big e-waste vibes.
I'm guessing that AMD probably paid for the R&D/marketing to Cooler Master. Cooler Master was also likely already building tooling for the mounts as they build server heatsinks (SP3 socket)... just needed to slap on a tower stack and some RGBs.

This _should_ work on sTRX4 and SP3 sockets so might be a good option to have in the parts bin if some decommissioned workstations get dumped onto the 2nd hand market for cheap.
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Are you building a computer based on the cpu cooler?
If the price is right... maybe! Smilie
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After $90 rebate card. Lol no thanks
I am a big rebate guy, but even I think that a $90 rebate is ridiculous. Plus, the tax is calculated on the price before the rebate, so CA residents need to add about $12 more to the purchase price for tax. So, for CA resident, your final price is going to be around $42 AR instead of $33 AR.
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I am a big rebate guy, but even I think that a $90 rebate is ridiculous. Plus, the tax is calculated on the price before the rebate, so CA residents need to add about $12 more to the purchase price for tax. So, for CA resident, your final price is going to be around $42 AR instead of $33 AR.
You still get back 90 dollars.
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Would this be compatible with my i7-8700k on my asus prime z370 p-II?
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