Enermax Unveils AMD sTR5 AIO Upgrade Kit For Threadripper 7000 CPUs

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Great Match For Workstation PCs!

[Press Release] AMD’s latest Ryzen 7000 Threadripper CPUs are among the most capable on the market for workstation PCs and intensive tasks. However, these processors require coolers that can keep up.

For owners of the Enermax LIQTECH TR4 II AIO series, the company is introducing an upgrade kit, allowing its customers to utilize this capable cooler for the new Threadripper CPUs.


The AMD sTR5, therefore, prevents waste and needles upgrades to PC builds. Since the LIQTECH TR4 II AIO is made to cover the maximum surface area of the IHS, it works well with AMD’s higher core count Threadripper processors.

In particular, a 96-core CPU like the Threadripper PRO 7995WX should be a great pairing for this AIO since the cooler uses patented technology and an efficient pump design for unparalleled results.

Users looking to utilize their existing coolers can obtain an upgrade kit from their local Enermax representatives, with more information now available on the official website.

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