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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

Like I said I have re pasted and reseated this thing like 10 times all gave me terrible. D15S & evo 212 gave more stable the FIRST time I installed it. Only H7 gave me 19C to 90C temperature increse after 1 second after starting prime 95 small fft.

you seem to ignore the idea my H7 could be defective. how long has cryorig been around in the heatsink business? Even companies like toyota, intel, nvidia, and amd whos been around in there particular field in like ages still makes mistake once in a while.

I've only inspected the H7 but not the IHS you could be on to something. I should have kept evo 212, H7 is only a couple of degrees apart not worth the upgrade in my opinion. Also heatsink seating could pretty much nullify the H7 advantage.

The temperature shooting up indicated a bad mount indeed.

Its unlikely, but your H7 could indeed be defective. You could just send it back for a replacement? And Cryorig is a fairly new company, but iirc, its founded by a number of very experienced people in the business.

The markings on your H7 might indicate that your IHS might be too concave, which if you want too keep your warranty, you can't do much about. its also possible that the block on the H7 is too concave, or maybe both. Its an unlikely issue, but I guess it possible.
Edit: Its more likely an issue with the mount since the marking seem to be spreading from one corner.

212 EVO to H7 is indeed not much of an upgrade from a performance perspective, although aesthetics are much better on the H7 imo. But if anyone were to have to buy a cooler today, and had a budget around $/€30 the H7 would be the better choice.
Edited by Gilles3000 - 7/8/16 at 9:24am
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

Like I said I have re pasted and reseated this thing like 10 times all gave me terrible. D15S & evo 212 gave more stable the FIRST time I installed it. Only H7 gave me 19C to 90C temperature increse after 1 second after starting prime 95 small fft.

you seem to ignore the idea my H7 could be defective. how long has cryorig been around in the heatsink business? Even companies like toyota, intel, nvidia, and amd whos been around in there particular field in like ages still makes mistake once in a while.
I do not ignore the fact you may have a defective H7 or have a bent mount. Nor do I ignore the fact you may have mounted it incorrectly every time you mounted it.

Cryorig did not make a mistake with the H7. A manufacturing error is quality control issue, not a mistake in design. And this is all assuming your CPU and your mounting procedure are not the problem.

The biggest problem I have with you is your extreme attitude against Cryorig when you have no evidence they did anything wrong.
What trips my buttons is your claiming the 212 is better a better cooler without first getting your H7 replaced and re-testing it.
I don't remember you saying anything about contacting Cryorig and asking for help with your problems. But I do remember you going off on a tangent complaining about how bad their cooler is and making claims that 212 is better than H7. Now you mount up a D15S and don't post it's performance "because that would be advertising Noctua" out of one side of your mouth after all the bad mouthing you disned at Cryorig and bogus claims 212 is a better cooler. Makes me wonder just how much 'better' your new D15S is performing. rolleyes.gif
post #2493 of 3698
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Your H7 clearly had an issue. It was likely as simple as a slight bend in one of the mounting arms.

its possible, but I'm pretty much done with h7
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

The temperature shooting up indicated a bad mount indeed.

Its unlikely, but your H7 could indeed be defective. You could just send it back for a replacement? And Cryorig is a fairly new company, but iirc, its founded by a number of very experienced people in the business.

The markings on your H7 might indicate that your IHS might be too concave, which if you want too keep your warranty, you can't do much about. its also possible that the block on the H7 is too concave, or maybe both. Its an unlikely issue, but I guess it possible.
Edit: Its more likely an issue with the mount since the marking seem to be spreading from one corner.

212 EVO to H7 is indeed not much of an upgrade from a performance perspective, although aesthetics are much better on the H7 imo. But if anyone were to have to buy a cooler today, and had a budget around $/€30 the H7 would be the better choice.

I emailed cryorig for RMA no response yet, i read RMA process and I have to pay for shipping. depending on shipping cost it may not be worth it for a 35 cooler. Considering I can buy evo 212 for $20 after rebate on newegg right now.

with 10 reseat on H7 I have exhuated all possible hardware issue on my setup. considering both d15s & evo 212 gave me better temps every single time the first time.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

I do not ignore the fact you may have a defective H7 or have a bent mount. Nor do I ignore the fact you may have mounted it incorrectly every time you mounted it.

Cryorig did not make a mistake with the H7. A manufacturing error is quality control issue, not a mistake in design. And this is all assuming your CPU and your mounting procedure are not the problem.

The biggest problem I have with you is your extreme attitude against Cryorig when you have no evidence they did anything wrong.
What trips my buttons is your claiming the 212 is better a better cooler without first getting your H7 replaced and re-testing it.
I don't remember you saying anything about contacting Cryorig and asking for help with your problems. But I do remember you going off on a tangent complaining about how bad their cooler is and making claims that 212 is better than H7. Now you mount up a D15S and don't post it's performance "because that would be advertising Noctua" out of one side of your mouth after all the bad mouthing you disned at Cryorig and bogus claims 212 is a better cooler. Makes me wonder just how much 'better' your new D15S is performing. rolleyes.gif

Hey man this is the product I receive and this is what I found out. why would I say h7 is better when the evo gave me better temps after just 1 install vs 10 on the h7. its not like i didn't give h7 a chance.

I see 2 issues one manufacturing error is part of quality control and 2 having a reliable & consistent mounting system is also important after 10 plus install and I didn't get it right. so who is to blame me or the mounting system?
Edited by Damasterjj - 7/8/16 at 11:42am
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post


Hey man this is the product I receive and this is what I found out. why would I say h7 is better when the evo gave me better temps after just 1 install vs 10 on the h7. its not like i didn't give h7 a chance.

I see 2 issues one manufacturing error is part of quality control and 2 having a reliable & consistent mounting system is also important after 10 plus install and I didn't get it right. so who is to blame me or the mounting system?
I watch several threads and you are one of a very few who have had any kind of problems with Cryorig products. A couple people snapped their mount screws, but that was because they tried tightening them when they were already tight. I know of one who had bad threads on one of the mounting screws. Each time Cryorig promptly resolved the problems with replacement parts sent out. They didn't even have to send in the broken or damaged parts. One of them I sent the guy replacement screws and Cryorig sent me a replacement kit. .

Most people would email Cryorgi bout the problem rather than act like a spoiled 3 year old having a hissy fit and throwing all their toys out of their pram.

Try emailing Cryorig here:
http://www.cryorig.com/contact_us.php

Include the pics of your problem and be nice. Include a photocopy of your purchace invoice. It would not surprise me if they sent you a replacement once you pro
Edited by doyll - 7/8/16 at 11:50pm
post #2495 of 3698
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

I emailed cryorig for RMA no response yet, i read RMA process and I have to pay for shipping. depending on shipping cost it may not be worth it for a 35 cooler. Considering I can buy evo 212 for $20 after rebate on newegg right now.

Why not contact your retailer first? Most half decent ones will pay for the return costs.
post #2496 of 3698
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

I watch several threads and you are one of a very few who have had any kind of problems with Cryorig products. A couple people snapped their mount screws, but that was because they tried tightening them when they were already tight. I know of one who had bad threads on one of the mounting screws. Each time Cryorig promptly resolved the problems with replacement parts sent out. They didn't even have to send in the broken or damaged parts. One of them I sent the guy replacement screws and Cryorig sent me a replacement kit. .

Most people would email Cryorgi bout the problem rather than act like a spoiled 3 year old having a hissy fit and throwing all their toys out of their pram.

Try emailing Cryorig here:
http://www.cryorig.com/contact_us.php

Include the pics of your problem and be nice. Include a photocopy of your purchace invoice. It would not surprise me if they sent you a replacement once you pro

tbanks man, I emailed them already waiting for reply. Right now I'm using the pwm fan as case fan which is decent easily worth $10. which technically leave me with only $25 loss.
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

Why not contact your retailer first? Most half decent ones will pay for the return costs.

Purchase date is march 14 2016. so its too late.
post #2497 of 3698
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

Purchase date is march 14 2016. so its too late.

You should still be able to request a replacement trough your retailer because its malfunctioning, usually its 30 days to return the product for whatever reason followed by whatever warranty they offer, should be at least 6 months. Should be faster than requesting an RMA trough the manufacturer.
post #2498 of 3698
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

You should still be able to request a replacement trough your retailer because its malfunctioning, usually its 30 days to return the product for whatever reason followed by whatever warranty they offer, should be at least 6 months. Should be faster than requesting an RMA trough the manufacturer.

thanks, I'll give it a shot
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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

tbanks man, I emailed them already waiting for reply. Right now I'm using the pwm fan as case fan which is decent easily worth $10. which technically leave me with only $25 loss.
Purchase date is march 14 2016. so its too late.
Purchased March 14, 2016 and you don't complain until July?
Didn't you notice the problem right away?
post #2500 of 3698
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Purchased March 14, 2016 and you don't complain until July?
Didn't you notice the problem right away?

Like I said I've re seat this thing like 10 times waited days or weeks for thermal paste cure time to see if temps will improve.
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