Koolance launches two new CPU waterblocks, one for AMD, the other for Intel
Andy Ruffell / 6 years ago
Koolance has today introduced two new CPU waterblocks, both derived from the CPU-370 block, the CPU-370SA and the CPU-370SI target a lower price range.
Both feature a nickel-plated copper microfin cold plate (0.25 mm fins, 0.30 mm channels), an o-ring sealed impingement plate, a solid acetal top and standard G 1/4 BSP threading for connecting the tubes. Essentially identical, one has a slightly larger plastic cover than the other to allow for the different socket compatibility.
The CPU-370SA offers support for AMD processors which include AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+ and FM1 sockets. Additional other sockets are also supported such as the 1207(F)/C32, 939 and 940 which require the addition of the Socket-F/C32 Back Plate as well as the G34 socket with the AMD G34 Bolts for CPU-360/370, both sold separately.
The CPU-370SI waterblock is for no other than Intel, offering support for the sockets LGA 2011, 1155, 1156, 1366 and 775. Note that in case the motherboard backplate is fixed for LGA1366, Koolance does offer the LGA-1366 M3 Posts for CPU-370/360/350/345/340.