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CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

 

Computex 2015 is in full swing, and the product announcements are oozing. Today, CRYORIG has announced their next-gen AIO coolers, alongside a PSU with IoT (internet of things) support that will come in both 80+ Gold and Platinum flavours. The Cryorig A40, A40 Ultimate and A80 AIO's 'combine the strength of both Air Cooling and Liquid Cooling in an innovative package,' as stated in the Press Release. The Pi Series of PSUs, on the other hand, support IoT and allows the user to remotely control their PSUs through their smartphones with the help of an application.

 

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The Cryorig A Series AIOs were created to solve a major problem with other closed loop water coolers on the market: a lack of airflow for the components surrounding the CPU. Cryorig solves this by putting a fan on top of the pump unit. According to heat images from Cryorig, the RAM, VRGs and even the GPU benefit from the added airflow. The fan that's on the pump is patent pending. It's named the Airflow Circulator fan.

 

CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

 

The Airflow Circulator fan is an RPM fan that is rated at 3,000 RPM. It's 70 mm big, and it adjusts its RPM based on the CPU temperature. The three Cryorig AIO models will come in the three models mentioned in above, and will launch Summer 2015.

 

A40/A40 Ultimate

 

• Supports: Intel 2011(v3), 1366, 115x, AMD FM1/FM2, AM2/AM2+,   AM3/AM3+

• Cold Plate: Copper Micro Fin

• Radiator Size: 240x120x25mm (A40)/ 240x120x38mm (A40 Ultimate)

• Fan: Dual 120x25mm 2.200 RPM PWM

 

A80

 

•Supports : Intel 2011(v3), 1366, 115x, AMD FM1/FM2, AM2/AM2+, AM3/AM3+

•Cold Plate: Copper Micro Fin

•Radiator Size: 280x120x25mm

•Fan: Dual 140x25mm 1.850 RPM PWM

 

The Cryorig Pi Series PSUs are 80+ Gold or Platinum certified, and they come with IoT capability (like mentioned before), to 'create a brand new way of managing and controlling your PC.' Featuring patent-pending Zero Hassle Hardware Wake technology, the PSU directly controls the motherboard's on/off signals, enabling the user to wake or hibernate their PC via the internet.

 

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The Cryorig Pi Series PSUs are launching in 2016 in 660W, 860W and 1000W models.

 

CRYORIG unveils A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs

 

Pi 660/860/1000

 

•Wattage: 660/860/1000 Watts

•80+: Gold~Platinum

•Fan: QF120 600~2.200 PWM fan

•Size: TBA

•Release: Summer 2016

•Other: IoT Wake on Remote, Close on Remote Capable

 

We at OC3D will keep you up to date on product announcements during Computex 2015, so keep an eye on our front page.

 

Join the discussion on the Cryorig A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs on the OC3D Forums. 

 

CRYORIG has unveiled upcoming A-Series AIO coolers and Pi-Series PSUs (with IoT support) during Computex...

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 2 June 2015
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02-06-2015, 05:55:41

Feronix
It looks really silly with the fan at an angle? Also isn't the whole 'no airflow around the CPU socket' a bit exaggerated since most AIOs are mounted in the top of cases with the fans close to the RAM and motherboard VRMs?

Can't tell from these images but if the tubing doesn't come out of the side and you can't fit the fan (without frame) flat on top of the pump block - it should have. Other that that, it looks nice. A lot like the H110i GT with that tubing, and the fans look nice. Curious to see how it performs.Quote

02-06-2015, 06:06:56

TPC
You can take the fan on the block of too if it gets annoying FYIQuote

02-06-2015, 06:09:32

King of Old Old School
Well it is different with the fan on the CPU blockQuote

02-06-2015, 06:10:28

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by TPC View Post
You can take the fan on the block of too if it gets annoying FYI
Well that'd be one of the first things I'd do if I got one. Do you happen to have any pictures of the block without fan?

Also apparently you can't lay it flat and tubing comes out at an angle too...

https://mmi215.whatsapp.net/d/HKKMlB...tMUlz7vZzg.jpgQuote

02-06-2015, 06:19:09

TPC
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