YouTuber showcases AMD Ryzen RGB compatible Wraith max cooler

YouTuber showcases AMD Ryzen RGB compatible Wraith max cooler

YouTuber showcases AMD Ryzen RGB compatible Wraith max cooler

YouTuber showcases AMD Ryzen RGB compatible Wraith max cooler

 
A YouTuber who calls himself John Deer has showcased AMD's new Ryzen RGB compatible Wraith max stock CPU cooler with an RGB compatible Biostar Racing series motherboard, showcasing the cooler's support for 4-pin RGB headers to match up with your motherboard's lighting. 
 
While RGB support is a feature that some PC builders despise, it is certainly a feature that will excite a lot of budget PC builders and give AMD's reference cooling solution a huge advantage over Intel's current cooler offerings. 
 
 

 

In the past, stock coolers were something that was almost always instantly replaced by PC gamers, often being too loud and offering sub-par thermals while under load. AMD proved with their Wraith cooler in 2016 that they were capable of offering adequate temperatures and low noise levels on even high TDP CPUs like the FX 8370,   

AMD proved with their Wraith cooler in 2016 that they were capable of offering adequate temperatures and low noise levels on even high TDP CPUs like the FX 8370, with the Wraith Max setting itself up to be the world's best-performing stock cooler in 2017, especially given Ryzen's lower TDPs than AMD's older FX-series CPUs.    

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's RGB Wraith Max stock cooler on the OC3D Forums

 

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27-02-2017, 08:54:44

tolagarf
RGB + Ryzen = Astronomical hype!Quote

27-02-2017, 11:24:05

Dark NighT
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In the past, stock coolers were something that was almost always instantly replaced by PC gamers, often being too loud and offering sub-par thermals while under load. AMD proved with their Wraith cooler in 2016 that they were capable of offering adequate temperatures and low noise levels on even high TDP CPUs like the FX 8370,



AMD proved with their Wraith cooler in 2016 that they were capable of offering adequate temperatures and low noise levels on even high TDP CPUs like the FX 8370, with the Wraith Max setting itself up to be the world's best-performing stock cooler in 2017, especially given Ryzen's lower TDPs than AMD's older FX-series CPUs.

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