GIGABYTE AORUS WATERFORCE Liquid Cooler Lineup Supports 12th Gen. Intel® Processors

AORUS WATERFORCE series and AORUS WATERFORCE X series are now available with brackets for Socket LGA1700, supporting the latest 12th gen Intel® CoreTM processors. These two cooler series fully support the latest 12th gen Intel® CoreTM processors to pass Prime 95 non AVX stress test by Turbo Boost Technology. Users can enjoy gaming or working without throttling due to processor overheating.

“Due to the new socket, most existing liquid coolers cannot support the new Intel® Z690 chipset and 12th generation CoreTM processors. These innovative accessories with brackets for LGA 1700 let users embrace the new platform easily without updating water cooling devices.” Director of GIGABYTE Channel Solutions Product Development Jackson Hsu. AORUS WATERFORCE and AORUS WATERFORCE X series AIO liquid coolers keep the notable exclusive design with bunch of enhancements in response to users’ feedback. They also pass the Prime 95 non AVX stress test with the 12th generation Intel® CoreTM processor by Turbo Boost Technology, ensuring users a stable use without any concerns.

But faster clock speeds can generate excess heat, which can slow down system performance. The AORUS WATERFORCE and AORUS WATERFORCE X series AIO liquid coolers promise optimal heat dissipation for processors to work smoothly under heavy load without throttling. To pass the Prime 95 non-AVX stress test at all cores P-Core 4.9 GHz and E-Core 3.7 GHz, these coolers demonstrate extreme heat dissipation efficiency and outstanding stability. So users can have a stable and efficient heat dissipation effect whether in general use or gaming.

All of the SOCKETAORUS WATERFORCE and AORUS WATERFORCE X series AIO liquid coolers support Intel® LGA 1700 and existing sockets of high-end multicore processors with corresponding brackets included in the accessory packing for maximum supportability and flexibility. AORUS WATERFORCE X series improves all functions and designs. The Tube Diameter was increased from 5.1 mm to 7.8 mm, increasing water flow by 37% and heat dissipation efficiency. Ceramic axes outperform metal axes in terms of damage resistance, durability, and heat dissipation. The leading graphene Nano lubricant bearings with low coefficient of friction and high lubrication reduce the rate of wear on bearings and carbon deposit, extending the life and reducing noise from ball bearings on low fan speeds.

They are already available in the market and can support 3200RPM pump speed by updating the latest FW to improve heat dissipation performance.

The latest FW version can be downloaded and updated from the following website.

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