Cryorig H7 Plus High-Performance Air CPU Cooler Review

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Cryorig H7 Plus

When it comes to air coolers for your processing needs, you are not exactly struggling to find a huge number of products all touting for your business. When it comes to picking one, you can feel a little spoilt for choice. If you go down the road of big brands though Cryorig are certainly one of the most prestige out there.

In our experience, all of their products come with an excellent design made to appeal not just to aesthetics, but also performance.

With this in mind, we take a look at their brand new Cryorig H7 Plus air CPU cooler. An upgrade on their prior H7 model which now offers two fans and a large radiator block to give optimal airflow and hopefully some excellent performance.


  • Extreme Efficiency Fine Tuning Cooling Capability
  • Zero Interference Infinite RAM Compatibility.
  • Dual Fan System Turbo Charged Airflow.
  • Installation Make Easy – Get Started Within 4 Minutes.

What Cryorig Had To Say

“CRYORIG H Series coolers feature our proprietary Hive Fin™ structure. This design allows for a combination of Jet Fin Acceleration™ and Turbulence Reduction, as well as strengthening structural strength of the fin stacks. Combined together, the Hive Fin™ design brings cool innovation.” – Cryorig

Technical Information

For more in-depth technical specification, please visit the official product page in the link here!

Exterior Packaging

I really love what Cryorig has done with the packaging for the H7 Plus cooler. On the front of the box, they put a nice huge image of the cooler for you to check out. Not only that but in the image below you’ll note that one entire side of the box is completely devoted just to the model name. It certainly speaks of confidence when you promote your product this much!

The rear of the packaging contains all of the technical specifications. This also includes a full diagram of the cooler dimensions (which given its size is very important) as well as all the compatibility with chipsets. In terms of information, this is well presented and tells you pretty much everything you could want.

Finally, the side of the packaging gives you the full rundown of all the key features. While the main bullet points are easy enough to rear the dull-silver on black makes the ‘fine print’ a little harder. As a whole though, in terms of packaging the Cryorig H7 Plus ticks all the right boxes!

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4 Responses to “Cryorig H7 Plus High-Performance Air CPU Cooler Review”
  1. Compassionate Homicide says:

    I’m glad I found a review of the new H7+, especially compared to so many other coolers. Thank you.

    However, were all the compared coolers tested on the same exact system setup? Was it in an open air system? I’m just having a hard time believing that it did so well on the 5 GHz and 1.345v overclocked system, for being so small in size compared to even the Mugen 5 and Ninja 5.

    Please tell me you can test this on a Ryzen that has not been delidded, inside a closed case.

    • Mike Sanders says:

      Thank you for your kind comments, we take great pride in the thorough manner of all our reviews and are delighted to hear positive feedback.

      In regards to the results, they were ALL conducted on a Lian Li which is an open test bench. While you might be surprised with the results, remember that Cryorig is an excellent brand.

  2. Jo3yization says:

    Thanks for the testing!(& literally the first tests listed for this cooler), I’m really curious how it would fair against the Quad lumi with 2 fans as it supposedly has higher TDP /w 4 heat pipes but does poorly against the H7 plus in your tests,, or Cryorig R1 universal being one of Cryorigs more expensive air coolers, it’s oddly missing from your comparison.

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