The Wraith Prism RGB CPU Cooler
Unlike Intel who does not provide any cooling with their processors, AMD ships the Ryzen 7 2700X with their own Wraith Prism RGB CPU Cooler. This will actually save you money if you plan on using it instead of picking up an aftermarket CPU cooler. The cooler is made up of an aluminum heatsink stack with a cooling fan on top and is not all that large.
This is the RGB version of the cooler so you have an RGB fan at the top that is also surrounded by an RGB ring that is part of the fan shroud.
On the bottom of the cooler there are four copper heatpipes that will make direct contact with your AMD Ryzen CPU. These heatpipes go out from the CPU base and up into the heatsink stack. As you can see thermal paste has already been applied to the cooler.
The cooler does come with two cables. One is your normal 4-pin RGB connector so you can control the RGB LEDs on the cooler with your motherboards RGB software. And the other is a USB header connector that will allow you to control the cooler using AMD’s Ryzen Master software.
Once installed and powered on the cooler actually looks quite good, much better than what I expected.