Thursday, January 23rd 2014

CRYORIG R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler, XF140 and XT140 Fans Go On Sale

PC peripherals new comer CRYORIG's first products, the R1 Ultimate high-end CPU cooler and XF140, XT140 system fans are available now in Japan and Korea. And to celebrate the launch of the brand, CRYORIG is providing one free XF140 140 mm PWM fan upon purchases of the R1 Ultimate for limited time and quantity.

The CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is the accumulation of years of research and design. Integrating multiple manufacturing and design patents, the CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is jam packed with multiple one of a kind features. The long list of features include our patented DirectCompress full contact soldering process, Jet Fin Acceleration System, Heatpipe Convex-Align and Displacement Optimization Systems. Featuring two XF140 PWM fans, and with the upgradability to go with three fans. Also offering one of the industry's longest, 6 year warranty upon product registration.

For a limited time and quantity only, CRYORIG has upped the ante in including a FREE additional XF140 upon R1 Ultimate purchases. Please double check with your E-tailer or retail of choice to check if the free XF140 bundle is still in stock.

First to launch in Korea by DAEYANG IT and Dirac Co., Ltd. Japan, CRYORIG is set to launch next in Germany, Taiwan and the United States.

www.cryorig.com/buy.php

www.cryorig.com/r1-ultimate.php
www.cryorig.com/xf140.php
www.cryorig.com/xt140.php
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10 Comments on CRYORIG R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler, XF140 and XT140 Fans Go On Sale

#1
Jorge
The prblem is they need more fans and bigger fans. I'd say 6x 300mm fans should be the very minimal cooling for a desktop PC. For the serious OC'er a jet engine should be the minimum airflow device. /sarcasm.
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#2
Marty 1480
They need more sizes and not just 14 cm. Really need a 12 cm, 8 cm and 20 cm fan to have a complete range. Also there is no indication if this fan is static pressure optimized or air flow optimized. So these guys have a bit to go yet.
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#3
NC37
Love how they make it all cool with fans and gizmos. Hey look at us, we got more fans, we're better!

Yeah...visit them a few months down the line, fans totally caked with dirt, fins clogged, end user cursing the day they bought it because they have to constantly clean them to get the functionality they had when they bought it.

Solve for me this! A HSF that doesn't get clogged with dirt, blades that don't get caked, and the simplicity of cleaning it if it got dirty. Then slap an "ultimate" sticker on it and you can take my money.
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#4
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: NC37
Love how they make it all cool with fans and gizmos. Hey look at us, we got more fans, we're better!

Yeah...visit them a few months down the line, fans totally caked with dirt, fins clogged, end user cursing the day they bought it because they have to constantly clean them to get the functionality they had when they bought it.

Solve for me this! A HSF that doesn't get clogged with dirt, blades that don't get caked, and the simplicity of cleaning it if it got dirty. Then slap an "ultimate" sticker on it and you can take my money.
a little bit of an exaggeration? I understand that fans get a thin layer of dust over the fins - the amount of dust caked on heatsinks can vary, but even if you spend 30mins or 1hr a month just hoovering your room and doing a little bit of cleaning then you could pretty much go on forever without having to worry about the build up of dust inside your PC case. I dont open my case that often once i got it set up - Once every 6 months or so I strip the graphic cards and fans and AIO cooler out and give it a blast of compressed air and small wipe down of the fans to clean the dust off. the 180mm at the top of my case is harder to move and i have NEVER removed it once installed - I can see a little dust stuck onto the fins but nothing that causes any serious concern.

Dont like dust? then go live in a lab where all the dirt and any contaminants in the air are filtered out before being pumped into the room
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#5
rooivalk
Depends on where people live. If you live in front of busy street with natural ventilation, the dust tends to accumulate very fast. If you live in nice apartment, the dust probably very minimal.
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#6
SteveS45
by: NC37
Love how they make it all cool with fans and gizmos. Hey look at us, we got more fans, we're better!

Yeah...visit them a few months down the line, fans totally caked with dirt, fins clogged, end user cursing the day they bought it because they have to constantly clean them to get the functionality they had when they bought it.

Solve for me this! A HSF that doesn't get clogged with dirt, blades that don't get caked, and the simplicity of cleaning it if it got dirty. Then slap an "ultimate" sticker on it and you can take my money.
Dust will always be a factor in electronics in general not just PC's and definitely not limited to air based coolers. Keeping your gadgets clean is more of a personal habit kind of thing than some kind of design flaw. Unless you're going for a submerged mineral oil system, you're going to get dust inside your system no matter what. And if you don't clean your PC every now and then, even radiators for water based cooling will be effected.
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NC37
by: rooivalk
Depends on where people live. If you live in front of busy street with natural ventilation, the dust tends to accumulate very fast. If you live in nice apartment, the dust probably very minimal.
Southern Cali so, yeah, its dirty and dry and dusty. Old house with lots of air leaks.

I clean my filters and within 3 days they are in need of cleaning again. About a week, caked. Insides, they take a little longer to get caked but I just today I Macgyver'd an old case fan into one of my 460s that had a bad fan. At least till I can get it replaced. Had cleaned about less than a month prior. Everything had a good film of dust on it. Some of the internal fans already showing some caking.
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#8
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
by: NC37
Solve for me this! A HSF that doesn't get clogged with dirt, blades that don't get caked, and the simplicity of cleaning it if it got dirty. Then slap an "ultimate" sticker on it and you can take my money.
I'll second that. My NH-D14 might be a fabulous cooler, but it soon gets caked with dust, which looks ugly. I then have to remove the fans and try to suck out the dust from towers using the hoover (and clean the fans too of course).

Luckily, it takes an awful lot of dust to really impact its cooling efficiency.
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#9
Deadlyraver
When I look at the cooler, it is rather nice however I feel I will need more air cans a year for it. Just look at how confined the heatsink is.

My Zalman CNSPS12X serves me well enough.
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#10
james888
by: FreedomEclipse
a little bit of an exaggeration? I understand that fans get a thin layer of dust over the fins - the amount of dust caked on heatsinks can vary, but even if you spend 30mins or 1hr a month just hoovering your room and doing a little bit of cleaning then you could pretty much go on forever without having to worry about the build up of dust inside your PC case. I dont open my case that often once i got it set up - Once every 6 months or so I strip the graphic cards and fans and AIO cooler out and give it a blast of compressed air and small wipe down of the fans to clean the dust off. the 180mm at the top of my case is harder to move and i have NEVER removed it once installed - I can see a little dust stuck onto the fins but nothing that causes any serious concern.

Dont like dust? then go live in a lab where all the dirt and any contaminants in the air are filtered out before being pumped into the room
I vacuum biweekly, and remove the dust from my pc's filters weekly because it starts to block airflow.
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