CRYORIG H5 universal CPU cooler now available for purchase

CRYORIG H5 universal CPU cooler now available for purchase

CRYORIG, the new kid on the block when it comes to CPU cooling, has launched the new universal H5 CPU cooler as part of a new line of single tower coolers. While there are many universal CPU coolers on the market the CRYORIG H5 is unique with the fact that it comes with the proprietary Hive Fin technology.

Hive Fin reduces air turbulence and allows for faster hot air exhaust, which improves the cooling efficiency of the cooler. Despite this innovative technology the CRYORIG H5 will belong to the mainstream CRYORIG range. The cooler comes with a CRYORIG XT140 slim profile fan and total height of 160 mm that allows it to fit into any computer chassis.

The new cooler depends on four copper heatpipes with each one of them being 6 mm thick. The bottom of the cooler is made of pure copper and uses the so-called Heatpipe Convex-Align technology, which makes it possible to concentrate the heatpipes directly on the center of the CPU. Another first for the industry is that now customers can view a segmented video installation guide, which eases efforts needed for the CPU cooler installation.

The CRYORIG H5 is designed to cool all modern Intel and AMD processors and when purchased offers 6 years of warranty. The cooler will be available in Asia in August and in North America and Europe customers will be able to purchase it in September. In the USA the cooler will sell for USD 46.99 (EUR 34 in Europe).

Source: CRYORIG

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