AMD Wraith MAX RGB CPU cooler’s support is limited to its platform- as you would expect!
Along with the Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 releases, the talked about component was its Wraith CPU cooler with the locked CPUs. Its RGB variant was available with Ryzen 7 1700X and 1800X. Though in all fairness, people preferred the aftermarket version if it is needed to keep all those core temperatures in check at full load and even during overclocks.
That would be a different case for the recently released Ryzen 3 and the Ryzen 7 SKUs. Therefore, the company announced it will release the Wraith MAX RGB CPU cooler as a standalone product. Though obviously it would be limited to AMD CPU support, it would include AM3+, AM4, and FM2+ platforms. There is non-RGB variant bundled with the Ryzen 3 1200 and the 1300X. The question is: Will you cough up for the Wraith MAX RGB version?
The other question is, will you pay up US$ 59 as mentioned by another source. This makes a rather pricey little CPU cooler exclusively for AMD platform. Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Turbo which is bundled with dual Xtraflo 120mm fans and full support for both AMD and Intel platforms for a cheap price. True, you are paying the premium for RGB. But what do you reckon could give a better cooling performance and the ability to change the fans?
Still, the Wraith RGB CPU cooler makes a good collector’s item.