Gigabyte has introduced a new family of more affordable watercooling products - the AORUS WaterForce AIO - in 240 mm, 280 mm and 360 mm configurations.
Corsair releases a brand new distribution plate called the XD7, which doubles as a pump/reservoir combo unit, allowing you to build very clean custom loops.
TSMC is in the process of testing and designing water cooling delivery straight to the heart of your future chips - a mandatory exploration in wake of vertically-integrated silicon.
EKWB's Quantum Momentum VRM Bridge finally lets you connect your CPU and VRM liquid cooling without additional hoses, simplifying and beautifying setups built around ASUS' Crosshair Formula VIII.
Streacom partnered up with Eden Reforestation Projects in an effort to reduce waste while creating a high-performance thermal paste.
Aqua Computers has developed a device capable of preventing all leaks that might occur in your custom loop, in the event of a water block, tube, or fitting failure.
Cooler Master and Murata are building the world's smallest vapor chamber, with a height similar to that of a human hair.
You may be able to keep your CPU cooler with LGA1700 CPUs, but you'll at least likely have to get a new mounting bracket or adapter.
InWin releases two new AIOs that have a fan mounted on the CPU block to help cool off motherboard components, as well as memory and GPU backplates.
Thermalright's latest cooler offers a neat 120mm fan based dual-tower design for efficient CPU cooling.
Noctua expects current coolers to be compatible with Alder Lake-S, but it will require new mounting kits.