Cryorig H5 Universal CPU Cooler
Feb 17,2015 0 Comments
Cryorig H5 Universal CPU Cooler. Just the other day, we got a firsthand look at what is likely one of the most innovative coolers to hit our labs in quite some time. In all reality, with just how compact the design was, and the fact the fan that cooled it offered less than 50 CFM, the odds were sort of stacked against it. However, even with restrictions, the H7 from Cryorig was more than capable of fitting where others may not, and was still able to keep our system from throttling. What more can you really ask for at $34.50? Although, we were left with one question: What if there was a cooler that followed the same type of design and implementation, but was also free of the shackles applied to the H7? Well, if that question had crossed your mind, we are about to see the answer that Cryorig is offering.
With the design we are looking at today, the idea was to take things a step further than the H7. While this newer design still offers the Hive Fin design, the cooler has changed. This time around, we get an extra-large surface area, and we also find the Zero Interference design is specifically for the RAM. The X-bar has also been set aside to provide this cooler with more compatibility options – hence the “Universal” bit in the product name. So, while the main idea is very similar to what we saw with the Cryorig H7, its bigger brother, the Cryorig H5 Universal CPU cooler is a no-holds-barred version that is sure to raise efficiency while still keeping the mounting as simple as can be.
If you missed our review of the Cryorig H7 CPU cooler, then you are in for an eyeful of worthwhile technology and efficient design. Cryorig was able to impress us with the smaller H7 CPU cooler, and as we now take a look at what the H5 Universal CPU cooler offers, we have no doubt that this design should be just as impressive, as it definitely shows some light at the end of the tunnel of CPU cooler stagnancy. Even if you are not in the market for a new CPU air cooler, it is well worth your time to have a look at the way Cryorig is rethinking the standard design of tower air coolers with the H5 Universal, and see where the future of these coolers may be taking us.
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