Cryorig to offer low noise H7 CPU cooler

Cryorig to offer low noise H7 CPU cooler

The newly created CPU cooler maker Cryorig, which now employs engineers who have worked for Prolimatech, Thermalright and Phanteks, is getting ready to release its new H7 CPU cooler that will belong to the company’s H Series and will resemble the already launched Cryorig H5 Universal.

There are no “hard” tech specs as of now but we now know that the H7 will support Cryorig’s HiveFin and Zero RAM technologies that ensure optimal air flow and very quick heat dissipation as well as almost universal compatibility with RAM memory modules. The new cooler measures 145 mm (L) x 98 mm (W) x 160 mm (H), weighs 628 grams and is based on three nickel-coated heat pipes. The cooler also makes use of a huge aluminum heat sink and gets cooled by a 120 mm PWM QF120 cooling fan. The QF120 fan will be available in three models – Silent, Balanced and Performance. The Cryorig H7 comes with the Balanced QF120 fan, which in this case spins at 1600 rpm.

The rest of the tech specs and the price of the cooler are still to be announced.

Source: Cryorig

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