MSI’s Entire AIO Liquid Cooler Lineup Is Ready For Next-Gen AMD AM5 Socket & Ryzen 7000 CPUs

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Within its announcement, AMD has made an interesting revelation which is that their AIO Liquid coolers will be compatible with the AMD AM5 socket. This will be made possible on motherboards that feature the stock AM5 backplate featured on the next-generation motherboards that will offer support for AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs featuring the Zen 4 core architecture.

AMD Socket AM5 (LGA 1718) is the next-generation socket designed to support next-generation Ryzen™ 7000 desktop processors (Zen 4). AMD Socket AM5 uses the same liquid cooler bracket as Socket AM4*. This allows you to upgrade to and enjoy AM5 without buying a new liquid cooler.
*Requires motherboard’s dedicated AMD Socket AM5 backplate.

MSI has a vast array of liquid coolers within its MEG, MPG, and MAG lineup which will be ready to support and cool AMD’s Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs. MSI liquid coolers all support AMD Socket AM5, for specifics please refer to the chart below:

MEG SeriesMPG SeriesMAG Series
MEG CORELIQUID S360MPG CORELIQUID K360 V2MAG CORELIQUID C360
MEG CORELIQUID S280MPG CORELIQUID K240 V2MAG CORELIQUID C280
 MPG CORELIQUID K360MAG CORELIQUID C240
 MPG CORELIQUID K240MAG CORELIQUID P360
 MAG CORELIQUID P280
 MAG CORELIQUID P240
 MAG CORELIQUID 360R V2
 MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2
 MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 WHITE

As we get closer to the launch, we will get more details on the specific socket mounting and related details. For now, we know that the next-gen Ryzen CPUs are expected to launch in the second half of 2022 with most rumors suggesting a launch between September and October. Details on the AM5 motherboards will also be coming in soon so stay tuned. 

Article source: Wccftech

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