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CRYORIG and NZXT Have Created The H7 Quad Lumi RGB CPU Cooler

CRYORIG and NZXT have collaborated to create what they call the “world’s first software controlled RGB LED light heatsink”. It is the H7 Quad Lumi and it is basically CRYORIG’s H7 cooler with an additional 6 mm high-end copper heatpipe added, new QF120 Balanced LED fan, and the Lumi lighting system. The Lumi lighting system integrates an RGB LED controller which can be controlled and programmed via NZXT’s CAM software.

CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi

With the CAM software users can program the dual channel RGB lighting effects on the logo on the top of the cooler and on the base of the cooler. Lumi makes use of NZXT’s Hue+ controller board, which has nine different lighting effects. CRYORIG also says that the range of effects will be expanded with a future firmware update. Since Lumi is dual channel that means that the logo on the top of the cooler and the base lighting can be controlled independently. Check out the cooler in action below!

The H7 Quad Lumi is supposed to also bring with it 10% better cooling than the H7, which is due to the upgraded heatpipes and new fan. The new QF120 LED fan features built-in acoustic absorbers, and a quad air inlet system. The fan is PWM controlled and with speeds ranging from 300 to 1600 RPM. Currently the white LED version is the only one available, but other colors are coming.

CRYORIG H7 Quad Lumi

CRYORIG says that their targeted release date will be Holiday season 2016. No word yet on pricing.

HEATSINK SPECIFICATION
– Dimension ( with fan ): L98 mm x W123 mm x H145 mm
– Weight ( with fan ): 728 g
– Weight ( without fan ): 594 g
– Heat pipes: 6mm heatpipe x 4 units
– Copper Base: C1100 Pure copper nickel plated
– RAM Tolerance Height: Limitless
– TDP: 150 W+
– Connections: PWM and Internal USB 2.0

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Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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