I'm ordering the desktop with Ryzen 9 3900 (without X) from cyberpowerpc, but it is not clear which model of Wraith cooler I should expect with it. I can't find the information on AMD website.
IMO you should ask to Cyberpowerpc, Ryzen 9 3900 is only available on pre-built PCs therefore I guess Cyberpowerpc chose the cooling solution.
Thanks! I asked them, but got only vague answer it would be AMD WRAITH W/ RGB AM4 CPU COOLER. On their web page it shows only "AMD Ryzen Premium Wraith CPU Cooler for Socket AM4" even if I choose Ryzen 9 3900X, which is bundled by AMD with PRISM.
Then according Cyberpower reply should be
Processor Cooling Solutions | Wraith Coolers | AMD
IMO it's should be enough for Ryzen 9 3900 (65W TDP), I've used it with Ryzen 7 3700X at 40ºC on idle and 82ºC on load with default values on BIOS (without overclock)
Just to add an addendum to this. Although it is rated as a 65w chip, likely doing what Intel does and just listing the TDP for the base frequency only, it will draw up to 160w, according to TomsHardware's testing, if Precision Boost Overdrive is used, and about 90w if it's left to just the Turbo. The Wraith Prisim is sufficient, but you may still want to upgrade to an aftermarket liquid cooler if you want to extract the maximum performance from it.
IMO OP should take your opinion into account.
I have a 3700X that came with the same cooler. Please not there is a high settings swicth next to the RGB socket. The Low/Normal Limits its to 2500 rpm The high goes as much as 2700rpm which is more discernible.
I bought the RGB cooler for my rig as I wanted the color for the box. I am slowly making my rig somewhat more aesthetically appealing
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