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Thermaltake has announced its AIO and air coolers compatible with socket LGA 1700 and Intel Alder Lake processors. Products include all ToughAir and TOUGHLIQUID lines, which now include brackets for the LGA 1700 socket. Those with earlier models can contact Thermaltake for free upgrade kits. Upgrade kits are also available for Floe RC, Water 3.0, various Pacific DIY cooler kits, and TH series AIOs.

Intel Alder Lake desktop processors utilize a new socket, LGA 1700, which has more pins and is more prominent in size than the previous editions, will require a new mounting bracket to be compatible with the existing Thermaltake coolers. In the pursuit of creating the perfect user experience, Thermaltake TOUGHLIQUID and TOUGHAIR are ready for socket LGA 1700 out of the box, and the LGA 1700 bracket is included in the package. Meanwhile, users who have already purchased TOUGHLIQUID and FLOE RC liquid cooler can contact Thermaltake to receive an LGA 1700 free upgrade kit. Thermaltake Customer Support can be contacted by the direct line at +1 (800) 988-1088, live chat or via request form here: https://thermaltakeusa.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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“Thermaltake users are mostly PC hardware enthusiasts and love to experiment with new PC tech products and get the best performance,” said Kenny Lin, Thermaltake Founder & CEO. “An excellent CPU cooler is an essential component to a high-performance processor to ensure the best performance. Thermaltake AIO liquid coolers and Air coolers are now fully compatible with Intel Alder Lake processors,” he added.

Air Coolers with the New Bracket

AIO Solutions with the New Bracket

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Floe and Water 3.0 Upgrade Kits

Link for the upgrade kit.

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Upgrade Kits for Pacific DIY

Link for the upgrade kit.

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Upgrade Kits for TH-Series AIO

Link for the upgrade kit.

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