Xavier Zepheriousum why???why would i want a cooling solution that covers 1/2 the motherboard -covers up the dimms so you basically have to take the block off to do anything with the ramlet alone cover up RGB DIMMS so you can't see them??? WTH look if you want standard parts like dimms then you can use standard cooling...duh! if you want better cooling a custom loop will blow that away https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/icegiant-prototype-thermosiphon-cooler The IceGiant ProSiphon Elite prototype model we received is so large, it nearly dwarfs the rest of our AMD Threadripper hardware, while the memory DIMMs are nearly obscured beneath the cooling tech. For perspective, the image above isn't the cooler towering atop a compact motherboard. The cooler here sitting atop our 32-core 2990WX and E-ATX Gigabyte X399 Aorus XTreme motherboard. So it dominates even the largest motherboards you can buy.
Not only is the IceGiant voluminous, it also weighs in at a hefty 4.85lbs
castrator86Not only is the IceGiant voluminous, it also weighs in at a hefty 4.85lbs That's a NO from me dawg. Maybe if they designed it to mount directly to the case for stability it'd have a chance. But putting all that pressure on the board/socket is not going to end well if the thing falls over or gets set down too hard.
Cool GTXand its not even 01 April good luck getting the side cover on your case
CraptacularOneThe tech does have solid theory and principle behind it, however it won't compete with high end custom loops in performance. It will be a suitable substitute for an AIO if they can get the size down to their claimed dimensions when it's ready. However as pointed out above it will inherently have accessibility issues because of it's size even when scaled back.