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He recommended the H5 <3 <3

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Originally Posted by Kutalion View Post

Prices of cryorig in his charts are absolutely retarded. They are nowhere near that expencive. 60 pounds for H7 lol! Also lack of noise testing makes the whole test quite useless.

Well, what could he do though? There is no real retail channel in the UK so he had to go with 3rd party prices on Amazon. Inflated, and he mentions it, but that is how it goes. People are really not willing to buy goods that need to be pass customs and duty.
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He is right on one thing though. At the end, he made a notable remark on the Cryorig brand being oriented towards the enthusiasts. Damn right! thumb.gif Owning their products does make me feel good inside if you know what i mean happysmiley.gif

Anyways, behold! A Cryorig C7 appears






Very quiet. My girlfriend put the computer near the kitchen/dining area, so the refrigerator makes more noise than the computer.
specs: intel i5-6500 o.c. 10,000ghz, ASUS H170M-PLUS/CSM mobo #mofo, Team Elite Plus 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory, OCZ TRION 150 480GB SSD, WD Black 1TB, HIS Radeon R9 270 2GB, DIYPC Cuboid-B MicroATX, Cooling Silencer MK III 600W PSU, Intel 7260HMWDTX1 (don't buy it - goes to sleep mode a lot and have to restart it often to turn wifi back on), Asus BC-12B1ST Blu-Ray (b/c blue fits the theme), and Cryorig C7 cooler.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Note: My girlfriend built her PC for her birthday. I just bought her the parts and mixed it in with leftover used parts of my own. Sorry @Doyll senpai about the airblower. LOL had to think of a creative way to reuse the stock intel fan. tongue.gif Didn't stress out about cable management b/c i was teaching her what each component did, like sata means Serial Advanced Technology Attachment or cpu means Central Processing Unit or SSD means solid state drive or www means world wide web.

I know bad cable management means the accumulation of dust, and dust is bad for airflow. Will have to do it work on it some other time.

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My buddies pc running an R1 Ultimate that he bought on my recommendation.


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My buddies pc running an R1 Ultimate that he bought on my recommendation.



Looks awful.... tongue.gif
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Dang man that is hella color coordinated. i'm jealous
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Originally Posted by Kutalion View Post

Prices of cryorig in his charts are absolutely retarded. They are nowhere near that expencive. 60 pounds for H7 lol! Also lack of noise testing makes the whole test quite useless.
While Cryorig are hard to find here, H5 is about £40 and H7 is about £32. I just looked on Amazon and they are showing as £54 & £36. Alternate.co.uk (I think they are actually in Germany and ship from there) is UK dealer, as is ebuyer.
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Well, what could he do though? There is no real retail channel in the UK so he had to go with 3rd party prices on Amazon. Inflated, and he mentions it, but that is how it goes. People are really not willing to buy goods that need to be pass customs and duty.
Anything purchased from any EU country has no duty or customs coming into UK. Buying from another country in EU is similar buying from another state in USA. The VAT rates between countries are all within 2-3% and we pay the VAT in country of origin. Shipping costs from other EU countries is 2 to 3 times as much costing about £10 while in country it is sometimes free. The size and populating of UK means shipping costs are quite low, for example Texas is 268,597 square miles with a population of 26.96 million compared to UK being only 94,058.3 square miles with a population of 64.1 million. About a third the size with more than twice the population makes for low delivery costs. tongue.gif
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My buddies pc running an R1 Ultimate that he bought on my recommendation.


The CustoMod R1 covers are available in 6 colors (black, white, red, green, blue & orange) are a really nice custom accessory.

Their interactive webpage allows us to select the color of motherboard and cooler cover so we can see what each color will look like before we buy them. thumb.gif
http://www.cryorig.com/customod_r1.php
Edited by doyll - 8/17/16 at 12:11am
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Following Questions for any H7 owners
H7 cooler height without the cover on top? I have a build that's going to be really close, I can shimmy the fan down a bit.
Can this be mounted horizontally over the memory slots if they're normal size?

Any Hadron owners attempt to try one of these H7's? I know the M9i will fit, trying to push the limit.
Edited by kaivorth - 8/17/16 at 3:31pm
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Following Questions for any H7 owners
H7 cooler height without the cover on top? I have a build that's going to be really close, I can shimmy the fan down a bit.
Can this be mounted horizontally over the memory slots if they're normal size?

Any Hadron owners attempt to try one of these H7's? I know the M9i will fit, trying to push the limit.

Ummmmm - http://www.cryorig.com/c1.php

Or are you "trying to push the limit......of $35"?
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Ummmmm - http://www.cryorig.com/c1.php

Or are you "trying to push the limit......of $35"?

C1 is too expensive, and might get in the way of my top fans.

I'm just trying to see if I have a good chance of fitting a H7 in my Hadron. With the cover off I might have a chance, just need to know the height.
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