AMD Ryzen 2000 Series AIO Liquid Coolers Teased By AMD CEO Lisa Su
AMD Ryzen 2000 Series CPUs are coming out soon and it is possible that they will also come with AIO liquid coolers. AMD CEO Lisa Su tweeted about something new that she is trying out and from the looks of things, it seems that this could be an upcoming AIO liquid cooler that could work with the upcoming AMD Ryzen 2000 series CPUs.
Intel is already doing this and this is not something new for AMD either as we have seen this with previous generation CPUs as well. AMD couples their CPUs with some pretty cool cooling solutions which not only perform well but look good while doing so. AIO liquid coolers just feel right at this point.
We don’t know if the coolers will be paired with the upcoming AMD Ryzen 2000 Series CPUs or if you will need to buy them separately. According to AMD CEO Lisa Su:
Got some new toys from the team today to try out. @AMDRyzen 2 coming soon!!! Hope you guys are excited.
We are excited about the launch of the AMD Ryzen 2000 Series CPUs and the performance that these chips will have to offer. Over the past couple of days AMD AM4 motherboards have leaked and you can check out the ones from Asus and Biostar.
The Intel Coffee Lake-S mainstream CPUs also came out recently accompanied by a wide variety of motherboards to support the chips. You can click here to learn more about them. It has been reported that the mainstream motherboards do not support Intel i7 and i9 processors which means that Intel is segregating the motherboards in the same generation. You can click here to learn more about that.
On the AMD side of things, the AM4 socket supports the current generation of CPUs as well as the upcoming AMD Ryzen 2000 Series CPUs. It has been confirmed that the platform is here to stay until 2020, which is great news if you are looking to buy a new motherboard.