Cryorig H7 Plus Overview
The Cryorig H7 Plus is your typical tower-style cooler. The cooler has official dimensions of L126 mm x W123 mm x H145 mm with both fans installed. It is a decent-sized cooler, but not the largest we’ve seen.
On the front of the cooler you’ll find one of Cryorig’s own QF120 Balance fans as well as a second one on the back of the cooler. So you have a push-pull setup going on. These 120 mm fans spin between 300 and 1600 RPM with an airflow of 59 CFM, air pressure of 1.65 mmH2O, and a noise level of 25 dBA.
Looking at the cooler from the side we can see just how thick the heatsink tower is. Both of the cooling fans are held in place by fan clips. We can also spot arrows on the fan frames, which denote the direction they push air.
The top of the cooler has a cap on it which has the Cryorig logo on it. Of course this will show out if you have a case with a side panel window. For those wondering the tower is only 145 mm tall, which means it will fit in almost any mid tower out there.
Removing one of the fans we can get a better look at the heatsink structure. Cryorig is using their proprietary Hive Fin structure. By utilizing a larger air intake and narrower air exhaust section on the fins, it compresses the air to move faster and more efficiently out of the heatsink. Also using a bee hive shaped structure at the front air intake of the heatsink, lowers air turbulence and assists airflow to move through the full length of the heatsink.
Moving down to the base of the cooler we can see there are three heatpipes. These start at the base of the cooler and go up into the heatsink in a “U” fashion. Both the heatpipes and base of the cooler are nickel-plated copper. The base looks pretty clean, although we can definitely see some machining marks.