A new player in PC cooling market, CRYORIG, debuts with R1 series dual tower CPU coolers. Weighing at 936 g (excluding fans), R1 is a beast of a cooler. R1 features some unique design solutions. Its single tower is made up of two aluminum fin arrays soldered to seven 6 mm heatpipes. Fin arrays have different width gaps allowing more airflow and faster hot air dissipation. R1 boasts asymmetrical design - its heatpipes and aluminum fin body are shifted away from base center to improve compatibility with tall RAM heatspreaders. R1 comes in Ultimate and Universal variants differing by fan configuration. R1 Ultimate comes with two 140 mm fans while R1 Universal is equipped with one standard 140 mm fan and one slim 140 mm fan. Both versions support all modern Intel and AMD sockets. CRYORIG R1 will be released early next year.
Officially founded in 2013, CRYORIG is a fresh new comer to the PC peripherals and Cooling market but with a core team of seasoned veterans. Our team's resume include experiences with renowned brands such Thermalright, Prolimatech and Phanteks. With our experience and drive for innovation and improvement we are proud to present our very first flagship dual tower solution, the CRYORIG R1.
The R1 is an accumulation of years of research and design. Putting good use to our multiple manufacturing and design patents, the CRYORIG R1 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.
The R1 will be featured in two flavors, the R1 Universal and the R1 Ultimate. The R1 Ultimate will have two XF140's full 140x140x26mm fans, and the ability to add a third XF140. The Universal version features one XF140 and a thin profile 140x140x13mm XT140 silent performance fan, offering terrific performance with almost no tradeoff for performance and compatibility.
The CRYORIG R1 Ultimate, XF140 and XT140 are set for release on January of 2014 and the R1 Universal is set at February 2014 for select countries.