Control Your New Ryzen Wraith Cooler with Razer Chroma

By on Jul 8, 2019 at 12:20 pm. Filed in News under Hardware.

AMD's new Ryzen processors are starting to ship and the high-end models' Wraith Prism cooler can be synced with your other Razer Chroma enabled devices.

Nowadays style is just as important in your PC build as function. RGB lighting is commonplace on devices ranging from peripherals to RAM sticks and motherboards. The high-end models of AMD’s new Ryzen 3000 series even include a stock cooler with RGB lighting. These Wraith Prism coolers can now be synced and controlled via the Razer Chroma software to unify all your lighting settings.

Razer Chroma Connect Support for Ryzen 7 and 9

The Razer Chroma Connect initiative is an arrangement between Razer and several manufacturers to make synchronizing light schemes across devices possible. Alongside AMD, manufacturers such as MSI, ASRock, Thermaltake, and Lian Li support Chroma Connect. If you’re wondering if your RGB enabled device may be supported, you can consult Razer’s official list of partners.

If you’re one of the many folks that have ordered or picked up a new AMD Ryzen 7 or 9 series CPU in the past day and a half, you’ll be happy to know that your included Wraith Prism cooler is supported at launch.

The AMD Ryzen CPUs that ship with the Wraith Prism cooler include:

  • AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
  • AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
  • AMD Ryzen 9 3950X (to be released September 2019)
  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700X (last generation)

To get up and running, you merely need to download the Wraith Prism lighting software and click the Enable Chroma Connect button. You’ll then be able to use the Razer Synapse 3 software to play with colors to your heart’s desire.

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If you’re looking for a great combo of a Chroma Connect enabled keyboard, mouse, and mouse mat, look no further than the Huntsman Elite and Mamba Elite that we reviewed recently.

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