CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi Programmable RGB Cooler Review
Posted by Mark Taliaferro on Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 8:00am
CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi Programmable RGB Cooler
Cryorig originated in 2013 and has been climbing the PC Cooling ladder with innovative ideas and unique product. We recently had hands on their Cryorig 240mm AIO with 37.5mm radiator and waterblock top 3000 RPM fan and were impressed. So impressed we ask them to send over their Cryiorg H7 Quad Lumi air cooled CPU cooler to take a look at. The H7 Quad Lumi is the logical successor to the H7 line and low and behold Cryorig decided to dip their fans in the RGB rage and keep all the good features of the H7 and expand on them. The H7 Quad Lumi has one more heatpipe than the H7 and they use a proprietary Convex-Align™ System which staggers the heat pipes covering more area and whisking away that pesky heat.
With Water Cooling AIO’s all the rage, we imagine a few of you are scratching your head about a tower air cooler pushed into the Cryiorg lineup. Well as it turns out many of the new gen CPU chips run really well with good air cooling and really have no need for water cooling. Now extreme overclockers we already know need water cooling but your average Joe that might OC a couple of hundred MHz really has no need for an AIO and air cooling is more reliable and safer than water cooling. While we have never had a catastrophic failure of a water cooler we’ve all heard those horror stories.