Hi CalecaDaniele ,
It comes with no cooler, giving you the option to get the cooler you consider is right for your system.
When you get the cooler look at the height of it to fit in your case and to have springs on screws. Also look so that it will not hit the memories, or the first pci-e slot.
A very good cooler and easy to install is this NH-D15S . The only thing you need to worry is the height.
You can also get a water cooler. but then you need to have a case that you can mount it on.
Be careful when you mount the cooler don't squeeze to tight the screws, just till it stays stable on CPU (it can turn a bit, there is no problem).
Skylake CPUs need to be handled more gentle, because of the construction: Skylake has the Bends – The Poor Geek
If you decide for a cooler, you can ask here for advice.
Be carefull what cooler you take and have fun !
tnx Ronin for answer, but i want to know when it is write, i have read from ark.intel.com and readed the datasheet but i not read if it have or not a cooler
So you built your PC ?
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Hello CalecaDaniele ,
Only some of the Intel CPUs are shipped without the heatsink, this one is not included in the list, please check link below.
You can also check the specs provided by the website of the place of purchase, they should include this information.
yes, im an assembler i need how known this information for next one installation
tnx Ronin, for example in this list no exist the i7-6700, only K cpu is mentioned
There are listed the processors which don't have cooler.
yes, and i7-6700 have no cooler and is not mentioned in this list!
Well, then intel need to add that CPU there also.
for me that is an assembler this is a big/little problem.
after a maked a quotation for a customer, i need to add a cooler, with other cost for buying a cooler and shipment
if its possible to read first ok, but when this example this is not a regular way
"Intel is important to have a precise e costant upgrade of this database"!
tnx a lot Ronin, if i have need wtrite a questions
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Retail Boxes include the cooler, I searched for some vendors and they indeed noted the Retail Boxed processors have a heatsink included.
NOTE: This link is being offered for your convenience and should not be viewed as an endorsement by Intel of the content, products, or services offered there.
Additionally, let me sent the "no heatsink included" website for review to get it updated if required
i buy from a distributor b2b not over internet
now you say me that(readable from newegg) it have a cooler, but Ronin say me in first answer that no have it !!!
Ronin and Esteban find an agreement ahahahahah
In the first post I was talking about the CPU you bought: the 6600k.
It is simple, the "K" skylake processors doesn't have a cooler because people that want a "K" CPU usually take a better cooler.
The non "K" skylake CPUs have a cooler because they have limited frequency and a better cooler does not help to much.