CRYORIG Releases Full Copper C7 Cu Cooler

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅18.04.2018 16:28:16


CRYORIG first introduced the Cu Series CPU coolers at Computex 2017. Today, CRYORIG releases the first addition to this series – the CRYORIG C7 Cu CPU cooler. It features a full copper heatsink design and enhanced compatibility for small-form-factor mini ITX motherboards. The CRYORIG C7 Cu edition offers 15% improved thermal performance over its predecessor which is a huge plus for ultra-compact gaming builds with a very limited space.

Benefits of Full Copper Design


The CRYORIG C7 Cu solves the problem with small-form-factor mini ITX systems by offering better cooling performance without increasing the size of the heat sink or ramping up the fan speed. The C7 Cu’s full copper design offers 200% better heat dissipation. CRYORIG simply replaced the aluminium components of the original C7 cooler with pure copper to gain 15% improved cooling capacity.

Zero Interference Design


Like the original CRYORIG C7 cooler, the C7 Cu also feature the Zero Interference design for both Intel and AMD motherboards, particularly for mini ITX motherboards. The Zero Interference design ensure maximum compatibility and clearance on DIMM slots and PCIe slots.

Quad Air Intake System


The CRYORIG C7 Cu cooler also features the Quad Air Intake system on the bundled 92mm cooling fan. It allows the fan to draw air from the top and the four corners of the fan which is important for any typical compact small-form-factor system wherein there’s limited space inside. The space between the heatsink and chassis panel on most SFF and ITX systems is very tight leaving only a small space for cooling fans inside to draw air.



CRYORIG C7 Cu Specification
Dimensions with Fan: L97 x W97 x H47 mm
Weight (with Fan): 675 g
Weight (without Fan): 613 g
Heatpipes: 4 units 6 mm Copper Heatpipes
Fin: T = 0,4 mm; Gap = 1,2 mm
Fin Pcs: 57 pcs
Base & Fins: Pure Copper
RAM Height Limit: Unrestricted
TDP: 115 W


Pricing and Availability
The CRYORIG C7 Cu cooler will be available this April in Asia, May to June in US and EU. Pricing is set at €49.99/$49.99 USD.

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