Sturdy Intel Granite Rapids Xeon CPU Cooler Spotted, Dynatron L38 Up To 700W Cooling For LGA 7529 CPUs

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Intel will introduce its next-gen Granite Rapids Xeon CPUs for servers in 2024 which will need some sturdy cooling services, providing up to 700W of power.

Intel Granite Rapids Xeon "LGA 7529" CPU Coolers Show Up With Up To 700W Chip Cooling Capacity

The Intel Granite Rapids Xeon CPUs will change the 5th Gen Emerald Rapids chips and launch after the E-Core-only Sierra Forest. Based upon the Redwood Cove P-Core architecture, the Granite Rapids CPUs will work with the Birch Stream platform in LGA 4710 and LGA 7529 socket tastes.

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