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AMD Wraith Prism RGB gets two more heatpipes

Posted on Thursday, January 23 2020 @ 14:36:02 CET by


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UPDATE January 27, 2020: The news below turned out to be inaccurate. AMD announced on Twitter that this new "Wraith" cooler is actually a counterfeit product.




AMD quietly upgraded its Wraith Prism RGB processor cooler. This cooler is bundled with some of the company's higher-end Ryzen processors and performs reasonably well. Oddly enough, the new model has the same part number (712-000075 Rev: C) but it does have a pretty big upgrade. The original version has four heatpipes whereas the new version has six heatpipes. This should give it some extra cooling power for chips like the Ryzen 9 3900X, which has a 105W TDP.
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.
AMD Wraith Prism RGB

Via: Tom's Hardware



 



 

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