Computex 2014: Cryorig presented two new CPU coolers at Computex 2014 and also a very interesting new technology called RIMS. The coolers are from the H- family coolers and are called H5 and H7, let us say a few words about them below.
Cryorig H5 has a really innovative nickel plated heatsink fin structure in honeycomb shape that Cryorig calls the Hive Fin Design. The design is better in terms of strength and cooling efficiency, backed up by Jet Fin Acceleration and larger cooling area. All coolers in the H series will have larger cooling area and H5 has 90% of the cooling surface of R1 Universal, which is outstanding. H5 has Heatpipe Convex-Align and a total of four 6mm heatpipes. The heat sink is cooled by one 140mm fan – XT140, featuring High Precision Low Noise (HPLN™) bearing. The fan operates in the range of 700 ~ 1300 RPM and produces noise levels of 20-24 dBA, while delivering 65 CFM of airflow at maximum RPM.
H5 has dimensions of L98 mm x W143 mm x H160 mm and weighs 628 grams with the XT140 fan installed.
The H7 cooler is smaller in size and features a 120mm fan – SF120, also with High Precision Low Noise (HPLN™) bearing. What differs with from its bigger brother is the number of heat pipes – in H7 they are only three, pure copper 6mm heat pipes.
RIMS is basically a user friendly technology concept, allowing you to change the bearing type of your fan, according to the needs you have. FDB and Ball Bearing would be available on the market and thus you could build the fan bearing you desire the most. RIMS technology comes in handy when cleaning dust, due to the ability to remove the fan propeller.