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Bitspower CPU block AM5 kit

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Our price:  14,90  (12,31  excl tax)
Price in points: 62 points
Reward points: 1 point

The Bitspower AM5 kit can transform AMD-based Bitspower CPU water blocks into an AM5-compatible product.

More and more setups used by gamers, streamers, and creators will harness AMD's new AM5 platform, which provides native support for up to 170 W—meaning there's power to do more, play more, and create more than ever before. However, with this increased power comes higher temperatures.

Fortunately, AMD has ensured that existing AM4 cooling solutions can be supported with their newest motherboards, with the product's height and port distance being managed in a 7 mm increment.
With the new AM5 kit, Bitspower's current range of AMD CPU blocks can directly migrate to AM5 socket motherboards.
The latest generation Bitspower CPU water blocks, such as the M Pro Water Blocks, are optimized for cooling Ryzen 7000-series CPUs, allowing users to take that already-powerful processor to new heights.

AM5 motherboards have an integrated CPU socket backplate with #UNC 6-32 threads, which requires a new mounting system.
This CPU-socket backplate is best kept untouched since removing it also means tinkering with the CPU loading mechanism and exposing the socket pins.

Bitspower's AM5 kit is a set of screws that are integrated into the water block and screwed into the stock backplate of the motherboard. Additionally, the kit works with all-in-one units and tower fans.


This is totally worth the money. I borked my original Optimus Foundation waterblock's  mounting and ordered this as a replacement.

This is so much better! Applies pressure evenly due to the inclusion of springs, and they are hidden using the included nuts. Absolutely fantastic.

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