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AMD Wraith Prism LED RGB Cooler Fan £19.98 at Scan
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AMD Wraith Prism LED RGB Cooler Fan £19.98 at Scan

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Posted 13th Apr

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Nice offer on this decent cooler, might suit someone.

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The Premium AMD Wraith Prism CoolerThe AMD Wraith Prism goes where no stock cooler has gone before with per-RGB LED control around the illuminated light ring and transparent fan blades. We’ve also added support for Razer Chroma, so you can enjoy ambient in-game effects that react dynamically to every action and event.

But the Wraith Prism isn’t just a pretty face; we’ve increased motherboard and RAM compatibility by minimizing the profile and added direct-contact heat pipes and fan overclocking control to increase thermal effectiveness, too.

User-controlled RGB illumination relies on socket AM4 motherboards that support this feature, like the ASRock RGB LED, ASUS Aura sync, Biostar VIVID LED DJ, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light.

Features
Official Genuine AMD Branded Product OEM
Brand New with Thermal Paste Pre-Applied by AMD
Aluminum heatsink with copper core base
4.13-inch fan - RGB programmable LED with compatible motherboards
4-pin power connector (9-inch length, approximate)
Supports Motherboard Socket: AM4 / FM2 / FM1 / AM3 / AM2 / 1207 / 940 / 939 / 754
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Is this better than the stock cooler that comes with the 3600?
I tried to like mine ( pretty lights lol) but so much happier after getting an aftermarket cooler. Too hot and noisy.
gArethIW13/04/2020 19:37

Is this better than the stock cooler that comes with the 3600?


Yes.
mine have be doin fine so far, got it with 3700x. temp around 65 degree when gaming. But depends on rest of ur setup on the system.
Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 esports duo. £35 on amazon currently. I bought a new motherboard, cpu and ram recently. To try and keep costs down I left the stock AMD wraith cooler (which isn’t much different) in operation for a while but quickly regretted it! The CPU was getting up to around 80-100 degrees whilst gaming due to the fact it’s basically blowing air straight in to to the side of the case instead of out of the case. With my new cooler even with heavy loads and gaming sessions I’m sat at a max of 70 degrees and avg 64 degrees.
Edited by: "jehyburd" 13th Apr
jehyburd13/04/2020 20:08

Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 …Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 esports duo. £35 on amazon currently. I bought a new motherboard, cpu and ram recently. To try and keep costs down I left the stock AMD wraith cooler (which isn’t much different) in operation for a while but quickly regretted it! The CPU was getting up to around 80-100 degrees whilst gaming due to the fact it’s basically blowing air straight in to to the side of the case instead of out of the case. With my new cooler even with heavy loads and gaming sessions I’m sat at a max of 70 degrees and avg 64 degrees.


Take off side panel? But careful you dont kick it
360baby13/04/2020 20:26

Take off side panel? But careful you dont kick it


I did exactly that until my new cooler arrived, but this is exactly that I’m saying don’t buy this cooler.

Go for something with a much better design to dissipate the heat!

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Dont bother with these AMD fans, although they do cool they are NOISY AF. for 10 quid more you can get a basically silent fan or just buy a noctua... 6 years warranty will last you for 2 PCs.
I just uninstalled my stock cooler, if anyone wants one for £12 shipped let me know
These are the best stock coolers available, however for an aftermarket cooler this isn't the best choice, dont get me wrong though this is a good cooler for its price both aesthetic and performance wise but it can be a bit loud..
jehyburd13/04/2020 20:08

Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 …Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 esports duo. £35 on amazon currently. I bought a new motherboard, cpu and ram recently. To try and keep costs down I left the stock AMD wraith cooler (which isn’t much different) in operation for a while but quickly regretted it! The CPU was getting up to around 80-100 degrees whilst gaming due to the fact it’s basically blowing air straight in to to the side of the case instead of out of the case. With my new cooler even with heavy loads and gaming sessions I’m sat at a max of 70 degrees and avg 64 degrees.


Save yourself some money by spending £14 more? Stealth and Spire are similar, this is quite a bit different.
Not a good choice aftermarket, I've got this on my 2700x. Loud and not that great, looks epic though.

Spend £10 more
Probably the best stock cooler around - but it's exactly that, a stock cooler. Don't buy it as an aftermarket. Lots of good options about for £20 - £50.
jehyburd13/04/2020 20:08

Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 …Save yourself some money and go for something like an artic freezer 34 esports duo. £35 on amazon currently. I bought a new motherboard, cpu and ram recently. To try and keep costs down I left the stock AMD wraith cooler (which isn’t much different) in operation for a while but quickly regretted it! The CPU was getting up to around 80-100 degrees whilst gaming due to the fact it’s basically blowing air straight in to to the side of the case instead of out of the case. With my new cooler even with heavy loads and gaming sessions I’m sat at a max of 70 degrees and avg 64 degrees.


Another vote for the Artic Freezer here. The single-fan version normally retails for around £20, and they're quieter, better at cooling, and they allow you to keep a directional thermal flow through your system. These coolers are alright as a freebie in the box, but I definitely wouldn't recommend anyone buy one specially.

If anyone does want one of these though, PM me, and you can have mine for the price of a £15 donation to my mate's NHS PPE JustGiving campaign.
Voted hot for the price.


But, as others have said as an upgrade honestly spend a few quid more and just buy a Noctua.
Bought because my mobo doesn't have an RGB header. For those who don't know, you can control the RGB through the USB header using AMD's software. Heat added as this is usually 50% more expensive.
If you have room in your case, get a dark rock pro 4. You’ll thank me later
I’d spend the extra and get a Scythe Mugen 5 or a FUMA. If you have the space that is.
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