|Item model number||CR-H7A|
|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 3.9 x 5.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.84 x 3.86 x 5.71 inches|
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CRYORIG H7 Tower Cooler For AMD/Intel CPU's
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- Proprietary Hive Fin System for airflow optimization, air turbulence reduction, added heat dissipation area, Jet Fin Acceleration SystemTM, and structural support.
- 3 Pure Copper Heatpipes
- Heatpipe Convex-AlignTM and Displacement Optimization TM high efficient heatpipe layout and design
- Includes one QF120 120mm PWM fan with our proprietary HPLNTM bearing for optimum airflow and noise ratio, and Quad Air Inlet TM for increased air intake
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|Item Dimensions||3.86 x 4.84 x 5.71 in||9 x 6.2 x 3.5 in||5.12 x 7.09 x 7.09 in||6.2 x 5.1 x 3.9 in||3.31 x 5.51 x 6.1 in||6.34 x 5.91 x 6.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.57 lbs||1.3 lbs||1.71 lbs||7.05 ounces||2.12 lbs||2.91 lbs|
Highly efficient Hive Fin System in a compact and compatible package. Only 145mm in total height the H7 is the high performance mainstream priced heatsink made for everyone.
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Aesthetics: Honestly, it's gorgeous. This is such a step up from everything else in its price range in this department. Aesthetics alone are worth the extra $10 over the Hyper 212 Evo (not to mention the sizable performance advantage).
Acoustics: As mentioned, I am running a significantly lower fan curve to prioritize acoustics. I can hear it, but it's quiet. If I have anything going on my headphones, I can't hear a thing. The hum is not invasive or distracting; in fact, I find it rather comforting at time. I get that that probably sounds ridiculous, but it's true.
Price: To be blunt, you are getting a monster for your money assuming this still costs what I paid for it (35 USD). I've used it since March 2017 (June 2017 at the time of writing), and I have not once wanted for more given the money I spent.
Cons: Mounting was a huge pain and caused me to incorrectly apply thermal paste upon first attempt. Once you get by installation, there isn't much to worry about.
This is the cooler I'll be recommending instead of the 212 evo for budget air cooling from now on. Sure, it's $10 more expensive. But here, $10 gets you a lot. The improvement starts with the box, beautifully laid out, and presenting the components neatly. The instructions are much simpler than the 212's, and assembly doesn't require a blood sacrifice. By making the X bracket part of the cooler itself, it eliminates a lot of the fiddling. Four screws total saves a lot of the hassle that the Evo has with both standoffs, and nuts.
The H7's offset design means that the fan clears high-profile heatsinks on ram. This is huge in a mATX build, and even some ATX. It's also shorter, which means it fits in more cases. I understand this is subjective, but the looks are far better, white, black, and silver, without the copper color, or stamped logos of other brands. The white and black fan spins quickly and silently, with a huge effective range, I've seen it sit stably at 280RPM. A sleeved fan cable gives the fan itself a little more strength, and looks nicer than a ribbon.
However, I can't give this a perfect review. My initial unit had a bad fan, which would only spin up when it was given more than 70% PWM power, and topped out at 880RPM, far from the rated 1600. Armed with my warranty card, which comes packed in a little silver packet, I contacted support (You have to do this through "Contact Us" on their site, the actual link doesn't work). After three days with no answer, I contacted them on Amazon, where they directed me to send them an email. Amazon automatically filters these out, and I couldn't see the address. I sent them a message explaining this, and got no reply. Two days later, I posted a negative review, and got a response that they had shipped me a new fan. Once I received it and replaced the faulty one on my unit, it runs perfectly. I still have to dock half a star for the initial flaw, and another half star for the slow support.
Cryorig was awesome about sending one at no charge and received it two weeks after submitting the request with a screenshot of my Amazon invoice. Only issue was they shipped it DHL, and the envelope had spam mail for The Economist in it (just completely random) but hey, they have to recoup the cost of sending out free upgrade kits somewhere right?
Just threw this guy on my Ryzen 1600x this afternoon. On base clock it dropped my temps a good 5-10c on average over the Cooler Master Hyper T2 I had on there in the interim.
My setup is a NZXT S340, with 2 Corsair AF120s as front intake fans, an Artic F12 Standard as a bottom intake fan, and the stock two NZXT fans for rear/top exhaust. With the Cryorig H7 installed (with included thermal paste) I'm averaging 28-36c on idle and 55-65c on full load (both depending on ambient temps, usually between 67f-72f).
Full system specs:
Ryzen 5 1600x
MSI B350 Tomahawk
16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz
Geforce GTX 760 4GB SC
eVGA SuperNova 750 G2 Modular PSU
NZXT S340 Mid tower
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This baby moves like a cat and never crosses 52°c at full load.