CoolServer, a Chinese maker of coolers for servers and workstations, has begun to list its coolers for AMD’s next-generation Raphael processors in AM5 packages as well as next-generation Genoa processors in SP5 packages (via @9550pro). The cooling systems are rated for up to 240W AM5 CPUs as well as for up to 400W SP5 processors. As the name of the company suggests, the coolers are aimed at servers.
产品型号：AMD AM5 4U-R21功 耗: 240W散热孔距：90*54mmhttps://t.co/eiPzAr0tLl pic.twitter.com/C2pb5oRvfTSeptember 16, 2021
AMD’s upcoming AM5 and SP5 form-factors will bring several major enhancements, including support for DDR5 memory and higher thermal design power for next-generation CPUs: the LGA1700 (well, LGA1718) AM5 will support TDPs of up to 170W, whereas the SP5 (LGA6096) is set to support TDP of up to 700W albeit for 1ms. We can speculate that both form-factors will eventually be used for CPUs supporting PCIe Gen 5, though Raphael CPUs are not expected to support PCIe 5.0.