Cryorig releases the C7 CPU cooler

Cryorig releases the C7 CPU cooler

The CPU cooler maker Cryorig, which was recently founded by former engineers of Prolimatech, Thermaltake and Phanteks, has released one more CPU cooler to market – the new C7. While the cooler has all the tech specs and performance you would expect from such a device, it also has another feature that is worth mentioning – the cooler is low-profile and will fit in small-sized computer cases too.

The new Cryorig C7 is fully compatible with all Intel LGA 1150/1155/1156 and all AMD AM2(+)/AM3(+) and FM1/FM2(+) processors but there’s no support for the AMD AM1 socket. The cooler has a copper base, four nickel-plated 6-mm copper heat pipes and an aluminum heat sink that houses a 92 mm cooling fan that works at 600-2500 rpm. The fan speed can be controlled via a PWM controller.

The Cryorig C7 comes with a 6-year warranty. Its price is unknown as of now, though.

Source: Cryorig

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