ARCTIC to offer LGA1700 mounting kits

Posted on Thursday, Sep 16 2021 @ 22:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ARCTIC announces it will ship LGA1700 mounting kits for several of its coolers. Shipments will start in mid-October. The language of the press release is a little ambiguous. ARCTIC talks about the set being "free of charge" upon presentation of a corresponding CPU purchase receipt but there's also a mention of a 5.99EUR "service fee".
The market launch of the Intel Alder Lake series is expected soon. Along with the new CPUs, Intel is also introducing the new LGA1700- socket with changed hole spacing on the motherboard as well as changes in CPU cooler mounting height. Starting in mid-October, ARCTIC will provide mounting kits for all Freezer 34 models, the entire Liquid Freezer II series, the Freezer 50 as well as Freezer i13 X and Freezer i13 X CO. Replacing the mounting parts will enable our customers to use their ARCTIC coolers with the new Intel processors. In the future, most of the current CPU coolers will be delivered with the mounting set for the Intel 1700 socket.

The mounting sets will be available in the ARCTIC web shop for a service fee of 5,99€, and customers will receive the set completely free of charge upon presentation of a corresponding processor purchase receipt.

ARCTIC will soon launch a new CPU air cooler with Alder Lake compatibility from the factory - the i35 A-RGB. The launch of the new Intel cooler with addressable RGB is expected at the end of October.
LGA1700 from ARCTIC


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