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Cryorig teases a 'New Generation' of CPU cooler

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Cryorig teases a 'New Generation' of CPU cooler

Cryorig teases a 'New Generation' of CPU cooler  

Cryorig has started to tease its next-generation product stack, new heatsink offerings which will likely replace most of the company's current product lines.

Hopefully, these new heatsinks will include design improvements which will help reduce CPU thermals to lower levels than their existing products. Below is an image which showcases what appears to be an H5 successor, offering users dual-fan cooling and a single tower heatsink design. The 5 in "5OON" also hints that this is the case, as Cryorig's H5 series are the company's only coolers to have a 5 in their naming scheme. 

At this time, it is unknown when Cryorig plans to release their new heatsinks into the consumer market, or how they will be priced when compared to their existing product offerings. We will report on Cryorig's upcoming heatsinks again when we learn more.   

Cryorig teases a 'New Generation' of CPU cooler


You can join the discussion on Cryorig's "New Generation" heatsink teaser on the OC3D Forums.   

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28-08-2020, 08:14:22

Avet
That is nice. I really like Cryorig cooolers. They look soo good and they rival Noctua in performance. Them and be quiet! are the reason we got black Noctuas.Quote

28-08-2020, 11:41:37

NeverBackDown
They went basically out of business and virtually disappeared for over a year. So this launch will be interesting.Quote
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