CRYORIG Releases the C7 Ultra Compact Cooler

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CRYORIG Releases the C7 Ultra Compact Cooler

CRYORIG Releases the C7 Ultra Compact Cooler


PC thermal solution innovation brand CRYORIG is releasing a new addition to it's C Series line up and also it's smallest cooler to date, the C7 compact cooler. First revealed in Computex 2015 the C7 is a low profile cooler with a max height of 47mm. The C7's 47mm height also makes it only 2mm taller than the Intel Stock Heatsink, meaning it will fit in almost all case designs. 

Despite it's size the C7 also packs a heavy dose of cooling with a total of 4 high performance heatpipes, phenomenal for it's size. Fitted with a dedicated 92mm 2500rpm PWM fan with CRYORIG's proprietary Quad Air Inlet System for maximum airflow. The C7 effectively provides 25% more cooling capacity than stock heatsinks from Intel/AMD, while being up to 20% lower in noise. It's (W)97x(L)97x(H)47mm dimensions also makes it compatible with the latest 1151/115x Intel boards and AMD offerings, with no interference with PCI-E GPU cards or RAM slots.


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The C7 was designed from the ground up to be a cooler that fits anywhere and with everything. With dimensions aimed at complying with the Intel/AMD CPU Keep Out Zone, the C7 can fit snuggly into almost all boards and also all PC-chassis including the lowest rising SFF cases. Aimed at being the best in it's size category, with the help of CRYORIG proprietary manufacturing processes the C7 come with a total of 4 6mm premium performance heatpipes, something usually only found in larger tower grade heatsinks. The C7 is also fitted with a 92mm 600~2500rpm PWM controlled fan. 

With the help of CRYORIG proprietary Quad Air Inlet System for extra air intake and airflow, the C7 offers 40.5 CFM, 2.8mmH20 air pressure at 30.0dBA. In all the C7 can effectively trump the Intel Stock Cooler by more than 25% in cooling performance, and 20% less noise, all the while being no bigger than stock. The C7 is aimed to be both extremely versatile with it's size as a stock cooler replacement or upgrade, while also being a strong performance option for SFF/ITX systems that only has enough space for stock cooling. 


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The C7 is target for a September global release beginning in Japan, Taiwan, South-East Asia, and the US, with European markets targeted later in October. MSRP is 29.99 USD (-VAT) in the USA and 29.99 Euro (-VAT) in Europe.


  • Dimensions: L97 mm x W97 mm x H47mm
  • Weight: 357 g
  • Heatpipe: 6mm heatpipe x 4 units
  • Fin: T = 0.4 mm ; Gap = 1.2 mm
  • Fin Pcs: 57 pcs
  • Copper Base: C1100 Pure copper nickel plated
  • RAM Height Limit: Limitless
  • Compatibility: LGA1151 (Skylake)/115X/FM1FM2/+AM2/+AM3/+
  • TDP: 100W

Fan (Model:CR-9215)

  • Dimensions: L92 mm x W92 mm x H15 mm
  • Weight: 62 g
  • RPM: 600 ~ 2500 RPM ±10 %
  • Noise: 30.0 dBA
  • Airflow: 40.5 CFM
  • Air Pressure: 2.8 mmH2O
  • Ampere: 0.2 A

For more information, visit the product page.


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Most Recent Comments

09-09-2015, 10:01:50

Awesome! I've replaced all of the mid-range to low-range/cost coolers in workstation builds with Cryorig H5 Universal and H5 Ultimate coolers. The quality and ease of installation/use is on par with Noctua and Phanteks I'd say, just a much more palatable price. Definitely want to try this on say the new Fractal Design node 202.

Also, not sure if the image was from Cryorig or in-house, but I got super excited upon seeing the monochrome ITX board, only to realize it was only a desaturated photo : (Quote

09-09-2015, 10:10:55

This looks well nice. Great for space saving.Quote

09-09-2015, 11:39:00

I am liking it. Been wanting to do a super small build for the kids / living room and this cooler would allow for decent performance in super small case. Hoping to see it on Newegg soon.Quote

09-09-2015, 14:17:39

Finally something that would be worth getting for say the Fractal Node 202. Just wish they made a slightly bigger version for 120mm. Fan would be so much better!Quote

09-09-2015, 14:19:32

I think you may end up with ram and gpu clearance issues if it was bigger. Maybe a 90mm to 120mm funnel could be designed to keep the cooler at this size but utilize a bigger fan.Quote

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