Cryorig M9 Plus Compact Air Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
Cryorig M9 Plus
Cryorig is, perhaps, one of the best-known prestige brands in terms of PC components. With them offering a huge range of products you may not perhaps be familiar with their CPU cooling range. Of these, the M9 has proven to be one of the most popular.
With its compact design and excellent performance, it’s a cooler well suited to systems where size is a factor. With this in mind, Cryorig has released a brand new updated version. Yes, The Cryorig M9 Plus looks to build on the excellent reputation of the original model by adding new improvements to try and squeeze as much performance possibly out of a remarkably small cooler.
Lets, therefore, take a closer look and see how much punch is in this small package!
- 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
“With a total height of 124.6mm, the CRYORIG M9i/M9a is the smallest CRYORIG Tower cooler. Featuring the same materials and cooling technology found on all CRYORIG tower coolers, there are no compromises or downgrades to quality and performance. It’s the perfect entry product to PC Building, Enthusiast Grade Cooling, and Overclocking.” – Cryorig
For more in-depth technical specification, please visit the official product page in the link here!
The front packaging for the Cryorig M9 Plus places a nice big bold image of the cooler front and centre. It is somewhat ironic that the image of the cooler on the box is actually probably much bigger than the cooler is in reality. While the information is light, it is nice to see the cooler placed front and centre on the packaging.
If the front was light on details, the back makes up for it. You are literally given all the details you could possibly want. This even includes a full diagram of the cooler which, given that this is a compact design, is a matter of huge interest to anyone thinking of buying it.
Finally, the side of the packaging has all the key features. The information is well spaced and nicely laid out. The silver writing does require you to look a little harder, but on the whole, the packaging ticks all the right boxes for the information it conveys.