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CRYORIG Announces Frostbit M.2 Cooler and C7 RGB for Computex 2018

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Ahead of Computex 2018 CRYORIG announces new M.2 cooler Frostbit and RGB enhanced C7 RGB CPU Cooler. CRYORIG's Frostbit is not only the industry first aftermarket M.2 NVMe SSD cooler with dual heatpipes, it allows full adjustment of the Secondary Heatpipe and large volume Heatsink. The C7 RGB is based on CRYORIG's award winning ITX cooler C7, with a 12v RGB lighting enhanced 92 mm fan. Both products will be shown at CRYORIG's Computex booth at Nangang Exhibition Hall I0527.





The Frostbit is the first aftermarket M.2 cooler using the heatpipe technology. It's Dual Stacked Heatpipes work cooperatively to form a massive heat dissipation surface. The First 1 mm Ultra-Thin Heatpipe spreads heat from components into the Primary Heat Spreader. The Secondary Heatpipe is then attached to draw heat further into a large volume Heatsink. The Frostbit's Heatsink can also be adjusted to fit different PC setups. The Secondary Heatpipe's angle can be manually tilted to either side to avoid interference with the GPU or a large CPU coolers.



Based on one of the best ITX coolers on the market, the C7 RGB adds 12v RGB lighting to an already stellar performer. With the C7 RGB being a top-flow cooler, once lit up the C7 RGB becomes the lighting centerpiece of any ITX build. The C7 RGB lighting system is built on standard 12v RGB LEDs integrated in its 92 mm PWM fan. Simply plug in the Fan RGB header into either a 12v RGB port on the mainboard or any 12v RGB lighting controller. It is compatible with all major 12v RGB controllers and boards.



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Amazingly... I rather like the look and design of the M.2 cooler. Looks. .. purposeful.
 

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Think it'll be more useful as x4 laned M.2 Optane drives come out and Samsung's Z-NAND M.2's hit the consumer market too. Optane uses more watts than most other NVMe NAND drives. I'm sure keeping the controller cool is a bigger issue. Not that this is something most people will have a problem with any time soon. But even if not used on Optane or Z-NAND and used on some other NVMe NAND drive, I think it looks pretty neat aesthetically that could match well with other components. I have nothing against folks who love to build around designs and looks regardless of performance benefit.
 
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Let's add some micro golden orb fans on them too ….
 
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