At CES 2016, AMD featured Wraith, their stock solution for the company's upcoming Zen CPUs and APUs. The Fan Blades are 80mm and are LED illuminated.
In contrast to the (loud) stock coolers of old, the new solution aims at silence.
Compared to the outgoing stock cooler, CFM has been increased to 56 from 42, with an increase of 24% in surface area, all while keeping noise levels under 39 DBa
Coming the processors themselves, AMD has confirmed that the new Zen CPUs and APUs will support DDR4 memory on the AM4 platform. Rumors suggest that the 8-core version will have 16MB of L3 Cache. The GCN-based IGP will also support HBM and DDR4. The Zen architecture will potentially turn things around for AMD, with enthusiasts having more options than ever before.