CRYORIG, innovator of PC thermal peripherals, is preparing the second model in the H Series lineup, featuring H series standard HiveFin technology. Besides moniker HiveFin technology, the CRYORIG H7 will also incorporate Zero RAM Interference and many other great features found in previously announced CRYORIG cooling solutions. The CRYORIG H7 will be targeted at mainstream PC systems with limited CPU cooler height. Thanks to the total height of 145 mm, H7 will be able to fit almost all mid-tower cases.
CRYORIG has just released the H5 Universal as part of their new line of single tower coolers. CRYORIG H Series will for the first time feature CRYORIG’s proprietary Hive Fin technology. The Hive Fin design allows for turbulence reduction of the airflow as well as Jet Fin Acceleration for faster hot air exhaust.
Cryorig entered the CPU cooler scene with their rather impressive R1 CPU cooler. Now the company is teasing a new CPU cooler that is designed for ITX and SFF desktop markets. The low-profile C1 ITX looks to be quite the interesting CPU cooler.
This new CRYORIG XT140 is a high performance PWM fan and is 13 mm thick and has a 140 mm diameter. It makes use of the CRYORIG’s built in Acoustic Vibration Absorbers and features the HPLN (High Precision Low Noise) bearing. This helps to bring about the optimal noise to performance ratio.
Earlier this month we first got news of a new player in the PC Cooling market, Cryorig. Their first product will be the R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler. While we were given some information on the R1 earlier this month the company has released even more information on the design and technologies used on the R1 Ultimate.
It looks like we have a new comer to the PC cooling and peripherals market. Founded in 2013, CRYORIG has a team of seasoned veterans from brands such as Thermalright, Prolimatech, and Phanteks. They are introducing their flagship dual tower cooler the CRYORIG R1.
Dec 11, 2014 0