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What is the difference between AMD's stock cooler and Intel's stock cooler?

 

AMD's stock coolers are typically smaller in size and use a heatsink and fan to dissipate heat. They are designed to cool the CPU effectively while keeping the noise level to a minimum. However, these coolers are not as powerful as some aftermarket coolers, so they may not be suitable for overclocking or running demanding workloads for long periods of time.

Intel's stock coolers, on the other hand, are typically larger in size and use a heatsink and fan with a copper core to dissipate heat. They are designed to provide a balance of cooling performance and noise level. However, these coolers also might not be suitable for overclocking or running demanding workloads for long periods of time.

It's worth noting that both of these are stock coolers that come with the CPU and are intended for basic use and not for high performance gaming or heavy workloads. It would be better to use a high performance aftermarket cooler in those cases.

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