Next year, Intel will launch a new platform for Arrow Lake processors with the LGA1851 socket. Arctic has already confirmed that all current coolers will be compatible with the new base.
for Socket LGA1851 There have been rumors for a long time. The platform was originally supposed to appear together with the Meteor Lake-S processors, but the processors will not be released this year as planned. Instead, Meteor Lake initially made it into the notebook sector only as a Core Ultra, while the desktop came with a Raptor Lake Refresh (test) “fades off”. The refresh is still based on the LGA1700 socket, which has been around for a few years now.
LGA1851: All coolers are compatible
A new platform, LGA 1851, is scheduled to appear next year DDR5 only Compared to the previous base by supporting, the hole spacing should not change despite the larger base. This means that all coolers that were already compatible with LGA1700 can also be used with it.
Arctic is now officially among the first manufacturers to confirm this. Accordingly, all LGA1700-compatible Arctic coolers will be usable on LGA1851 without any limitations. If, contrary to expectation, there is a change Mechanical dimensions Come on, the Arctic will still be there for one compatibility Care When the new base is sold, customers will receive a free upgrade kit directly from the manufacturer if such an upgrade is required.
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