Intel is going to release the Alder Lake Desktop CPUs in November. What’s more, the CPUs will arrive with a brand new chip architecture, fresh platform, fresh I/0, and new boxed CPU coolers under the brand LAMINAR.
Intel’s LAMINAR Series Boxed Coolers
The pictures of the Intel LAMINAR series were recently published by Ayxerious on Twitter. It is an alleged thermal solution for the entire 65W Alder Lake CPU. According to the leaked information, Intel is working on at least three new CPU coolers for its Alder Lake lineup. All of them will support the LGA 1700 socket out of the box. Plus, they will also offer a significant upgrade over existing boxed CPU coolers.
Also Read: One UI 3.1.1 Update Rolled Out For Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Moreover, it appears as if the coolers will arrive in three models, including RS1, mainstream RM1, and the top-end RH1. The Laminar RH1 boxed CPU cooler is equipped with a tall cooler featuring aluminum fins connecting to a base plate. Plus, it also features a copper base design.
Furthermore, the RM1 packs more aluminum fins and a heavier internal heatsink with a small LED strip surrounding the fan. Plus, the fins connecting to the base heatsink are actually made of plastic; they are just for design.
Nevertheless, it appears as if these coolers will arrive with non-K Alder lake Desktop CPUs. The K-series SKUs will come without a cooler, just like the present chipsets. And the company will advise users with higher-end 3rd party Air/ Liquid coolers; the company has been doing the same for some time now. With the help of these high-end cooler unlocked Alder Lake chips can achieve overlocking.
Intel appears to be following the footsteps of AMD with the LAMINAR coolers. The latter also introduced Wraith brand coolers with their Ryzen lineup.
Also Read: Nintendo Reportedly Working On Adding Game Boy titles to its Switch Online service.