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These Dynatron CPU Coolers Are Recommended For Intel Alder Lake Desktop CPUs, Up To 125W Cooling Performance

Intel’s Alder Lake-S Desktop CPU Recommended Coolers Unveiled & Listed By Dynatron With Up To 125W Cooling Performance

Dynatron has listed down two of its recommended CPU coolers for Intel Alder Lake CPUs, the Q6 and the Q5. Intel Alder Lake Desktop CPUs not only bring a new socket to the table known as LGA 1700 but they also feature a new packaging which we detailed here. This means that a new range of cooling solutions has to be prepped for optimal cooling performance. While existing CPU heat sinks and coolers might work with an added support bracket, they may not guarantee optimal cpu cooling performance.

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As such, the Dynatron Q6 and Q5 have been recommended for Intel’s Alder Lake CPUs. Both CPU coolers come with a tower heatsink design and based on the listing, they are designed for server racks rather than conventional desktop PCs. But that doesn’t mean that they won’t be compatible with standard PCs. The Q6 is the higher-end variant of the two and features four copper heat pipes with H.C.C technology that runs through the aluminum fins, a 92mm fan with a peak airflow of 107 CFM, and noise output of 50.40 dBA.dynatron-q6-intel-alder-lake-desktop-cpu-cooler-lga-1700-socket-_1-custom

The Dynatron Q5 is a more modest-looking CPU cooler with a much smaller surface area that packs embedded heat pipes, a copper base plate, and aluminum fins. The CPU cooler is cooled off by a 60 mm fan and has a peak airflow of 46.41 CFM with a noise output of 52.94 dBA. Both coolers have a maximum cooling performance of 125W which means that they are designed for Intel’s 65W / 35W Alder Lake-S chips that peak out at around 125-150W.dynatron-q5-intel-alder-lake-desktop-cpu-cooler-lga-1700-socket-_1-custom

Since the workstation chips have lower clocks & run for larger durations (24/7), it is possible that they might not be thermally throttled but standard ‘K’ SKUs with a base TDP of 125W will definitely be affected. So in a sense, these aren’t designed for those SKUs but rather than standard non-K Intel Alder Lake CPUs. Overall, these would be very affordable solutions for bulk use in the server environment but we can see some OEMs featuring these solutions in their desktop PCs as they do offer better cooling performance than Intel’s stock heatsink solution.

Intel Desktop CPU Generations Comparison:

Intel CPU Family Processor Process Processors Cores (Max) TDPs Platform Chipset Platform Memory Support PCIe Support Launch
Sandy Bridge (2nd Gen) 32nm 4/8 35-95W 6-Series LGA 1155 DDR3 PCIe Gen 2.0 2011
Ivy Bridge (3rd Gen) 22nm 4/8 35-77W 7-Series LGA 1155 DDR3 PCIe Gen 3.0 2012
Haswell (4th Gen) 22nm 4/8 35-84W 8-Series LGA 1150 DDR3 PCIe Gen 3.0 2013-2014
Broadwell (5th Gen) 14nm 4/8 65-65W 9-Series LGA 1150 DDR3 PCIe Gen 3.0 2015
Skylake (6th Gen) 14nm 4/8 35-91W 100-Series LGA 1151 DDR4 PCIe Gen 3.0 2015
Kaby Lake (7th Gen) 14nm 4/8 35-91W 200-Series LGA 1151 DDR4 PCIe Gen 3.0 2017
Coffee Lake (8th Gen) 14nm 6/12 35-95W 300-Series LGA 1151 DDR4 PCIe Gen 3.0 2017
Coffee Lake (9th Gen) 14nm 8/16 35-95W 300-Series LGA 1151 DDR4 PCIe Gen 3.0 2018
Comet Lake (10th Gen) 14nm 10/20 35-125W 400-Series LGA 1200 DDR4 PCIe Gen 3.0 2020
Rocket Lake (11th Gen) 14nm 8/16 35-125W 500-Series LGA 1200 DDR4 PCIe Gen 4.0 2021
Alder Lake (12th Gen) 10nm (ESF) 16/24 TBA 600 Series LGA 1700 DDR5 PCIe Gen 5.0 2021
Raptor Lake (13th Gen) 10nm (ESF) 16/30? TBA 700-Series LGA 1700 DDR5 PCIe Gen 5.0 2022
Meteor Lake (14th Gen) 7nm (EUV) TBA TBA 800 Series? LGA 1700 DDR5 PCIe Gen 5.0? 2023
Lunar Lake (15th Gen)


TBA TBA TBA 900 Series? TBA DDR5 PCIe Gen 5.0? 2023+



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