AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs are expected to blow Intel i9 CPUs out of the water as both are coming for the enthusiast PC users. New sources indicate that the upcoming AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs will come with liquid coolers out of the box. This will be a very interesting move as we know that Intel does not include coolers with K series CPUs.
While there was a liquid cooler announced by Intel, I doubt that it comes as a stock cooler out of the box. It is likely that you will have to buy it separately. We already know that AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs are priced competitively as compared to Intel CPUs but adding a liquid cooler into the mix could make them even better value for money as compared to Intel offerings.
There are two upcoming models, the 12-core/24-thread 1920X and the 16-core/32-thread 1950X will confirm whether the CPUs come with liquid coolers out of the box or not. If you are interested in checking out the performance between these AMD CPUs and Intel i9 CPUs then you can click here.
We also did an article on whether you should wait for AMD Threadripper and Intel i9 or whether you should buy a CPU from the options that you have available right now. If you are interested then you can click here to learn more.
According to AMD:
Purchasing a Ryzen Threadripper processor or system clearly demonstrates advanced computing needs and knowledge of how to use computing powerhouses – multi-thread scaling isn’t a buying concern, multi-thread performance is key. Ryzen Threadripper ascends beyond model numbers and becomes a purchase that defines itself as being most suited for the biggest compute workloads – and that it will rip threads to shreds.
Let us know whether or not you would like to have liquid coolers with the upcoming AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs.