I'm sure you might be aware by now but AMD launched its next-gen Ryzen 3000 series CPUs in the last 24 hours (with our review here), with news quickly following that the company had teamed with gaming peripheral giant Razer to bring Razer Chroma lighting support to Ryzen CPU fans.
The new third-gen Ryzen 7 and 9 Wraith Prism fans now pack support for Razer Chroma RGB lighting, which means if you own any Razer Chroma-capable products all of the lighting can be easily controlled by Razer's in-house Synapse software. This means that AMD Ryzen gamers (at least with Zen 2 chips) that have Razer gaming keyboards, mice, mouse pads or headsets will enjoy synced RGB lighting goodness.
Another added benefit of this is that the AMD Wraith Prism HSF is not a pile of junk, it's actually a decent performer that already looks great, and with Razer Chroma support just became that little bit cooler. Yeah, I went there.
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