Intel’s new CPU cooler, RM1, has been pictured for the very first time turning all the rumors true.
With a design identical to the previously leaked Laminar RM1 cooler, Intel’s all new RM1 cooler made exclusively for 65W CPUs with an Alder Lake-S architecture, is expected to be announced soon.
Intel has not released a boxed version of its 12th Gen Core “Alder Lake K-series”(125W). To cool such CPUs, powerful AIO cooling solutions should be used. On the other hand, conventional methods may be brought into use to cool the upcoming non-K series with PL1 set to 65W. The new version of CPU coolers is a short one, featuring an LED strip around the fan.
It is still unclear which CPUs are most likely to pair with these coolers. However, the previous leaks suggest that CPUs upto Core i7 65W will support the new RM1 coolers.
Intel will announce its 35W and 65W Alder Lake-S processors alongside H670/B660 and H610 motherboards on the 4th day of the next year(4th Jan, 2022) at CES 2022 press conference.
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