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AmigaNG
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Just a quick question will current coolers (say lga1155) work with the new socket (1150)? and if so which would you guys recommend. Quietness is what I'm after. thanks 



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I do not think so, BUT i'm sure if you have a noctua or buy one, it WILL work; Why? You can request a new mounting kit FOR FREE, with every new socket release, so... yeah. NH-D14 FTW



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As far I know, Intel said that 1155/1156 coolers will support the new 1150 socket. The mounting holes are the same.



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Yes, 1155 coolers are compatible with lga 1150 sockets. 


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Paul from newegg said in the H220 overview video that 1155 holes will be the same with 1150.

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i think it will be like 1155 and 1156


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Cooler compatibility for LGA 1150 will be carried over from 1155 and 1156.


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Cooler compatibility for LGA 1150 will be carried over from 1155 and 1156.

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Yup its been mentioned a few times, I can't remember if it was first said in the Intel Engineer AMA

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thats very good even though im leaving intel

how is that? :D


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As far I know, Intel said that 1155/1156 coolers will support the new 1150 socket. The mounting holes are the same.

 
 

Yes, 1155 coolers are compatible with lga 1150 sockets.

 
 

Paul from newegg said in the H220 overview video that 1155 holes will be the same with 1150.

 
 

i think it will be like 1155 and 1156

 
 

Cooler compatibility for LGA 1150 will be carried over from 1155 and 1156.


How many people needs to repeat the same thing to make OP sure?

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How many people needs to repeat the same thing to make OP sure?

There was a lot of "as far as I know" and "this guy said" and "I think" so I wanted to be clear.


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There was a lot of "as far as I know" and "this guy said" and "I think" so I wanted to be clear.

 

Yes but to make it even more clear it would be awesome with a reference to the material you have gained that knowledge from. I.e. an official statement from Intel or a manufacturer of motherboards stating that the hole positions have not changed. See that would be crystal clear and more credible. That of course goes for all the other people saying "this guy said", "I think so" etc.






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