CRYORIG A80 Review 14

CRYORIG A80 Review

A Closer Look »


CRYORIG's A80 comes in a fairly large box that measures in at roughly 35.5 cm long, 17.8 cm wide, and 16.5 cm high. On the front, you will find a close-up of the pump and the unit's signature feature, the hybrid airflow fan. A list of other features is also on the front. Moving to the left side, all there is to see here is "A80" in big, bold letters. All the specifications you would ever want for the radiator, pump, and fan and the supported sockets are listed on the back. General mechanical drawings are also on the back should you want a visual representation to go along with these specifications.

The right side details the A80's "Hybrid Liquid Cooling" aspect. Meanwhile, the top simply has the CRYORIG name and company slogan "research idea gear". Otherwise, it's par the course for a CRYORIG box.


CRYORIG has encased everything in a cardboard shell with a thin layer of foam on top. This is pretty much par the course for every liquid cooler that crosses my desk. The foam layer is not as thick as I would like; however, that is a personal nit pick, and what is here is more than adequate in the end.

CRYORIG makes use of their "MultiSeg" mounting hardware design with the A80, which consists of very few parts to really simplify things for the consumer. It is always good to see a well-thought-out design.

Common parts supplied for mounting include:
  • 8x M3 radiator screws
  • 8x M3 short radiator screws
  • 8x washers
  • 4x screw pillars
  • 4x Intel 2011 screw pillars
  • 4x nuts
  • 4x mounting screw nuts
  • 4x AMD mounting screws
  • 2x 140 mm fans
  • 2x User's manual
  • 1x 70 mm fan
  • 1x AMD mounting clip
  • 1x Intel mounting clip
  • 1x Intel backplate
  • 1x AMD backplate
  • 1x pre-filled liquid cooler
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