Corsair: Its all-in-one water cooler and DDR5 memory are ready for AMD Ryzen 7000

With AMD's official announcement that the Ryzen 7000 processor will be released on August 30, gaming peripherals and fever DIY accessories brand Corsair announced that it is ready for AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors and supporting motherboard chipset.

Officially, CORSAIR has been working closely with AMD, and the new AMD processor information has been added to the CORSAIR PC Builder database.

At the same time, CORSAIR has also prepared a variety of products that support the new generation of AMD CPUs. The AMD Ryzen 7000 series features a new generation AM5 socket that is compatible with all current CORSAIR all-in-one liquid CPU coolers that support AM4 . These include the feature-rich ELITE LCD series, the cool-looking ELITE CAPELLIX series and the powerful RGB ELITE series.

AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors will support the latest DDR5 high-performance memory, and CORSAIR has three DDR5 products optimized for AMD AM5 motherboards, the Dominator Platinum RGB, Avenger and Avenger RGB . Your PC brings even better performance.

It is reported that the two R9 models of AMD's first Ryzen 7000 processor have a TDP of 170W, which exceeds the previous generation's 105W. The water cooling solution seems to be a good choice. The Ryzen 7000 processor supports DDR5 memory, and memory manufacturers are expected to launch versions optimized for AMD at that time. In addition, the Ryzen 7000 processor also supports PCIe 5.0 SSD with a speed of over 10,000MB/s, which is suitable for geek users to try early adopters.

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