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lee63
08-13-08, 04:17 PM
Has anyone seen or heard of any new water blocks or air coolers for Intel's up coming socket LGA 1366? if so post them here (lee63) I found this http://www.vr-zone.com/articles/Swiftech_GTZ_Waterblocks_for_Core_2_%26_Core_i7_CP Us/5989.html but it says (LGA 775), maybe there's some kind of additional bracket.

Heinz68
08-14-08, 12:12 AM
FrozenCPU (http://www.frozencpu.com/search.html?mv_profile=keyword_search&mv_session_id=v858K8V3&searchspec=LGA+1366&go.x=8&go.y=20)
Alibaba.com (http://www.alibaba.com/product-tp/101621134/NPH_1366_115HC_CPU_COOLER.html)

Maybe some companies will offer same option like Noctua, most will probably market new heatsink.
Bjorn3D (http://www.************/read_pf.php?cID=1285) Noctua NH-C12P Review
If you are running other sockets that is listed above and need the adapter, you can always request it from Noctua for free. Noctua even has a new bracket that is compatible with the upcoming Intel Socket 1366 (Nehalem/Bloomfield) processors which they will be releasing in September. The mounting bracket will be backward compatible with all Noctua CPU coolers since 2005 and Noctua is offering any user who have purchased the cooler to obtain the bracket simply by providing a proof of purchase. They have not yet decided to whether or not offering customers the bracket free or charge a small amount of service fee. So, check their website in case you are upgrading to the Socket 1366 in the future for more detail.

This is excellent information for any user who wishes to upgrade to Socket 1366 processor as you would be able to use the heatsink for your Socket 775 for now and use it for future processor without spending extra money.http://img45.imageshack.us/img45/9069/1366vq0.jpg
Edit
The direct link to 'Bjorn3d' doesn't work. The address get messed up like this:
http://www.************/read_pf.php?cID=1285
I don't know why maybe the mods can explain, anyway here is the Google (http://www.google.ca/search?q=Noctua+NH-C12P+Review&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a) search for Noctua NH-C12P Review.
Bjorn3d is fifth on the list.

lee63
08-14-08, 09:39 AM
FrozenCPU (http://www.frozencpu.com/search.html?mv_profile=keyword_search&mv_session_id=v858K8V3&searchspec=LGA+1366&go.x=8&go.y=20)
Alibaba.com (http://www.alibaba.com/product-tp/101621134/NPH_1366_115HC_CPU_COOLER.html)

Maybe some companies will offer same option like Noctua, most will probably market new heatsink.
http://img45.imageshack.us/img45/9069/1366vq0.jpg
Edit
The direct link to 'Bjorn3d' doesn't work. The address get messed up like this:
http://www.************/read_pf.php?cID=1285
I don't know why maybe the mods can explain, anyway here is the Google (http://www.google.ca/search?q=Noctua+NH-C12P+Review&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a) search for Noctua NH-C12P Review.
Bjorn3d is fifth on the list.

Thanks for the info, I sure hope they have better options come Sep ;)

lee63
08-14-08, 10:46 AM
Nehalem is scheduled for a late October/early November release. Plenty of time to release compatible brackets ;)
I not sure I can wait that long, I have $2000 burning a hole in my pocket to upgrade my rig (nana2)

buicks suck
08-14-08, 01:15 PM
does anyone expect socket 1336 to do away with the push-pin mech. and make it something easier like amd's bracket/clamp mech?

quickpath and a new hsf mech. may render amd advantageless.

Heinz68
08-14-08, 01:38 PM
does anyone expect socket 1336 to do away with the push-pin mech. and make it something easier like amd's bracket/clamp mech?

quickpath and a new hsf mech. may render amd advantageless.
AnanTech (http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/intel/showdoc.aspx?i=3326&p=3)
"As far as we can tell, the same push-pin mounting mechanism from LGA-775 is present in Nehalem which is disappointing."

buicks suck
08-15-08, 04:32 PM
AnanTech (http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/intel/showdoc.aspx?i=3326&p=3)
"As far as we can tell, the same push-pin mounting mechanism from LGA-775 is present in Nehalem which is disappointing."

thanks heinz. i missed it.

Heinz68
08-20-08, 12:32 AM
According to Frostytech article it looks like not every heatsink will have 775 to 1366 adaptor bracket for the soon coming Bloomfield.
I'm going to need new CPU cooler anyway, my FreeZone died on me.
2). If I use a socket 775-to-1366 adaptor bracket to make my existing Intel heatsink fit onto a Socket 1366 motherboard, is that okay?
Answer: Maybe yes, probably not.

The integrated heatspreader on the socket 1366 Intel Nehalem processor is larger than the IHS on socket 775 CPUs (32x35mm vs. 28.5x28.5mm). That fact, coupled with the difference in heat output between each CPU generation means not every LGA775 heatsink is appropriate for use on a socket 1366 processor. However, some performance cooling manufacturers will have adaptor brackets for existing heatsinks so they can be used with socket 1366 motherboards.
Read more at Frostytech (http://www.frostytech.com/permalink.cfm?NewsID=69563)

lee63
08-27-08, 08:39 AM
Hopefully Thermalright will have bracket ready for the Ultra Extreme!I'm gonna wait til everything's out before I make my decision + my budget has gone down to $1200 now :( + what I sell (lee)

rage10
08-27-08, 09:02 AM
what happened?

lee63
08-27-08, 09:04 AM
what happened?Had to pay a few bills :(

Heinz68
09-08-08, 12:30 PM
First Bloomfield (LGA 1366) CPU cooler unveiled. It's also Intel LGA 775 and AMD AM2/AM2+ socket compatible
http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/674/nexusflc3000rx2.jpg
Nexus unveils the Bloomfield-ready FLC-3000 CPU cooler
Holland-based Nexus has just revealed its latest CPU cooler, the FLC-3000. Measuring 128 (L) x 105 (W) x 119 (H) mm, the FLC-3000 weights 450 grams and features a copper base, a SkiveTek aluminum heatsink punctured by four 6mm copper heatpipes angled at 30 degrees and a 92mm fan that works between 900 and 2500 RPM and has a sound output between 15 dB(A) and 24 dB(A).

Also equipped with two orange LEDs, the new CPU cooler is compatible with Intel LGA 775 and 1366 and AMD AM2/AM2+ sockets. The FLC-3000 is yet unpriced unfortunately.
Source (http://www.tcmagazine.com/comments.php?shownews=21630&catid=2)

lee63
09-08-08, 01:18 PM
Good find :) thanks (nana2)

CaptNKILL
09-08-08, 07:04 PM
That's a pretty nice looking cooler.

Xion X2
09-08-08, 07:46 PM
Is that thing warped? :lol:

mullet
09-09-08, 09:14 AM
I'm waiting on new products from Thermalright ;)

You can say that again.

Heinz68
10-16-08, 01:46 AM
Thermalright Ultra Extreme 1366 CPU Cooler Preview: http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=879

The third party cooler is actually nothing more then the Thermalright Ultra Extreme, with with a different mounting kit. We tested this cooler some time ago on a Socket 775 platform here:
Does this mean that people who have the Ultra can only get the 1366 mounting kit?

lee63
10-16-08, 09:44 AM
Thermalright Ultra Extreme 1366 CPU Cooler Preview: http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=879
Good find (nana2)

lee63
10-26-08, 02:00 AM
Does this mean that people who have the Ultra can only get the 1366 mounting kit?I bet they are gonna make you buy a whole new Ultra :( at least it has a better fan bracket.

lee63
10-26-08, 05:10 AM
Nah I think they'll release a mounting kit. They did it with older coolers for the 775 socket.
I hope your right :D I would like to get the True Black right now (nana2)

CaptNKILL
10-26-08, 07:56 AM
You can buy mounting kits for lots of different coolers and sockets on the thermalright website. :)

Heinz68
10-28-08, 10:49 PM
ASUS Launched Triton 81 Cooler for Core i7
http://img1.hugeup.com/f/10282008/acc80.jpg (http://hugeup.com/v/acc80)
With the advancement of computational and processor power comes a worry that each user has to face—overheating. To combat this problem, ASUS has launched the new ASUS Triton 81—the latest member of the Triton family of highly effective thermal solutions. Capable of supporting powerful Quad-Core™ processors as well as the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor (LGA 1366), it is equipped with an exclusive 4-way airflow heatsink design and dual-fan technology for highly efficient CPU cooling; while a diamond-blue LED provides aesthetic appeal for DIY and overclocking enthusiasts.

Unimpeded 4-way Airflow Design for Impressive Overclocking

The Triton 81 utilizes an exclusive 4-way airflow heatsink design to create an unobstructed passage of air circulation; and together with 4 U-shaped copper heatpipes for the most efficient heat transference, delivers ultimate cooling performance for a myriad of processor intensive applications and modifications.

Dual-Fan Technology for Maximum Airflow

Equipped with a diamond-blue LED with dual 90mm fans, the Triton 81 provides an effective channel of airflow to the system, delivering vital thermal protection for stable operations. Despite its powerful performance, the Triton 81 is a relatively silent yet effective performance component—running at a mere 18 dBA with its built-in PWM function, which automatically adjusts fan speeds according to the CPU’s temperature for an optimal operating environment.

Up-to-date Application

To keep up with both current and future gaming and processor technologies, the Triton 81 is also able to support multiple applications—and with support for the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor (LGA 1366), DIY and gaming enthusiasts the world over will be able to easily utilize it to help push the potential of their computers faster than ever before.
More specs at VR-Zone (http://vr-zone.com/articles/asus-launched-triton-81-cooler-for-core-i7-cpus/6156.html)

lee63
11-01-08, 06:11 AM
WoooHooo (nana2)(nana2)(nana2)(nana2)


http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/1440/47143900gn3.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

I'm gonna get me a True Black :D

lee63
11-01-08, 06:28 AM
Sweet! Thanks for the heads up :DNo prob, now I know what HS I'm gonna get to replace my W/C ;)

Xion X2
11-01-08, 09:03 AM
The TRUE blacks are really nice. That's what I have, and it looks/works good.