Most of Noctua's LGA115x-compatible coolers can also work with Comet Lake-S
10th-gen S-series Intel CPUs are on the way, which paves the way for the potential dream rigs of the future. However, these endeavors may prove expensive; therefore, it may be just as well Noctua has announced that there are users out there who do not need to splash out on a new cooler.
These consumers are those already in possession of such a part from this company designed for LGA115x sockets: it appears the majority of them are also LGA1200-compatible. This means they can be repurposed so as to chill a new processor for Comet Lake-S-codenamed silicon.
Of these pre-existing coolers, the larger moiety have this dual compatibility out of the box. A second group of them require a upgrade kit that comes free of charge from Noctua on contacting the company for one, whereas a third also take such a kit, but will require a payment of about US$9 in return for sending one out.
However, there is also a fourth group here that will not fit on the Comet Lake-S socket under any circumstances. Users can refer to Noctua's website to ascertain which of them their particular cooler falls into.