One of the great cost advantages of AMD's Ryzen CPU's is they all include a functional cooler. Truth be told, almost any decent entry-level aftermarket cooler like the Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO or even the $15 DeepCool Gammax 200T will match or outperform the stock Ryzen coolers here. That being said, the 65 watt TDP Wraith Stealth cooler, which is the cheapest of the stack has a reputation for not leaving any thermal wiggle room beyond stock clock settings. So, the Stealth is often left unused and floating around in the parts bin. In this experiment, I will see if it is possible to stack two of these on top of each other to improve thermal performance.