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> [Review] Cryorig H7 & Cryorig H5 Universal, The brand new coolers in the market (Review)

idealtech
post Apr 27 2015, 12:38 AM, updated 3y ago

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INTRODUCTION :
Cryorig is a rather new brand in PC market. They was officially founded 2 years ago, 2013. Founded by a group of PC enthusiast and overclockers as well. IdealTech PC Sdn Bhd is the sole distributor for Cryorig in Malaysia.
Today what we got in our lab is the Cryorig H7 and Cryorig H5 Universal.

Official Link :
Cryorig H7 - http://www.cryorig.com/h7.php
Cryorig H5 Universal – http://www.cryorig.com/h5-universal.php

Suggested Retail Price :
Cryorig H7 – RM169
Cryorig H5 Universal – RM199

Specifications :

Cryorig H7
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Cryorig H5 Universal
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idealtech
post Apr 27 2015, 12:39 AM

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Cryorig H7

Packaging :

Colorful printed box. Not so huge box for a tower cooler.
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Rear view of the box. With detailed specifications.
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3 years warranty. Customer support and VIP members. You can register this all in their official website.
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First look of the cooler.
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Accessories :

Manual and the member registration card.
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Good looking registration card. There’s a product code behind this card and you can activate it at Cryorig official website.
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Extra fan bracket.
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Cryorig CP9 high density thermal paste.
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post Apr 27 2015, 12:42 AM

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Outlook :

Top of the cooler. Black coated layer with a hole where you can access your screwdriver direct to the bottom.
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New “Hive Fin” design by Cryorig.
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Copper nickel plated base.
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6 heatpipes. And the heatsink slightly shifted to one side so that no clearance issue with high profile RAM.
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QF120 PWM cooling fan. Up to 1600RPM and 49CFM.
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PWM 4 pin fan connector.
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Sleeved fan cable. Anti vibration pad.
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With cooling fan mounted.
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Top view.
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idealtech
post Apr 27 2015, 12:44 AM

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Cryorig H5 Universal

Packaging :

More or less the same design. But with a bigger box.
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Rear view of the box.
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First look of the cooler.
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Accessories :
Same as H7, manual and product registration card
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Intel mounting bracket.
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AMD mounting bracket.
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Unique Cryorig screwdriver.
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Screws and anti vibration pads.
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post Apr 27 2015, 12:45 AM

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Outlook :

XT140 cooling fan. With a maximum of 1300RPM and 65CFM due to bigger size.
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Anti vibration pads.
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Sleeved fan cable and PWM 4 pin connector.
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The same “Hive Fin” design on H5 Universal.
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White top cover instead of black.
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Copper nickel plated base as well.
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Mounting screw which can be access from the top with the L-shape screwdriver.
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Can be screw from here.
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idealtech
post Apr 27 2015, 12:46 AM

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Installation :

Cryorig H7 :

1. Putting the screw into backplate and slot into the motherboard.
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2. Fit the screw sleeves into each screw.
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3. Choose the orientation of heatsink and tighten the screw into the X-bar.
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4. All done and ready to go!
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Totally no clearance issue with high profile RAM.
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post Apr 27 2015, 12:47 AM

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Cryorig H5 Universal :

1. Take off the mounting bar and put the backplate into the back of motherboard.
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2. Tighten the bolts into the screw pillars.
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3. Put on the mounting bracket. Mounting bracket can be adjust for 2 different orientations.
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4. Screw all the Thumb screws caps.
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5. Use L-shape screwdriver to tighten the heatsink to mounting bracket.
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6. Completed! What a huge cooler.
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Again, no clearance issue with any high profile RAM. Take note that this is slim fan with 13mm thickness. If using a normal 25mm thickness fan it may block the RAM slot.
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post Apr 27 2015, 12:49 AM

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Test Results :

We made a simple benchmark for both coolers and results are as below. The stress test software we used is Prime95 version 28.5. The ambient temperature is around 28-29°C under non-aircon room. Here’s the list of hardware we used to benchmarking.

CPU : Intel i5-4690k
Motherboard : ASUS Maximus VII Hero LGA1150
RAM : GSkill Trident-X 4GB x 2 DDR3 2400Mhz
Storage : Samsung Evo 120GB SSD
PSU : Seasonic X-750 Modular
Chassis : NZXT Phantom 240 (2x Stock Fans included and running at full speed during test)
Thermal paste : CP9 Cryo-Paste

Stock Clock/Voltage

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OC 4.5Ghz @ 1.16v Vcore @ LLC level 2

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Conclusion :
Based on the result above, H5 Universal performs slightly better than H7 due to 8 heatpipes vs 6 heatpipes and bigger heatsink. However, the slim fan limited the performance of the H5 Universal, it may dissipates heat more efficient if a higher CFM fan was used. Cryorig H7 able to tamed down i5-4690k with only 1 fan which is quite impressive.

In a nut shell, both coolers are great if you are going upgrade from Intel/AMD stock cooler. The best part about Cryorig is that they provided a QR code in manual and you can just scan and it will leads you to the installation video guide. They are very much concerned about compatibility of hardware. They came out with a very brilliant idea, the Cryorig Origami Compatibility Tester. Just print it out, cut it and fold it. PDF files can be found on their official product link.

Cryorig H7

Pros :
- No RAM clearance issue.
- Easy installation.
- Sleeved fan cable.
- Able to fit in most of the casing in market.

Cons :
- Comes with one fan only.
- Backplate not so solid.


Cryorig H5 Universal

Pros :
- Easy access to screw position.
- Easy installation.
- 8 heatpipes.
- Silent operation.

Cons :
- Only slim fan able to give clearance to all 4 RAM slots.
- Comes with only one fan.

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Han_ETG
post Apr 27 2015, 11:42 PM

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what a sight for sore eyes. I've been looking around for a lot of air cooling. this one takes the throne on my list for now.
raikkonen90
post Jun 5 2015, 03:42 PM

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have black colour h5 version?
Tryz
post Oct 2 2015, 07:20 PM

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hi.. does it fit into my case? Thermaltake Versa H24? really looking forward for this Cryorig H7.
on Cryorig website it say Dimension ( with fan ) L98 mm x W123 mm x H145 mm. and while my TT Versa H24 "CPU cooler height limitation: 155mm"

so close? still can fit? ^^
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post Aug 9 2016, 02:52 AM

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QUOTE(idealtech @ Apr 27 2015, 12:46 AM)
Installation :

Cryorig H7 :

1. Putting the screw into backplate and slot into the motherboard.
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2. Fit the screw sleeves into each screw.
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3. Choose the orientation of heatsink and tighten the screw into the X-bar.
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4. All done and ready to go!
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Totally no clearance issue with high profile RAM.
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stock available dude?

how much is the price...
ross03
post Mar 9 2017, 04:51 PM

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Why this PC is so hot when running??
Magento Extensions

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nikaizad
post Jun 4 2017, 09:00 PM

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cryorig expensive lah!

if around the 175 ringgit price point might still consider

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