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Originally Posted by AuraNova View Post

Oh, I placed it a while ago. Probably 2 weeks ago? Maybe less?

Ah i see. I placed mine in Feb during the preorder days, was acknowleged when Ryzen was recieved. They'll ask you for phone number anc address usually by then. Have you reached that stage?
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Ah i see. I placed mine in Feb during the preorder days, was acknowleged when Ryzen was recieved. They'll ask you for phone number anc address usually by then. Have you reached that stage?

I did mine through the AM4 sign up page. I'm hoping they got the information.
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So, I bought both a Cryorig H5 and Cryorig C7 in the last two weeks.

Impressive packaging. Nice build quality. Easy installation. However, the fan on my Cryorig H5 is loud as **** (by my standards). It's like a herd of angry crickets at load. My old Zalman CNPS10X is almost inaudible at load, and gets around the same temps on my older OC'd build. Is my H5 fan just defective, or should I return the whole thing? I went with it because of good reviews, the white top to match my build (Gigabyte Phoenix SLI and Corsair Vengeance LPX), and because it fit in my NZXT S340 with white interior.

The Cryorig C7 is louder than I prefer, but still has better acoustic properties than my Scythe Shrunken Big in my Node 202 build... though the temps in that case are crap (hitting mid 90Cs at 100% sustained load on i7-7700k stock setitngs

Any thoughts or suggestions? If I can get a good QUIET fan that looks okay on the H5, I could see keeping it around.Is it even possible to put on a different fan?
Edited by TheInternal - 4/11/17 at 10:22pm
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i'm a little worried, my x58 mobo that i used my r1 on was thick and had metal backplates, this gigabyte b350 micro board seems kinda thin and flexy. not sure if its good idea in the long run to put a heavy r1 on it lol
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So, I bought both a Cryorig H5 and Cryorig C7 in the last two weeks.

Impressive packaging. Nice build quality. Easy installation. However, the fan on my Cryorig H5 is loud as **** (by my standards). It's like a herd of angry crickets at load. My old Zalman CNPS10X is almost inaudible at load, and gets around the same temps on my older OC'd build. Is my H5 fan just defective, or should I return the whole thing? I went with it because of good reviews, the white top to match my build (Gigabyte Phoenix SLI and Corsair Vengeance LPX), and because it fit in my NZXT S340 with white interior.

The Cryorig C7 is louder than I prefer, but still has better acoustic properties than my Scythe Shrunken Big in my Node 202 build... though the temps in that case are crap (hitting mid 90Cs at 100% sustained load on i7-7700k stock setitngs

Any thoughts or suggestions? If I can get a good QUIET fan that looks okay on the H5, I could see keeping it around.Is it even possible to put on a different fan?
Which H5 did you get? If it's the Universal that thin fan is kinda noisy. Sometimes the fan get knocked around in shipping and a push on motor hub in center of fan will shift the fan back into position an lower noise.

What is the air temp going into the C7? You may have a problem with it circling it's air.
Even on open bench testing just turning the fan often lowers mobo and CPU temps by 5-8c


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i'm a little worried, my x58 mobo that i used my r1 on was thick and had metal backplates, this gigabyte b350 micro board seems kinda thin and flexy. not sure if its good idea in the long run to put a heavy r1 on it lol
I have not used the B350, but I have never had a motherboard warp or damaged by heavy coolers like R1. In fact I have never seen a motherboard damaged by a heavy cooler that was not abused .. either in shipping of owner dropping it, pushing compuner off of desk, etc.
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I just heard from Cryorig that they will be posting Ryzen / AM4 upgrades starting the first of next week.

I do not know if you guys are aware, but the reason for this delay in having mounts for new CPU mount spacing is because AMD did not give most cooler companies the AM4 mount spacing until the day they released the Ryzen CPU. The only people who had any idea what the spacing would be were the few who had pre-release samples. Normally this kind of mounting measurements are given to all companies that sell products for it a months ahead of release so mounts are ready when CPU releases.

This means most companies had to scramble to design, test and produce new mounts after people started buying Ryzen. So if you want to blame someone, blame AMD. biggrin.gif
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I did mine through the AM4 sign up page. I'm hoping they got the information.

They should have it soon. I think there's quite a backlog of orders hence the delay.
post #3148 of 3316
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They should have it soon. I think there's quite a backlog of orders hence the delay.
My understanding is all preorders one will most likey have one on it's way next week.
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I was wondering if the CRYORIG R1 Universal is over-kill for a Ryzen 1700X @ 4 GHz ?
If it is, what else I should I get.
I'm looking for something that doesn't over hang the memory slots and as small as is needed.
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My understanding is all preorders one will most likey have one on it's way next week.
It would be epic if I got my bracket delivered at the same time I got my CPU. Then I can finally get this build done and over with.
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I was wondering if the CRYORIG R1 Universal is over-kill for a Ryzen 1700X @ 4 GHz ?
If it is, what else I should I get.
I'm looking for something that doesn't over hang the memory slots and as small as is needed.
This was one reason why I went for the H7. It seems it will perform well, and have enough clearance to let you put any RAM. I don't think either would give you an issue running 4 GHz.
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