Cryorig is one of the most interesting brands which are offering high-quality CPU coolers and other accessories. Cryorig doesn’t have many products in the offer but all are exceptional. I guess it’s a good sign when the manufacturer focuses on a couple but good products than start to offer many average products.
In this review, we will take a closer look at the C7 Cu cooler so refreshed and improved version of already well-known C7 cooler.
The Power of Copper
Copper is a malleable, and ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. It’s nearly twice as thermal conductive as aluminum. However, 3 times as costly as aluminum normally making it the choice material for only the most thermal critical components such as heatpipes and heatsink bases.
The Advantages of Copper
15% Better Thermal Performance
Taking advantage of copper’s superior thermal conductivity, the C7 Cu is capable of achieving a additional 15% of thermal performance compared to the standard C7. This is added performance without adding extra size or Fan RPM/CFM/dBA.
Made for Small Form Factor ITX
Max Size to Performance Ratio
The C7 Cu is made to solve heatsink size limitations in SFF/ITX systems, unleash your CPU! With a total height of 47mm including heatsink and fan, the C7 Cu is in the same height range of stock heatsinks. Meaning the C7 Cu can fit and go into any system that is compatible with CPU stock coolers.
Extra Air in Tight Spaces With Quad Air Intake
In most SFF/ITX systems there’s limited space between the top of the heatsink and the case panel limiting fan front air intake. CRYORIG’s patent Quad Air Intake, adds four aero dynamic intakes in the corners of the fan pulling extra airflow from the sides of the fan.
Nullify Vibrations With Built-In Acoustic Absorbers
Included with every C7 Cu fan are four pre-installed integrated Acoustic Absorbers. These thick silicon pads form a buffer between the fan and heatsink body, nullifying unwanted vibration noise.
- CRYORIG A40 AIO CPU Cooler Review
- CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi RGB CPU Cooler Review
- CRYORIG C1 Low Profile CPU Cooler Review
- CRYORIG R1 Universal Cooler Review
- CRYORIG A80 AIO Water Cooling Kit Review