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ENERMAX, the designer and manufacturer of high-end PSU and CPU coolers, announces the launch of LIQTECH TR4, the closed-loop liquid coolers that are custom-designed especially for the top-end enthusiast Threadripper CPUs. The LIQTECH TR4's base plate can cover the entire Threadripper's IHS to deliver greater heat transfer efficiency and faster dissipation. Furthermore, with the innovative high-flow-rate pump and patented Shunt-Channel-Technology (SCT) coldplate design, LIQTECH TR4 can deliver extremely high cooling capacity of 500W+TDP for heavily overclocked CPUs and demanding HEDT systems.






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Edited by PureBlackFire - 8/8/17 at 8:25pm
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Almost seems excessive since TR apparently has a clockspeed wall just like Ryzen. But this is OCN, so there is no such thing tongue.gif

I guess it would fit EPYC CPUs too since it's the same socket.
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Almost seems excessive since TR apparently has a clockspeed wall just like Ryzen. But this is OCN, so there is no such thing tongue.gif

I guess it would fit EPYC CPUs too since it's the same socket.

Well, TDP is still going to increase with those OCs. I'd be willing to bet still doubles TDP (350W+) at full load when OCed to the wall.

Plus, sTR4 should be around for one more generation if not two. So planning a high TDP cooler for next generation TRs (that should clock higher) is a good thing imo.
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But how does the microfin look like inside? That is what matters.


Because they might be just increase size of the baseplate without increase in microfin area.
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Almost seems excessive since TR apparently has a clockspeed wall just like Ryzen. But this is OCN, so there is no such thing tongue.gif

I guess it would fit EPYC CPUs too since it's the same socket.

It's not excessive. It's TWO Ryzen dies. I wouldn't go less than 280mm or 360 rad.
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how's their AIO reliability? pump noise?

this is in-house and not a rebranded Coolit or whatever?

are Enermax proucts widely available in the US?
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how's their AIO reliability? pump noise?

this is in-house and not a rebranded Coolit or whatever?

are Enermax proucts widely available in the US?
You can buy from newegg: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214061&ignorebbr=1

I don't think they're asetek, looks similar to coolit though?
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Almost seems excessive since TR apparently has a clockspeed wall just like Ryzen. But this is OCN, so there is no such thing tongue.gif

I guess it would fit EPYC CPUs too since it's the same socket.
a few months have passed, and now you can see that it is not excessive....as a matter of fact, this should be a entry level waterblock for tr4, as the jet fins are still not so tall, and if they made those 3 times as taller, temps would at least be 7 8 c over delta lower at load.....

you also need to understand that on 7 nm threadripper will come in 32 cores with overclocks of about 4.8/5.2 Ghz on all cores...these waterblocks will not handle the heat possibly even at default clock speeds

Theoretically 6 Ghz would be feasible if they made like they did on Intel a smaller L3 cache with a bigger L2 one(but awfully not power efficient, so they not gonna do that), and EPYC will come with 64 cores , with 20% default higher clock speeds...

if AMD was to unlock Series 7000 CPUs as it always did on opterons, or if BLCK overclock works on them, You gonna need definitely to move away from copper onto Pyrolitic Graphene solutions for CPU cooling, which in worse case scenarios will dissipate heat twice as fast as copper and with high quality ones up to 4 times.

It is very well possible that for HEDT and Server CPUs this can likely be the last year of copper waterblocks and even IHS if they can achieve enough structural strenght.
Edited by Aby67 - 11/24/17 at 10:54pm
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But how does the microfin look like inside? That is what matters.


Because they might be just increase size of the baseplate without increase in microfin area.

 

A reply to an old post I know, but Enermax did inrease the Fin area on their Coldplate, there is a Youtube video review somewhere that does a tear down of the unit.

 

I have one of these for my TR and have to say I am really impressed at how it keeps up, barely audible as far as pump noise goes, no whine. I did like any enthusiast use Noctua PWM Industrial fans on the rad in a push pull config and it works really well. I cannot speak for the performance of the supplied fans but from some reviews I have seen they do a good job.

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A reply to an old post I know, but Enermax did inrease the Fin area on their Coldplate, there is a Youtube video review somewhere that does a tear down of the unit.

I have one of these for my TR and have to say I am really impressed at how it keeps up, barely audible as far as pump noise goes, no whine. I did like any enthusiast use Noctua PWM Industrial fans on the rad in a push pull config and it works really well. I cannot speak for the performance of the supplied fans but from some reviews I have seen they do a good job.
It is a very good AIO, and the plate fairly decent, but if they made the jet plate fins triple in height it would certainly cool anything from 5 to 10 C more ...I hope they will do a second revision that will be capable to cool 5ghx 32 core threadripper due in august, because even this version will not be able to cool enough those cpus due in 8 months from now.
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