Compare: AG400 BK vs Wraith Spire

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DeepCool AG400 BK

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AMD Wraith Spire

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Displayed below are comprehensive data and graphs that compare the DeepCool AG400 BK to the AMD Wraith Spire, showcasing critical qualitative and performance metrics. Performance metrics are further segmented into distinct graphs while leveraging the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, illustrating how each cooler performs under various varying CPU power levels. This allows for a clear comparison of their relative performance and sound output when under different heat loads. The comparison is conducted under the following conditions:
  • Case: Praxis Wetbench
  • Ambient Temperatures: 23°C
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X (Pick Another CPU)

CPU Cooler Details

Metric Cooler 1: AG400 BK Cooler 2: Wraith Spire
Cooler Name AG400 BK Wraith Spire
Fan 1 Name AG400 BK CPU Fan Wraith Spire CPU Fan
Manufacture Rated dBa 75.89 48.0
Number of Heat Pipes 4 0
Full Size (WxHxD): 125x150x92 mm 106x70x108 mm
Heatsink (WxHxD) 120x106x45 mm 88x38x88 mm
Air Cooler Rating: Install 4 (Moderate) 9 (Easy)
Manufacture's Link AG400 BK Manufacture's Link Wraith Spire Manufacture's Link

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Link Type Cooler 1: AG400 BK Cooler 2: Wraith Spire

Fan Details for CPU Cooler:

Fan 1

Metric Cooler 1 Cooler 2
Fan Name AG400 BK CPU Fan Wraith Spire CPU Fan
Fan Location Front Top
Fan Flow Type Push Push
CPU Only Fan Yes No
Max RPM 2000 3200
Fan Size (mm) 120 85
Fan Width (mm) 25 26
Manufacture Rated dBa 31.6 48.0
Manufactured Rated Airflow (cmf) 75.9
Manufactured Rated Air Pressure (h2o) 2.5
Number Of Pins 4 4
PWM Fan Yes Yes
Bearing Type Hydraulic
Watts (W) 2.04
Current (A) 0.17
Max Volts 12.00

Design and Aesthetics:

AG400 BK

The AG400 series is a single tower 120mm CPU cooler that built upon DeepCool's legacy products but was stripped down for a streamlined and efficient package. It has a simple and clean design, with an aluminum tower and a single 120mm fan. This cooler comes in a variety of colors including black and white, so it matches most computer setups. Additionally, this cooler has RGB lighting which may fit for setups with a RGB focus.

Wraith Spire

The Wraith Spire cooler boasts a sleek and compact design, making it a visually appealing addition to any PC build. Its low-profile structure ensures compatibility across a range of configurations, easily fitting into cases with height constraints.

Install Notes:

AG400 BK

This cooler is moderately difficult to install and is more difficult than other DeepCool cooler installations. For AMD CPU's, the mounting setup can be given that the cooler doesn't secure through holes but rather through notches. For this reason, keeping the backplate flush against the motherboard while also keeping the install components in line may prove to be difficult and may require a second pair of hands. This also has a very similar installation to the AK400.

Wraith Spire

Setting up the Wraith Spire cooler is relatively simple, thanks to its compatibility with the AMD backplate. However, some users may experience minor challenges with securing the backplate flush against the motherboard. With a little care and patience, most builders should find the installation process manageable.

Cooling Performance:

AG400 BK

It's designed to work with a wide range of modern CPU sockets and is able to dissipate heat quickly and efficiently. Although this cooler doesn't push out the best cooling performance, it does well for its size with performance slightly below the Noctua NH-U12S Redux. For this reason, this cooler is best for CPUs that need a moderate cooling solution.

Wraith Spire

The Be Wraith Spire cooler does a good job of keeping your computer cool, especially for the CPUs it's made for. It might not be the best choice for super powerful processors, but it keeps temperatures stable for most people, even when gaming.

Noise Performance:

AG400 BK

This cooler has an above average noise profile, making it louder than most comparable air coolers. This means that you might experience more noise while your PC is running, which could be a drawback if you're sensitive to noise or prefer a quiet workspace. If having a quiet PC setup is important to you, it's worth considering other coolers with better noise profiles.

Wraith Spire

Compared to other coolers, the Be Wraith Spire cooler isn't too loud. It's not the quietest option, but it won't be too annoying while you use your computer or play games.


AG400 BK

The AG400 is an excellent choice to upgrade their CPU cooling solution. It has a sleek design with ARGB capabilities, helping create that look that sets you apart. However, this cooler isn't the most powerful cooling solution so it may not be best for all CPU's and it runs on the louder side. Overall, there is enough that sets this cooler apart that makes this cooler worth considering.

Wraith Spire

The Wraith Spire cooler is a good option if you need an affordable, reliable cooler for your computer. It might not be the best at cooling or being quiet, but it's a good balance of price, performance, and easy installation. Overall, the Wraith Spire cooler is a worthy contender in the budget cooling market.

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X

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CPU Details:

Metric Value
Brand AMD
Cooler Name Ryzen 7 5800X
CPU Socket AM4
Cores 8
Thread Count 16
Max Temperature 90°C
Base Clock 3.8GHz
Max Boost Clock 4.7GHz
Cache L1
Cache L2 4MB
Cache L3 32MB
Processor Power Base 105W
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