I have Ryzen 3500 sitting on Gugabyte X570 UD motherboard.
I am a newbie, using 3500 on x570 does not make much sense, but I did, I know.
The issue I have is, there are two capacitors which are sitting between the processor socket and RAM.
Not the stock wraith cooler heatsink touches them.
Should I be concerned ?
if need to replace the cooler, which one should I go for ?
thanks for your response in advance.
Those caps should be low enough not to be affected by the cooler. I have seen this many times from users.
In short, the machine should be fine as assembled and you can continue using it.
Thanks for the response.
I had to be sure, so I checked again. And yes, there is around 1-2 mm gap.
Still that was too close for normal observation.
That should not be a problem as the caps are able to handle more heat than the CPU can