The impressive creation of Cooler Master andAMD Is designed to deal with everything that the new generation processors have to offer
The rapid increase in the number of processing cores available in domestic market processors, and with them the average power consumption and power envelope, also requires refrigerant manufacturers to transcend and adapt to the new challenges - and they do seem to be up to the task.
Effective heat dissipation from a processor capable of consuming up to 250 watts, before long, is not an easy task at all - but Cooler Master believes that they are able to do this with only "simple" air cooling. Meet the Wraith Ripper, created in collaboration with AMD And for theThreadripper Its 2000, including the model that has 32 cores.
The Wraith Ripper offers seven double copper pipes for heat transfer to a massive double aluminum structure, between the pair of parts hides a single 120 millimeter fan that promises to be very quiet - and everything is packed from above in a nice shell that even includes the family logo Threadripper, LED light bulbs can be programmed of course.
Despite the large dimensions and significant weight of the cooling, the Cooler Master declares that it is careful to maintain an elongated shape that will allow consumers to pack it in a package alongside Memories High dynamic with their own dedicated heat exchangers, so that cooling the processor will not come at the expense of other products in the array.
We still do not know exactly how much the Wraith Ripper will cost, but when we find out it will be very interesting to compare this number to the prices of the liquid cooling systems that are becoming more and more common and accessible - then discover the differences in performance of course.