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Wraith Stealth vs HYPER 103

The Hyper 103 is better than the Wraith Stealth. You can see relative performance here: 

 

2 minutes ago, chckovsky said:

However, make sure you have the right mounting hardware. The 103 looks old, meaning it may not have support for AM4 mounting. (according to CMs site it is NOT compatible with the AM4 socket)

The AM4 mounts aren't included out of the box but you should be able to get them from Cooler Master.

It's not listed in the specs on the product page but you can see the AM4 bracket in the manual.

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I'd estimate the hyper 103 to be a slightly better cooler.

 

However, make sure you have the right mounting hardware. The 103 looks old, meaning it may not have support for AM4 mounting. (according to CMs site it is NOT compatible with the AM4 socket)


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depends on the application I run the stock cooler on my ryzen 1600 and have a 3.9 overclock on it and its fine don't think you need a aftermarket cooler unless you really want to push the cpu or your case has low air flow

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1 hour ago, jonrosalia said:

depends on the application I run the stock cooler on my ryzen 1600 and have a 3.9 overclock on it and its fine don't think you need a aftermarket cooler unless you really want to push the cpu or your case has low air flow

Yeah, esepcially when its gonna be +200% performance increase i probs wont even need to OC for some time as im still gonna be blown away by its performance.
Probs just gonna test stock first and will see how much room for OC i got.

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The Hyper 103 is better than the Wraith Stealth. You can see relative performance here: 

 

2 minutes ago, chckovsky said:

However, make sure you have the right mounting hardware. The 103 looks old, meaning it may not have support for AM4 mounting. (according to CMs site it is NOT compatible with the AM4 socket)

The AM4 mounts aren't included out of the box but you should be able to get them from Cooler Master.

It's not listed in the specs on the product page but you can see the AM4 bracket in the manual.


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