Cooler Master at Computex

The Ryzen Wraith Ripper

Cooler Master at Computex

The Ryzen Wraith Ripper

In conjunction with AMD, Cooler Master has developed a new reference-style cooling solution for AMD's new Ryzen 2nd Generation Thradripper processors, a heatsink that is custom-made for AMD's Threadripper TR4 socket to keep up their new 32-cores CPUs cool and quiet under load. 

This unit is designed to offer a similar RGB aesthetic to AMD's existing Wraith stock cooling solutions while adding a little over-the-top flair that any system with over 20-cores deserves. 

AMD has confirmed that it this was the heatsink design that they used in their now infamous Threadripper 2nd Gen 24-core and 32-core product demos. AMD didn't need to use sub-ambient cooling for their 20+ core CPU demos, unlike their rival. 

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Most Recent Comments

07-06-2018, 12:18:51

AlienALX
Some nice gear there. Love the Wraith Ripper lol. Sounds painful Quote

07-06-2018, 12:51:42

Greenback
Some really nice case ideas and those double 120 fans yes pleaseQuote

07-06-2018, 23:52:57

Excalabur50
Yeah really like those dual 120 fans setups lets hope they do the same thing in 140Quote

08-06-2018, 07:45:39

Doomslayer
I was more impressed with the Cooler Master products compared to Corsair.

There's some interesting CLC's coming if some of them get released.Quote

08-06-2018, 14:52:28

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Some really nice case ideas and those double 120 fans yes please
Yeah, that's a really cool idea. Now to make a case where you can just slide those in and out without using any screws and all my dreams would come true.Quote
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