Another Intel 12th Gen Core stock cooler has been pictured

Published: Dec 21st 2021, 12:49 GMT   Comments

Intel Laminar RH1 cooler for Alder Lake-S CPUs has been pictured

Leaker @momomo_us brings another photo of the upcoming Stock cooler for the 12th Gen Core CPU series.

The previously leaked 65W RM1 cooler is not the only one coming to the next-gen Intel CPU series. A new leaked photo confirms that the RH1 cooler, which is a physically higher stock cooler is also being manufactured for boxed Intel Alder Lake CPUs. Unlike the RM1 cooler though, which had fins made of plastic, the RH1 cooler fins are entirely made of metal. This means that the heat dissipation is likely a lot better. This cooler is to be added bo boxed 12th Gen Core i9 series with nominal TDP at 65W.

Intel RH1 & RM1 CPU Coolers, Source: @momomo_us/VideoCardz

The cooler has built-in LEDs, but it is unclear if they offer the full spectrum of colors.

Intel RH1, Source: Catsarestillpr1

So far two of three rumored coolers have been confirmed. The Laminar 65W solutions are to be offered with Boxed Alder Lake-S CPUs, which are now set to launch on January 5th. We are yet to see the third cooler, codenamed RS1 in real photos. According to the leaked slide, it should be offered with next-gen entry-level Pentium and Celeron CPUs.

Intel Alder Lake reference coolers, Source: @ayxerious

Source: @momomo_us, Catsarestillpr1

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