Wednesday, May 22nd 2019

Cryorig to Launch Graphene-Coated C7G CPU Cooler?

As of yet unannounced, it seems that Cryorig may be preparing to launch a graphene-coated version of their popular low-profile C7Cu cooler. Cryorig's own website has a product page up for the part, which makes use of graphene's qualities in both durability, lightness and thermal conductivity to increase performance in the part of the market it arguably matters the most - small form factor. This could signal an improvement in heat dissipation capabilities for this small cooler. The C7 Cu version, in full copper, has a 115W TDP specification, so perhaps the C7G will improve in that front.

The C7G FAQ isn't uploaded as of yet, which speaks to the unannounced nature of the product. The only thing we have to go by, for now, is the image for the product on Cryorig's product page, and the users' manual, which while not giving away much in terms of specifications, but does show that there are a pair of mounting clips included for users to mount their 90 mm fans - whether in 14 mm or 25 mm depth.
Sources: Reddit via @WinterCharm, Cryorig C7G Install guide, Cryorig
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6 Comments on Cryorig to Launch Graphene-Coated C7G CPU Cooler?

#1
londiste
Does that graphene coating help with anything besides looking cooler?
Fan clips would have been good from the beginning of C7 though.
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RH92
londiste said:

Does that graphene coating help with anything besides looking cooler?
Fan clips would have been good from the beginning of C7 though.
It should help in theory but by how much is the real question . Imo C7 could gain much more from improving the fan more than anything else !
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#3
TesterAnon
I guess as long its better durability wise than nickel coating it should be fine even if its placeboo when it comes to performance.
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#4
Turmania
Their biggest problem was the fan on the cooler. Noisy and underperforming.
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#5
Animalpak
Just the best looking low profile cooler but cant keep the temp down with decent CPU's... I had one it was a disappointment. Also noise is too high
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londiste
Animalpak said:
Just the best looking low profile cooler but cant keep the temp down with decent CPU's... I had one it was a disappointment. Also noise is too high
There is only a handful of coolers that fit in the same height and C7s are pretty good among them. There just is not that much you can do with the limited space :)
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