A Closer Look
Looking past the original QF120 series the QF120 LED features LED lighting as well as all of the existing features from the QF series including that sweet RGB.
Flipping the cooler overtake a look past the programmable RGB fan and take a gander at that Hive Fin Technology Cryorig uses and it’s reminiscent of a bee hive structure. Imagine that man learning form nature.
One thing we like to see on coolers of all types are fins that are uniform and evenly spaced without obvious deformations. As you can see the fins on the Cryorig are just as straight and perfectly formed as a person could ask for. As you might have guessed by now while one fan is included Cryorig sent an extra set of clips so of course we will have to run it in its native configuration and in push-pull and you know how much we hate running those pesky benchmarks. (4 different ones running simultaneously right now)
We came at the CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi Programmable RGB Cooler from slightly above and standing at 145mm this beauty should fit most standard cases except small form factor with plenty of room left over.
Sneaking up behind the H7 Lumi we see a staggered fin approach and a highly protective top with the Cryorig name on it. This design should prove both effective and durable.
Looking in on the other side we find the same perfect fin alignment and a peek at the same fan mounting wires that have been around as long as tower coolers. Tried and true is a good thing but at times stretching those little wires around that edge can be a little nerve racking.
We always check the base plates for mill marks and Cryorig has gone above and beyond and this contact plate is mirror finished without a single mill mark.
Here’s a good look at the 4 heat pipes and the complete lack of mill marks. All in all after more years of handling coolers than we care to admit it looks like Cryorig got this one right but only the benches will tell!