Today Cooler Master, one of the leading brands in PC cooling solutions has announced its partnership as the official provider of AMD Ryzen Threadripper air cooling and liquid cooling solutions.
Cooler Master Wraith Ripper Isn’t The Only Cooling Solution For Ryzen Threadripper From Cooler Master
Cooler Master says that the coolers have been designed to optimize the thermal performance and have the perfect fit for the larger surface area of the Ryzen Threadripper CPUs due to their unique shape.
Cooler Master has teamed up with AMD, and have shared their engineering and design teams together to build the Wraith Ripper cooler shown at Computex and recently covered here which is aimed at maximizing the performance of the 2nd generation Threadripper lineup.
“Designed specifically for Threadripper, we wanted an air cooler option
Jim Anderson – AMD Senior Vice President
The cooler is designed to handle up to 250W TDP, this is in line as to what we expect the CPUs to get to, by co-developing with AMD they’ve aimed to tame the Ryzen Threadripper CPU to manage its hefty power draw, this is quite the impressive feat of engineering considering. Cooler Master also goes on to explain that with their specially designed heatsinks have 25% better coverage due to fully covering the heat spreader, they go on to point out that that full coverage at the base allows even heat spread and accelerated heat removal for each individual CPU core.
Finally Cooler master goes on to say they provide air and liquid cooling solutions, which are engineered with careful precision to accelerate heat dissipation and removal from each individual core. These are the best coolers available for AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX (32-core/64-thread), 2970WX (24-core/48-thread), Threadripper 2950X (16-core/32-thread) and Threadripper 2920X (12-care/24-thread). And we can go on and look at the table describing the models below:
|CPU Cooler||Wraith Ripper||Masterair MA621P||Masterliquid ML240 RGB TR4||Masterliquid RGB 280 RGB TR4||Masterliquid RGB 360 RGB TR4|
|Dimensions/Radiator Dimension (MM)||150×132.3×160.5||121.8×136.1×164.5||227×119.6×27||318x137x27.2||394x119x27.2|
|Fan Speed (+10%)||0 ` 2750 RPM (PWM)||600 – 1800 RPM (PWM)||650 – 2000 RPM (PWM)||600 – 1300 RPM (PWM)||650 – 2000 RPM (PWM)|
|Fan Air Flow||76.4 CFM||53.4 CFM||66.7 CFM (Max)||77.8 CFM (Max)||66.7 CFM (Max)|
|Fan Air Pressure||–||1.65mm H2O||2.34 mm H2O+ 10% (Max)||1.33 mm H2O+ 10% (Max)||2.34 mm H2O+ 10% (Max)|
|Fan Noise||0 – 38 dBA||6 – 34 dBA||6 – 30 dBA||6 – 30 dBA||6 – 30 dBA|
|Accessories||–||Wired RGB Controller||Wired RGB Controller 1-to-3 RGB Splitter||Wired RGB Controller 1-to-3 RGB Splitter||Wired RGB Controller 1-to-3 RGB Splitter|
Pricing And Availability
Cooler Master has not announced pricing though I would be surprised if these products aren’t available at the official launch of Threadripper tomorrow. We have sent word out to them and hope to update the article on Monday morning.