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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.
If it was to fit it would be very tight. The cover is only
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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.
Sorry I can't help, but at a guess it won't fit. Have you considered True Spirit 120?
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It would seem that the air coolers from Cryorig are definitely more popular than the AIO. I've rarely seen anyone with them, or using them. It kind of baffles me that every person who decides to go with an AIO will 95% of the time get a crap Corsair variant. There vastly more expensive, and offer worse performance, and are noisier. I wish people did research more. Cryorig deserve a massive boost in sales from the A40/ult/80. For £67 mine smashes every other unit in the price range, and even out performs the kraken x61. I don't see how cryorig make a profit on the a40 ultimate, it's such a bargain for the price I paid.
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It would seem that the air coolers from Cryorig are definitely more popular than the AIO. I've rarely seen anyone with them, or using them. It kind of baffles me that every person who decides to go with an AIO will 95% of the time get a crap Corsair variant. There vastly more expensive, and offer worse performance, and are noisier. I wish people did research more. Cryorig deserve a massive boost in sales from the A40/ult/80. For £67 mine smashes every other unit in the price range, and even out performs the kraken x61. I don't see how cryorig make a profit on the a40 ultimate, it's such a bargain for the price I paid.

People love the little light up sailboats. It's really that simple. They think that there is actually any difference in these Aseteks other than the logo and fans. Even the A40 Ultimate is nothing more than an H115 which is nothing more than a Thermaltake Water 2.0 Somethingorother (I have forgotten the name). SSDD, nothing new here.

And, before you go off on an A40 Ultimate is better than an X61 tangent......the X61 has far better noise/performance than the A40H115UltimateWater. The thicker high fpi 240mm design needs far more air to to the same thing as a slimmer 280mm.

But, yes, Cryorig should have a bigger piece of the CLC pie. Their downfall was getting into it too late.
Edited by ciarlatano - 8/19/16 at 6:47am
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Changed the fan for when I try to tickle that 6700k a little bit. And it doesn't look that bad either, but my case doesn't have a window...
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I've decided to draw a line under my build. Some items remain on the wish list ... and I will get around to those as and when I can.

This build has 9 x 120 Balanced fans in it. Seven in the pedestal providing 'push' cooling and two in the main case blowing air over the motherboard. They are controlled by an Aquaero and are currently sitting at 400rpms (fixed). I may or may not add a curve depending on running temps.


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CaseLabs S5 with Pedestal
Motherboard: ASUS X99-M WS
CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz
RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4 3200
Liquid cooled with 2 x 360 rads, Monsoon reservoir, heatkiller IV CPU block, Cryorig fans up the wazoo

More pictures in my build log.
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Hey, can you pls advise me any good shop with worldwide delivery, when I can buy CRYORIG production?
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Hey, can you pls advise me any good shop with worldwide delivery, when I can buy CRYORIG production?
I don't know of any. Tell us what country are you in and someone here may know of a company that will deliver to you.
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People love the little light up sailboats. It's really that simple.

Corsair also had an insanely large marketing department, and they quickly partnered up with several larger names out there to push their name even further (Linus Tech Tips comes to mind as one), and their product is distributed throughout most major retailers within a week or so of official launch (local stores here had the ML fans in stock within three days of the reviews going live)... Then add in agreements for shelf space and large amounts of signage on said shelves in high traffic areas and it seems like people are easily moved to believing their products are not only better, but a special status symbol as well. Or something.

For an AIO, I'd love to buy one of the Cryorig ones for my benching rig, but lack of local availability hurts them. Of course, such is easily fixed by sending an email into support, but there's nothing quite as satisfying as bring able to walk into a store and pick up the product right then and there.

Was really fun to see a friend's boyfriend get all envious of my Cryorig R1 Ultimate the instant he stepped into our place though!
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Would an h7 have any issues taking a 6600k to 4.5ghz?
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Would an h7 have any issues taking a 6600k to 4.5ghz?

No. Or yes. Or maybe.

It entirely depends on the CPU and the voltage required to get it there, and if it can get there at all.
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