Taiwanese company Cryorig announced the beginning of deliveries of the new processor cooling system Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi. In general, the novelty repeats the design of the already familiar cooler H7, but differs from it by the presence of an additional heat pipe, slightly modified form of the aluminum plates of the radiator and a new fan.
Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi consists of a copper nickel-plated base, pierced by four 6-mm heat pipes, and a stack of aluminum plates. The cooler is equipped with one 120-mm fan with white LED backlight and adjustable speed in the range from 330 to 1600 rpm. The maximum air flow of the carlson is 49 CFM (83 m³ / h), and the noise level does not exceed 25 dBA. Dimensions of the cooler are 123h98h145 mm with a mass of about 730 grams.
As the manufacturer notes, the redesigned design of the radiator helped improve the heat dissipation efficiency and now the novelty will cope with cooling of the processors, the nominal TDP of which is 160 W. One of the notable features of Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi is the presence of LED RGB-illuminated radiator cover, developed with the participation of the American company NZXT. The color and glow effects are controlled through the proprietary utility NZXT CAM.
The cooler is compatible with the following processor platforms: Intel LGA115x, LGA2011 (-3), AMD AM4, AM3 (+), AM2 (+), FM2 (+) and FM1.
Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi has already been delivered to official retailers. The recommended cost of the novelty is 60 euros.