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Socket P (LGA 3647) waterblocks.(haha)

BrainEater

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My friend Deano asked me if I was watercooling my new build.(FU HaDeS !!!)
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I told him 'Xeons dun need water'.
At the same rate , he's not wrong.I'd build a watercooled Xeon Dually just to say I did.
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Think anyone on the current watercooling market will ever build a socket p waterblock ?

Or am I on my own... ?

:haha:
 

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You've got the tools. I'm sure you could just create a new mounting bracket and reuse other blocks.
 

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lol... the 1st google I find is this post. Maybe head on over to coolit and explain your problem. Some super geek there is gonna hug you. :thumb:

It's just up by the NE Lowes / golftown. But you probably knew that.
 

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I'm ordering a socket P air heatsink asap , so I can play.
I am definitely looking into building 2 waterblocks for this.
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And let me stress this : Xeons don't really overclock, so it's purley for coolness.
 

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There going be blocks Thread ripper on the near horizon.

Repurpose one or two of them.
 

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There should be blocks that exist, probably just not for sale individually. I'm pretty sure watercooling of servers is becoming the norm as it's more efficient than running chilled air.

Would be neat if you could build a monoblock type solution though to cover both CPU's. Though I guess you'd have to make a pathway up and over the RAM though...
 

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Hehe.

I might get lucky here.
There are already 'Threadripper' waterblocks out.
I think the two chips are pretty close.
[H] listed the actual heatspreader area for a big threadripper..(Thx KB !)
Intel only lists the 'package size' of the socket P ....but they look pretty damn close to me.

:thumb:

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I'm taking 4 flats of beer over to Coolit Systems tomorrow.We'll see what they say.
 
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