This AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU Cooling Trick Is Something You Really Shouldn’t Try At Home

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors have been criticized for their integrated heatsink (IHS) design and how it doesn’t help thermals – but there’s a way around this apparently, one that will ensure the chips run a little cooler. However, this is definitely it’s not something we recommend the average user should try (not that they’re equipped anyway).

Because? Well, because it involves taking a shiny new Zen 4 processor and exposing it to a grinding tool. Yes, the solution to thick IHS for this Ryzen generation – we’ll discuss why it’s beefier later – is simply to make it thinner by grinding it down.

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