18 October 2019 03:48

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ARCTIC Freezer 50 TR For 64 Core AMD Threadripper CPUs Launched

ARCTIC has launched its latest Freezer 50 TR CPU cooler that is designed specifically for AMD's Ryzen Threadripper processors. The new cooler comes in massive dual tower design heatsink & has been fitted with dual fans that are accompanied by some nice A-RGB LEDs. ARCTIC Freezer 50 TR Mammoth Sized Air Cooler For AMD's Ryzen Threadripper CPUs Launched - Designed For 32 Core & 64 Core CPUs Featuring 250W TDP The ARCTIC Freezer 50 TR is a massive heatsink and has massive cooling potential. The reason for this design choice was that it has been built specifically for AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs. The air cooler comes in an asymmetrical (U-shaped) dual-tower design which has two aluminum fin stacks through which eight 6 millimeters copper heat pipes run. Related AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X 24 Core, 3970X 32 Core Launching on 19th November Along With TRX40 Motherboards, Flagship 3990X CPU In January With A-RGB integration, the Freezer 50 TR is not only the most powerful ARCTIC air cooler to date, but it's also the first-ever with lighting effects." via ARCTIC Introducing the Freezer 50 TR, our first-ever cooler with A-RGB lighting. According to ARCTIC themselves, the contact surface doesn't make full contact with the CPU heat-spreader but is actually ideally sized to make contact where the processor dies are located.

Some of the highlighted features of the P-fan from ARCTIC are listed below: In addition to these features, ARCTIC has highlighted that its mounting solution for Freezer 50 TR is easy to install and includes secure hold. ARCTIC also includes the MX-4 thermal paste in the CPU package which is a nice addition and an industry renowned solution for cooling. Coming to the design itself, ARCTIC has feature A-RGB LEDs on the front of the cooler body which looks nice. Related AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X With 24 Cores & 48 Threads Confirmed, Naming Scheme For The 3rd Gen HEDT 'TR4+' Lineup Detailed That's about it as far as the heatsink is concerned, ARCTIC mentions that while there Freezer 50 TR has support listed for all AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs, it also supports 32 cores and beyond which is referring to the upcoming 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors. The packaging lists down that the Freezer 50 TR can support up to 250W TDP 32 core and 64 core CPUs and since there is no existing HEDT Threadripper CPU with 64 cores, it basically confirms that it would launch with AMD's next-gen Threadripper lineup.

This would be one of the many Threadripper exclusive heatsinks which have been developed recently which also include the Cooler Master Wraith Ripper, Deepcool Fryzen TR4, Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro TR4 and Noctua's upcoming NH-D15 TR4. New information regarding AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000 CPUs has come to light online recently. Specifically, the naming scheme has been spotted which shows a 24-core version of 3rd generation Threadripper 3960X. AMD announced last month that Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series CPUs will be coming in November, along with the highly-anticipated Ryzen 9 3950X desktop CPU. However, a couple of leaks have popped up in the last few of days hinting at the naming scheme and potential configurations of the new Threadripper 3000 series.

Yesterday a leak of the AMD Master Product list emerged which confirmed Threadripper will feature a 280W TDP, the same as a recently introduced AMD EPYC 7H12 64-core CPU. However, the listed Threadripper shows 32-cores. First spotted by APISAK on Twitter was the listing of a Ryzen Threadripper CPU with the title Threadripper 3960X in what appears to be the first entry of the Threadripper 3000 series in the AoTS database. Since the upcoming flagship, AMD Ryzen desktop processor is named the 3950X, it is unlikely this will be used for Threadripper as it could cause confusion, previous Threadripper generations have had versions named 1950X and 2950X. With official confirmation still to come from AMD regarding the full line up of Threadripper 3000 configurations, rumours suggest the new Threadripper CPUs will be codenamed "Castle Peak" and are expected to start with a 24-core entry-level specification, potentially going up to a 64-core flagship version with 32-core and 48-core mid-tier options in-between.

The 24-core Threadripper 3000 is due to be the first to launch in November, with the higher-spec configurations coming at a later date. ARCTIC today launched the latest in its well-respected Freezer series of CPU coolers, the Freezer 50 TR. An extremely powerful cooler for AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors, the ARCTIC Freezer 50 TR is a dual tower CPU cooler with eight heatpipes and two ARCTIC P-fans (for optimal airflow in push-pull configuration). As the first cooler of the Freezer family that comes equipped with Addressable RGB, it combines high performance with striking design. "With the Freezer 50 TR, the target was simple yet hard to reach: we had to be the best air cooler in the market and be able to cope with the amazing wattage that the Threadripper can pull out," said Vincent Andre, Technical Director at ARCTIC. With A-RGB integration, the Freezer 50 TR is not only the most powerful ARCTIC air cooler to date, it's also the first ever with lighting effects." The large surface of the Freezer 50 TR's heat sink, combined with its U-shaped direct touch heatpipes, ensure highly efficient heat dissipation and high cooling performance. The built-in 120 and 140 mm P-fans are optimized for high static pressure and, through their wide speed range, guarantee effective and quiet cooling of all AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors with 32 or more cores. But it's not just the performance that impresses - the design of the Freezer 50 TR, with thirteen autonomously controllable addressable RGB LEDs, is also striking. Consequently, the Freezer 50 TR can be synchronized with the lighting of other hardware components and fully illuminated either directly via the A-RGB mainboard connection or via an external controller. The Freezer 50 TR comes with an optional in-house developed A-RGB controller for users whose motherboards do not have an A-RGB connector. The Freezer 50 TR with A-RGB Controller is expected to be available in early November. Recently, AMD announced their 3rd Gen 24 Core Threadripper HEDT CPU series together with Ryzen 9 3950X for this end year release in Beijing. Exactly, this first 24 Core Threadripper was spotted by twitter user. Probably, AMD is giving the 16 Core product naming to Ryzen 9 3950X and continuation for 24 Core chip would be Threadripper 3960X. Amazing times are ahead for enthusiasts who likes to push their workload limit to the edge since AMD will be releasing first 24 Core 7nm processor to the public. This video discusses AMD's meaning of TDP in incredible detail, profound jumping on Ryzen warm structure control, control utilization, heat burden, and best CPU cooler … This video discusses AMD's meaning of TDP in extraordinary detail, profound plunging on Ryzen warm structure control, control utilization, heat burden, and best CPU cooler choices.Sponsor: Buy Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut (Amazon –) There are some valuable applications for TDP numbers, yet for shoppers, it neither estimates control nor heat (especially precisely), so various measurements are expected to decide the best CPU cooler for an item. In this video, we're characterizing TDP, especially as utilized for AMD Ryzen parts (for example AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs on Zen 2, however it's the equivalent for the others). The attention is on TDP, what it is, the place it's helpful (or not), and what cooler producers think about the Thermal Design Power metric that they're given.