Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700x

Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700x – 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

Today we are taking a look at NZXT’s latest liquid coolers, the Kraken X-3 and Z-3 series. These are more of a refresh rather a total upgrade over last year’s X-2 series, but NZXT has made some notable tweaks. Between the two families there are five different coolers in three sizes, covering the usual 240/280/360mm configurations.

Both the X and Z series utilize the same cooling hardware, but NZXT has positioned the Z series as a premium option with a novel aesthetic feature – while the X series has RGB lighting on top of the pump base, the Z series tops its base with a full-fledged (and full color) LCD screen.

For this review we’re checking out both the X73 and the Z63, giving us a full view of the performance and features we can expect from most coolers that NZXT currently offers.

2.Cooler Master MasterLiquid

Pros & Cons

With a concrete performance showing for the 240mm AIO class, we were surprised to actually see the MasterLiquid ML240R RGB also provides better thermal numbers (spoiler: by just 0.1 degree Celsius) than the larger, Raijintek Orcus 360 AIO in direct comparison. When you pause and consider the ML240R RGB cost $300 less and has a smaller footprint, while besting bigger, pricier solutions, it’s easy for us to come away impressed.

Cooler Master brings the RGB light show to a CPU near you with their new MasterLiquid ML240R RGB AIO cooler. Facing a stalwart market of closed-loop liquid coolers, the ML240R RGB offers enough value, performance and visual appeal to carve itself a respectable spot among other AIOs, both within and even above its class.

3.MSI MAG Series

Pros & Cons

The MSI Optix MAG271CQR is a decent monitor for most uses. It’s designed with gaming in mind, and it delivers a great overall gaming experience. It isn’t very versatile though, as it has limited ergonomics, disappointing viewing angles, and terrible black uniformity.

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

4.Thermaltake UX100

Pros & Cons

The front and the rear sides are identical. Tt brand logo and Thermaltake text are printed on the top left. There is a picture of the cooler with ARGB lighting on. Compatibility information of the lighting solution with the motherboards’ on-board lighting headers is printed at the bottom.

UX100 High Air Flow CPU Cooler is printed on the right side. The cooler is not compatible with the HEDT platform from Intel hence socket LGA-20xx is out of the question. It is compatible with the Intel LGA 115X/1366/775 and AMD AMx/FMx sockets.

Thermaltake UX100 ARGB Lighting CPU Cooler features 9-high air flow blade, hydraulic bearing, and 16.8 million colors of 15 ARGB LEDs that is ready to sync 5V RGB enabled motherboards from ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE and MSI. Switching the customized lighting effect easily and get the ultimate gaming experience.

5.Vetroo V5 CPU Air Cooler

Pros & Cons

The stock cooler on the 5600X is not good enough, really. You’ll be leaving a ton of performance on the table with it.

Try to secure a cheap/free Wraith Prism cooler from another user/builder who don’t need it – I often see this happen, where they have aftermarket solutions and don’t want the stock one at all.

You could also get a better cooler. Others have recommended some budget options, like the Arctic Freezer 34, but you can also try the Vetroo V5, which was reviewed by Jayztwocents and performed quite well.

Alternative, you could spend more for more, get something like the be quiet Dark Rock 4, or the big daddy NH-D15, the NH-U12S, or the NH-U14S, all of which comes in


Best Cpu Coolers for Ryzen 1700x – 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?