Cooler Master has announced its Wraith Ripper, the air cooler that AMD recommends for its latest Threadripper 2 processors. The cooler can dissipate up to 250 W of power and features programmable RGB lighting.

Cooler Master’s Wraith Ripper cooling system for AMD’s Threadripper 2 processors has a dual tower heatsink featuring aluminum fins as well as seven heat pipes. The cooler is outfitted with a 120-mm MasterAir Pro Servo fan that can rotate at speeds up to 2750 RPM and create an airflow of 76.4 CFM. While the cooler is very powerful, it is also relatively compact and therefore does not cause compatibility issues with memory modules, unlike some other “mega coolers” for high-end CPUs.

The manufacturer is especially proud of Wraith Ripper’s mounting system that uses four long screws accessible from the top of the cooler, which greatly simplifies installation procedure of the device.

To make the Wraith Ripper stylish, Cooler Master outfitted it with dual addressable RGB LED strips as well as RGB-lit AMD Ryzen Threadripper logo. Owners can control RGB lighting using the built-in lighting control as well as Cooler Master’s app.

Cooler Master’s Wraith Ripper cooler will be available in September from Amazon and Newegg for an MSRP of $119.99.

Cooler Master Wraith Ripper
  MAP-D6PN-218PC-R1
CPU Socket AMD TR4
Heat Sink Material Dual tower heatsink, aluminum fins, 7 heatpipes
Dimensions 150 × 132.3 × 160.5 mm | 5.9 × 5.2 × 6.3 inches
Fan Dimensions 120 × 120 × 25 mm | 4.7 × 4.7 × 1 inches
Fan Speed 2750 RPM +/- 10%
Fan Air Flow 76.4 CFM
Fan Air Pressure 1.65 mm H20
Fan MTTF 490,000 hours
Fan Connector 4-pin
Fan Power Consumption 3.6 W
Warranty 2 years
MSRP $119.99

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  • Gothmoth - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 - link

    curious how it compares to my noctua TR cooler. Reply
  • boozed - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 - link

    I don't want my heatsink to be "stylish", I just want it to work. Reply
  • GreenReaper - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 - link

    You are not necessarily the target market, then. Reply
  • boozed - Thursday, August 16, 2018 - link

    There's no necessarily about it, I am absolutely not the target market! Reply
  • twtech - Friday, August 17, 2018 - link

    The question is whether or not AMD (and CM in this case) understand who their target market should be. Threadripper chips that have 32 cores, cost $2k, and run most games at slower framerates than CPUs costing less than a fourth that amount are not really what most gamers need or want, and people who want to buy TR for work are really not impressed by RGB lighting and plastic shrouds that attempt to make PC components look like something other than what they are. Reply
  • twtech - Friday, August 17, 2018 - link

    Also, commenting on the cooler itself - that thing appears to be absolutely massive. It's a cube the size of the motherboard's entire back panel. Reply
  • GreenReaper - Saturday, August 18, 2018 - link

    Hey, some of us want our workplace to look *fabulous!* Reply
  • lenghui - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 - link

    Love the look and the ThreadRipper logo. Just won't be as truthful if I choose to use it with a CPU that has a different name in the future. Cool looking nonetheless. Reply
  • boozed - Thursday, August 16, 2018 - link

    Black electrician's tape'll fix that Reply

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