AMD RYZEN 5 2600X 3.6GHz Processor - Socket AM4 - Hexa-Core (6 Core) - 12 Threads - 16MB L3 Cache - 3MB L2 Cache - 95W TDP - 4.25GHz Max Turbo Frequency - Unlocked Clock Multiplier - AMD Wraith Spire CPU Cooler (YD260XBCAFBOX)
Hey yall, So I recently got a ryzen 5 3600, and when the cooler is under 100% usage it only reads as ~1917 RPM. Can the fan go faster, and if so, how can I allow it to reach maximum RPM (I dont care about noise, the GPU fans drown it out anyways). Thanks!
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Re: Wraith Spire Noise at low RPM. I'd expect high pitch sound to be a coil whine and not something spinning fan is doing, and coil whine is also related to system load (which affects fan speed). Coil whine can happen to any component, tough mostly to GPU or motherboards, because of power load involved. Sometimes it qualifies for an RMA, sometimes the PSU used is at fault (or precisely, PSU and component combination)
May 26, 2018 · The Wraith Spire allows the overclocked R5 2600 to reach 70 degrees and with the fan now spinning at 2700 RPM it’s quite easy to hear. The Wraith Stealth also hit 2700 RPM making it reasonably ...
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Apr 21, 2017 · Considering Ryzen doesn't overclock particularly well anyway and it seems to be mostly voltage limited, you're only giving up probably 100 MHz by running with the Wraith Spire. It's nice that the box cooler is actually halfway decent and capable of at least supporting minor overclocking.
Jul 26, 2019 · The margins between the Spire and the L9a-AM4 and L9x65 aren’t as much in the Spire’s favor as before but the Spire still beats the L9a-AM4 on normal fan speed and almost catches up to the L9x65 when the low noise cables are used. The L12S is of course in 1st place still.