Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700

Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700 – Keeping in mind all of the concerning factors regarding that ultimate question, we have compiled a list of 5 best coolers for your Ryzen 1700X. They’ve been carefully examined and handpicked by us so sit back, read on ahead and let us help you decide the perfect fit for you.

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1.NZXT Kraken Z63

Pros & Cons

Before we jump right into the product, we have to tell you what you get when purchasing the item.

The NZXT Kraken Z63 is a rectangular package that comes in purple and white. The product model can be seen in the front as well as the product’s name.

At the sides, you can see the technical details regarding the machine’s interior. This tells us what it is made up of.

Turning the box to its back, you will find an image of how the product would look like inside a PC system. There, you will see several descriptions of some of the features the product holds.

With that, let’s open the package.

To open the package, you need to remove the latch at the top of the box. Once done, simply pull out both top covers to expose the contents inside.

2.Cooler Master

Pros & Cons

The Cooler Master MM711 is an excellent ultra-light gaming mouse. It has a honeycomb plastic body, making it very lightweight, but it feels very sturdy and doesn’t suffer from the same build quality issues as the very similar Cooler Master MM710. It has an ambidextrous shape well-suited to all grip types, but due to its small size, we primarily recommend it for small and medium-sized hands.

It also has low click latency, a very low lift-off distance, and a wide CPI range. This mouse also has RGB lighting in the scroll wheel and palm area. Unfortunately, certain colors display incorrectly on our unit, and some colors fail to display in either the palm or scroll wheel altogether.

3.MSI MAG Series

Pros & Cons

The MSI Optix MAG271CQR is a decent 1440p monitor with a VA panel and a great design. It delivers great gaming performance, with an excellent response time, low input lag, and support for AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology for a nearly tear-free gaming experience.

Unfortunately, the unit we tested has terrible black uniformity, and like most VA monitors the image degrades when viewed at an angle. The stand has a limited range of motion, so it might be difficult to place it in an ideal viewing position.


Pros & Cons

In today’s review, I look at ID-Cooling’s SE 224 XT Basic and SE 224 XT ARGB. Both use the same single-tower, single-fan design with four heat pipes, and at first glance it appears to be fairly similar to many other offerings in the entry to mid-range market, meaning it will face some stiff competition. So you might be asking why two similar products have been released?

Well, not everyone wants an illuminated cooler, and the Basic version offers a clean-looking heatsink with solid specifications, while the ARGB version swaps in a nicer top plate, black coating, and ARGB fan for those more focused on appearance. With that having been said, it’s time to see what these two coolers can do.

5.Vetroo V5

Pros & Cons

If you were looking for something more affordable than the standard CPU cooling solutions, a v5 CPU air cooler is exactly what you need.

Vetro v5 combines something for everyone at an affordable price of  or less on sale.

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.


Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700 – Now that you’ve set yourself up with a PC that will run your high-end games to the max, you need to be on the lookout for one thing. Temperatures. Everyone slightly familiar with gaming hardware will know that keeping your components at an optimal temperature increases performance and prolongs longevity. And everyone wants that after investing some big bucks in their build. With the Ryzen 1700X processor installed, you should be on the lookout for a good cooler too so that you can get the juice running for a good amount of time. But, what should one look for when deciding on a cooler?