The chipmaker AMD is apparently poised to launch its Ryzen processor very soon. The much-anticipated processor is said to be the most significant product the company will introduce over a decade, with its ensuing Naples chip supporting AMD and its Zen architecture into the server business. Subsequently Noctua also just recently implied said that it will also shortly offer distinct versions of its NH-D15, NH-U12S, and NH-L9x65 processor coolers that will work with AMD's upcoming Ryzen desktop CPUs.
According to PC World in its recent post, apparently while Ryzen is being developed for the past several years, AMD's deliveries into the console business have continued to support the company's takings. But seemingly with the launching of Ryzen and as the company's client potentials aged, AMD is not dependent on the console any more.
Rendering further to a fresh report of Digital Trends, the processor coolers will be labeled as SE-AM4, and that will work with processors that slip into AMD's new AM4 socket for motherboards. It is further stated that according to Noctua, the CPU coolers will contain SecuFirm2 mounting system that is fine-tuned for the AM4 socket. Apparently, the cooler is said to be easy to install and offers the best likely contact pressure on the Ryzen chip.
Seemingly, two different sets of mounting bars are reportedly also included so that coolers can be aligned to provide an airpath flow inside the system. It is also expounded that the forthcoming CPU coolers target customers who are quite sensitive to ensuing noise created by CPU running, and desire an almost silent solution for AMD's Ryzen processors.
It is further reported that apparently, the coolers are packed with Low-Noise Adapters and pulse width modulation (PWM) fans that support fully automatic speed control. The additions apparently avert constant whirring when the CPU is hardly in use.