Best Coolers for Am4

Best Coolers for Am4 – To make things trouble-free for you, we have made a complete buying guide on Best AM4 CPU coolers. Do your research and decide what suits your PC according to its usage.

Also, we are open to suggestions. Let us know below how can we improve these buying guides in the future. Thanks for reading.

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1.Thermaltake UX100 5V

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AMD lists their acoustics as 39dbA, so the Thermaltake far outperforms this in terms of noise, it is also much more attractive than the Wraith Stealth Cooler you will get on most of the low to mid-range AMD CPUs. The issue is, if you only have  to spend, you may be better off putting it somewhere else, like slightly faster RAM, or one step up in SSD size.

I have neglected to mention the Intel Stock cooler, mainly because I have all AMD products. In this scenario, the Thermaltake is better, as the Intel stock cooler is not amazing for either acoustics, performance or looks.

Overall though, there is almost no competition at this price point. All of the products around this price are flat out ugly, many of which also have relatively low performance. They are all tower coolers too, so if height is an issue that rules them out.

In particular, if you look at the low profile solutions on Scan, I think the closes comparison would be the  Arctic Freezer Low Profile which works on Intel but not AMD, is ugly and about the same price.  The next best would be the Gelid Solutions SlimHero which is over  more.

Overall, this would make an excellent cooler for an HTPC of small form factor PC. If you plan to do any overclocking or just want better thermals, you would be better of spending a bit extra and getting a tower cooler such as the UX200 which I will be reviewing next.

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2.Cooler Master Hyper 212

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The newly updated Hyper 212 looks to tug at the heartstrings of many system builders from over a decade, who may recall countless tech sites spouting consistent praise and community recommendations for the original Hyper 212 product line as a budget air-cooling option.

The Hyper 212 Evo v2 does away with the swing-arm flex mount bracket and makes use of a fixed torsion bar, which greatly simplifies mounting and installation of the cooler.

Much like its earlier predecessors, the new Hyper 212 Evo v2 aims for the sweet spot of budget performance potential, with the latest version finding itself amidst a large selection of competitive alternatives.

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3.ID-COOLING ICEFLOW

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ID-Cooling has released its new ICEFLOW 240 ARGB AIO liquid cooler a few months ago and we managed to get our hands on one for this review.

While it does packs a ton of RGB lighting and can be synced with most of the major motherboard brands, the ICEFLOW 240 ARGB comes at a surprisingly affordable price of RM 359. The RGB lightings will sure to excite some of you RGB fans out there but I’m not exactly a fan of RGB lightings myself, so I’ll be focusing on finding out what kind of cooling performance the ICEFLOW 240 ARGB can deliver.

Let’s see how does it fare against some of the best performing air coolers and budget AIO liquid coolers we have here in the lab.

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4.Vetroo V5 White

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We’re looking at some low-cost CPU cooling solutions; more specifically, we will be reviewing v5 CPU air cooler and comparing it to a couple of similar low-cost cooling options.

The vetro v5 is one of the best CPU coolers in this price because it combines so many things that people are looking for nowadays into a single cooler that Costs about 30 bucks or a little bit less, If you can find it on sale.

Before we get into vetroo v5 CPU air cooler review and performance, testing, let start with packaging and Installation.

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5.Scythe Fuma 2

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For those who are unaware of who Scythe is, it may be time to crawl out from under that rock! They have done well in our time working with them to tend to gravitate to the top half of our charts, yet can do so without charging massive amounts of money for their cooling solutions.

It used to be that many top performers could be found in the wild for fifty dollars or less, but the market and economy seemed to have changed, to where now many companies find no issue charging double what the industry used to consider “normal.” However, we are not here to bash companies; we are here to praise Scythe for being one of the ever-shrinking list of a few manufacturers that believe you should not have to take out a loan to grab a CPU cooler to obtain better than average results!

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WRAP UP

Best Coolers for Am4 – If you just got your Ryzen CPU and looking for a compatible cooler for it or your old cooler stopped working, then you are at the right place.

Because, in this guide, I’ll be showing you five best AM4 CPU coolers, along with their features, pros, and cons that you can get in 2021.

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