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AMD Wraith Cooler Is A Game Changer For Stock Cooling
The Wraith Cooler is AMD's answer to offer improved stock cooling performance with its microprocessors. They announced the Wraith cooler at CES this year and were showing off the cooling and noise performance. According to AMD, the Wraith Cooler delivers 34 percent more airflow and 24% more surface area for heat dissipation than its predecessor. This will allow for quieter and more cooling performance out-of-the-box.
The Wraith first launched with AMD’s FX 8370 CPU but AMD is now expanding the list of processors that will come bundled with the Wraith cooler including the FX-8350 and FX-6350 CPUs. The Wraith Cooler has the same 125W cooling rating as its predecessor but it has more surface area and an improved fan that cools better while being much quieter. The FX-8350 and FX-6350 bundled with the Wraith cooler will retail for $180 and $130, respectively. In this review, we will pit the the Wraith against the Noctua NH-L12 and NH-L9a which are two great low-profile coolers.
The Wraith comes packaged in a very attractive premium box that utilizes the new black and orange color scheme. It is mostly black with the CPU model name and clock speed frequency highlighted with an orange section on the top and front of the box. The Wraith looks completely different than the previous AMD stock cooler and it has a nice premium feel to it.
The Wraith is much bigger than its predecessor, it's about twice the size. The heatsink is much larger, it's about 8cm tall, 18cm wide and 11cm deep. AMD ships the Wraith with pre-applied thermal paste so the installation is quick and easy.
With all that being said, let's now compare the Wraith against the Noctua coolers and see what it offers, spec-wise.
We are going to test AMD's Wraith cooler against the Noctua NH-L12 and NH-L9a. These are two low-profile coolers that retail for $60 and $45 and are excellent aftermarket coolers for stock cooling. The NH-L12 and NH-L9a have a top-down airflow design which is why I decided to use these coolers to compare against the Wraith cooler. A cooler that has a top-down airflow design means that it will cool the VRMs and the region around the CPU socket.
Now let's talk a little bit about the technical side of the Wraith Cooler and how it stacks up against the Noctua coolers. According to my measurements, the Wraith Cooler has 50 fins and each fin is about 0.33mm thick. It's got four 6mm heatpipes made out of copper. The NH-L12 also has four 6mm heatpipes while the NH-L9a has just two 6mm heatpipes.
The Wraith is using the QFR0912H fan which is a Delta fan that consumes a maximum of 2.6W and can be replaced with an aftermarket fan if you decide to. The QFR0912H is a 92mm fan that's about 25mm thick, weighs 110g and runs at up to 3200 RPM.
Test Setup & Methodology
All of the testing is done with an ambient temperature of ~19C. RealTemp will be used to monitor the temperature of the CPU and Prime95 (Large FFTs) will be used to deliver the full load to the CPU for 20 minutes. After each testing, we let the temperature inside the case to stabilize for 10 minutes to ensure that the temperature inside the case is back to normal.
Idle temperatures will be measured after leaving the computer idle for 20 minutes. CPU-Z will be used to verify the CPU speed and the voltage being used in Windows 8.1. Also, the coolers are tested with the default settings (Turbo, C1E etc) enabled in the BIOS.
We will measure the noise levels for both idle and load using a dBA meter and point it at the computer at a distance of ~50 CM. It's always difficult to measure noise levels because there are always noises in the background which can affect the results so it may not be 100% precise but it should give you a clear indication of the noise levels for the cooler.
Temperature & Noise Results
Overall, I am very impressed with AMD's Wraith cooling performance. The Wraith is a nicely built stock cooler that competes well with other low-end aftermarket coolers. It might not provide the lowest temperature but it certainly does a great job at cooling the FX-8350 at stock settings. Keep in mind that the Wraith has plenty of headroom if you decide to overclock your processor. The Wraith can get pretty noisy once the fan reaches maximum speed but not to the point where it becomes annoying. The Wraith is easily the best stock cooler on the market and it does an amazing job at cooling the FX-8350.
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New AMD Wraith Prism CPU Cooler Shows up With Six Heat Pipes
It seems that AMD might have beefed up its Wraith Prism cooler.
Update 1/24/2020 12:00pm PT : We reached out to AMD, which tells us these are actually counterfeit coolers. We have more coverage here .
Chinese media outlet XFastest has discovered an enhanced version of AMD's existing Wraith Prism CPU cooler.
AMD exclusively bundles the Wraith Prism with its Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 9 SKUs, including the Ryzen 9 3900X , Ryzen 7 3800X , Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 7 2700X . The current cooler features four copper heat pipes that transfer heat away from the processor. The cooler XFastest spotted has two more heat pipes and, therefore, should significantly help improve heat dissipation.
AMD doesn't officially list the TDP (thermal design power) that the Wraith Prism supports. However, the Ryzen 9 3900X is rated with a 105W TDP, so we can safely assume that the Wraith Prism can handle processors up to 105W without hiccups. With the heat pipe upgrade, the Wraith Prism might even rival some of the budget-friendly aftermarket CPU coolers out there.
The improved Wraith Prism looks practically like a replica of the original if not for the additional heat pipes. As noted by XFastest, the cooler seemingly retains the same measurements, mounting mechanism, RGB lighting and CPU socket support.
Additionally, the revised Wraith Prism is said to feature the same part number (712-000075 Rev: C) as the original, which would make it difficult to tell the two coolers apart unless you open the box. However, it's possible that this is a packaging error, so we can't rule out that the new version will arrive with its own part number.
At this point, it's uncertain if AMD will start silently slipping this new Wraith Prism into Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 9 boxes or if the chipmaker will sell it separately.
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- hannibal Good update! This will make amd cpu even better compared to Intel! Prism was good for stock cooler and now it will be good among cheap aftermarket coolers... not bad at all! Reply
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