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Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's

Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's

Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
Cryorig C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler for AMD/Intel CPU's
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Features

  • Patented DirectCompress full contact soldered fins
  • 6 Pure Copper Heatpipes Including 4 double TDP U-Type Heatpipes
  • Includes one XT140 140mm Slim Profile PWM fan with our proprietary HPLNTM bearing for optimum airflow and noise ratio

Description

CRYORIG C1 140mm Top Flow Low Profile Heatsink


Product Dimensions 5.69 x 5.51 x 2.91 inches


Item Weight 1.38 pounds


Manufacturer CRYORIG


ASIN B00KDG48CC


Item model number CR-C1A


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 36 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #786 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 13, 2015


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Features

  • Patented DirectCompress full contact soldered fins
  • 6 Pure Copper Heatpipes Including 4 double TDP U-Type Heatpipes
  • Includes one XT140 140mm Slim Profile PWM fan with our proprietary HPLNTM bearing for optimum airflow and noise ratio

Description

CRYORIG C1 140mm Top Flow Low Profile Heatsink


Product Dimensions 5.69 x 5.51 x 2.91 inches


Item Weight 1.38 pounds


Manufacturer CRYORIG


ASIN B00KDG48CC


Item model number CR-C1A


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 36 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #786 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 13, 2015


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Patented DirectCompress full contact soldered fins
  • 6 Pure Copper Heatpipes Including 4 double TDP U-Type Heatpipes
  • Includes one XT140 140mm Slim Profile PWM fan with our proprietary HPLNTM bearing for optimum airflow and noise ratio

Description

CRYORIG C1 140mm Top Flow Low Profile Heatsink


Product Dimensions 5.69 x 5.51 x 2.91 inches


Item Weight 1.38 pounds


Manufacturer CRYORIG


ASIN B00KDG48CC


Item model number CR-C1A


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 36 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #786 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 13, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews Majority of builds these days are using water cooled but if your in the market for an CPU cooler thats low profile look no further. Fit and finish of this CPU cooler is awesome - really impressed with what Cryorig offers... this thing really churns out the air and the temps have been fantastic. Needed a low profile cooler for the Corsair 240 case and this fit the bill. Documentation, website and specs are super clear which made installing an easy process. Fan came with everything you need to install this unit including intel and ryzen bracket, screws for thin and regular fans, thermal paste. Just an FYI if you use this on a smaller board make sure your ram height is no taller than 42mm also if you buy an after market fan for this unit buy a 140mm fan that has 120mm screw position. I've taken off one star because of the price, I think if this was in the 45-50 range it would be a great value. 06/13/18 - After one year this fan is still performing like a champ and would still give it the 4 stars. The performance of the cooler is great still keeps my computer at a level temp and the noise level has not changed meaning its still quiet as day one. Just a note the price has come down a little since I purchased it a year ago and I would say its a good value if your looking for a low profile cooler.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome CPU fan! Ram height requirement no higher than 42mm;;PM;;;Very happy with this CPU cooler, I need a upgrade from my stock AMD cooler. PRO: 1. Small Form Factor 2. Easy to install 3. (depending on your MOBO) Acts as a RAM Cooler. CONS: 1 NO AM4 upgrade in the box, Must the request FREE AM4 upgrade kit from Cryorig (4 weeks shipping). Cryorig never acknowledge or confirm my AM4 request so after waiting for 3week of waiting, i decide to order the AM4 kit from newegg ($5). I received both of them at the same time from the same location. Newegg $5 and 2 days shipping or Cryorig FREE and 4 week shipping without acknowledging your request. 2. 140mm (1300 rpm) slim fan is pretty noisy. Gets the Job done 3. ENSURE YOU MEASURE your RAM height. I'm pretty glad i got the G.Skill RAM, because the Radiator sits right on top of your RAM and not much clearance!.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Very happy with this CPU cooler;;J Day;;;I can game all day and my Ryzen 7 2700 (stock clocks) never gets above 55c, even in a Mini-ITX build. I've done a little HEVC encoding on the CPU and that will get a little warmer, but never much above 60c. The low-profile design is good for showing off the internals of a system, without adding a huge mass into it. It also helps cool off other nearby components. - I specifically wanted this cooler because my M.2 SSD (Samsung 970 Evo NVME) was getting close to 80c - even with the motherboard's included heatsink (Gigabyte B450 ITX). This cooler directs air straight down onto the M.2, along with the RAM & power delivery. Now the drive never gets above 50c. Just a note, I tried mounting this cooler so it would "hang down" instead of the "sideways" mounting it currently sits in. The heat-pipes come off the CPU block and are facing towards the back of my chassis. I would have preferred the pipes on top, and the majority of the cooler overhanging the M.2 drive. However, with my chassis, mounting this cooler to hang down means it's too wide for me to mount a rear case fan. This is no marks off from the cooler itself. Just something to be aware of in tight builds. Although it does hide a the 24pin power socket, so that's kinda nice. And since it overhangs the RAM, clearance "might" be an issue if you use really tall RGB sticks with an ITX motherboard. (I'm using Ballistix Sport LT and have a centimetre or two of headroom.) If you're on mATX or ATX, I don't think RAM clearance would even be an issue. The fan is very quiet and moves a reasonable amount of air. It doesn't have the static pressure of larger fans, but the cooler isn't so restrictive as to need it. And while it is physically a 140mm size, it mounts to 120mm spacing. I did order a separate AM4 adapter kit, but honestly I can't remember if I actually needed it or not.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Ryzen 7 - Works wonderfully - Looks great IMO;;Jordan;;;I did have some issues with the cooler, but those are generally related to how small my case is (NCASE M1) and not the cooler itself. Basically, I could only mount the cooler one direction after removing the white shroud, as every other direction interfered with components or didn't fit inside the case. I could have fit in two directions and used the 140mm fan if my RAM was shorter and I moved my PSU to a different position, but at the end of the day I was able to use the cooler even though I had to swap the included 140mm fan for a 120mm fan. I am going to provide a link to my testing, since it's a lot for a review, but on a stock clocked Ryzen 7 1700, the C1 with a 120mm fan greatly improved on the temperatures over the Wraith Spire I had been using. I only wish I could have tested it with the 140mm fan, but maybe someday when I move components around in my PC I can do so. Temperatures also do change depending on the fan you use, as I tried three different 120mm fans (Scythe 1900 RPM, Arctic F12, Vardar 1850 RPM) and got very different results, even at similar RPM's. I ended up going with the Arctic F12 because it had the best compromise of performance vs noise, while the Scythe would have been used if I didn't care about how loud it was, and the Vardar was just generally disappointing, but I assume that is because it was designed for radiators. At the end of the day, when I ran my Wraith Spire against the C1 w/ 120mm Arctic fan using the method of 10 consecutive Cinebench runs to heat up the CPU, the CPU hit 64c with the fan at 2327 RPM while with the C1/Arctic it hit 55c with the fan at 1259 RPM. (Scythe fan hit 51c at 1662 RPM). Again, I wish I could have tested with the 140mm fans I had, but my case is a pain enough that I didn't feel like pulling the motherboard from the case to do so when I wouldn't be able to use the 140mm fans anyway. Also of note, I requested the AM4 kit from Cryorig the same day I ordered the C1, September 14th. I got the C1 on the 21st and I got the AM4 kit from Cryorig on the 22nd. Here is a link to the full results and the process I went through in an IMGUR album. imgur.com/a/wrgr5rl;;Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works great, depending on your case.;;wiski

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By PM - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2017
Awesome CPU fan! Ram height requirement no higher than 42mm
Majority of builds these days are using water cooled but if your in the market for an CPU cooler thats low profile look no further. Fit and finish of this CPU cooler is awesome - really impressed with what Cryorig offers... this thing really churns out the air and the temps have been fantastic. Needed a low profile cooler for the Corsair 240 case and this fit the bill. Documentation, website and specs are super clear which made installing an easy process. Fan came with everything you need to install this unit including intel and ryzen bracket, screws for thin and regular fans, thermal paste. Just an FYI if you use this on a smaller board make sure your ram height is no taller than 42mm also if you buy an after market fan for this unit buy a 140mm fan that has 120mm screw position. I've taken off one star because of the price, I think if this was in the 45-50 range it would be a great value. 06/13/18 - After one year this fan is still performing like a champ and would still give it the 4 stars. The performance of the cooler is great still keeps my computer at a level temp and the noise level has not changed meaning its still quiet as day one. Just a note the price has come down a little since I purchased it a year ago and I would say its a good value if your looking for a low profile cooler.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By J Day - Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2018
Very happy with this CPU cooler
Very happy with this CPU cooler, I need a upgrade from my stock AMD cooler. PRO: 1. Small Form Factor 2. Easy to install 3. (depending on your MOBO) Acts as a RAM Cooler. CONS: 1 NO AM4 upgrade in the box, Must the request FREE AM4 upgrade kit from Cryorig (4 weeks shipping). Cryorig never acknowledge or confirm my AM4 request so after waiting for 3week of waiting, i decide to order the AM4 kit from newegg ($5). I received both of them at the same time from the same location. Newegg $5 and 2 days shipping or Cryorig FREE and 4 week shipping without acknowledging your request. 2. 140mm (1300 rpm) slim fan is pretty noisy. Gets the Job done 3. ENSURE YOU MEASURE your RAM height. I'm pretty glad i got the G.Skill RAM, because the Radiator sits right on top of your RAM and not much clearance!.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jordan - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020
Ryzen 7 - Works wonderfully - Looks great IMO
I can game all day and my Ryzen 7 2700 (stock clocks) never gets above 55c, even in a Mini-ITX build. I've done a little HEVC encoding on the CPU and that will get a little warmer, but never much above 60c. The low-profile design is good for showing off the internals of a system, without adding a huge mass into it. It also helps cool off other nearby components. - I specifically wanted this cooler because my M.2 SSD (Samsung 970 Evo NVME) was getting close to 80c - even with the motherboard's included heatsink (Gigabyte B450 ITX). This cooler directs air straight down onto the M.2, along with the RAM & power delivery. Now the drive never gets above 50c. Just a note, I tried mounting this cooler so it would "hang down" instead of the "sideways" mounting it currently sits in. The heat-pipes come off the CPU block and are facing towards the back of my chassis. I would have preferred the pipes on top, and the majority of the cooler overhanging the M.2 drive. However, with my chassis, mounting this cooler to hang down means it's too wide for me to mount a rear case fan. This is no marks off from the cooler itself. Just something to be aware of in tight builds. Although it does hide a the 24pin power socket, so that's kinda nice. And since it overhangs the RAM, clearance "might" be an issue if you use really tall RGB sticks with an ITX motherboard. (I'm using Ballistix Sport LT and have a centimetre or two of headroom.) If you're on mATX or ATX, I don't think RAM clearance would even be an issue. The fan is very quiet and moves a reasonable amount of air. It doesn't have the static pressure of larger fans, but the cooler isn't so restrictive as to need it. And while it is physically a 140mm size, it mounts to 120mm spacing. I did order a separate AM4 adapter kit, but honestly I can't remember if I actually needed it or not.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By wiski - Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
Works great, depending on your case.
I did have some issues with the cooler, but those are generally related to how small my case is (NCASE M1) and not the cooler itself. Basically, I could only mount the cooler one direction after removing the white shroud, as every other direction interfered with components or didn't fit inside the case. I could have fit in two directions and used the 140mm fan if my RAM was shorter and I moved my PSU to a different position, but at the end of the day I was able to use the cooler even though I had to swap the included 140mm fan for a 120mm fan. I am going to provide a link to my testing, since it's a lot for a review, but on a stock clocked Ryzen 7 1700, the C1 with a 120mm fan greatly improved on the temperatures over the Wraith Spire I had been using. I only wish I could have tested it with the 140mm fan, but maybe someday when I move components around in my PC I can do so. Temperatures also do change depending on the fan you use, as I tried three different 120mm fans (Scythe 1900 RPM, Arctic F12, Vardar 1850 RPM) and got very different results, even at similar RPM's. I ended up going with the Arctic F12 because it had the best compromise of performance vs noise, while the Scythe would have been used if I didn't care about how loud it was, and the Vardar was just generally disappointing, but I assume that is because it was designed for radiators. At the end of the day, when I ran my Wraith Spire against the C1 w/ 120mm Arctic fan using the method of 10 consecutive Cinebench runs to heat up the CPU, the CPU hit 64c with the fan at 2327 RPM while with the C1/Arctic it hit 55c with the fan at 1259 RPM. (Scythe fan hit 51c at 1662 RPM). Again, I wish I could have tested with the 140mm fans I had, but my case is a pain enough that I didn't feel like pulling the motherboard from the case to do so when I wouldn't be able to use the 140mm fans anyway. Also of note, I requested the AM4 kit from Cryorig the same day I ordered the C1, September 14th. I got the C1 on the 21st and I got the AM4 kit from Cryorig on the 22nd. Here is a link to the full results and the process I went through in an IMGUR album. imgur.com/a/wrgr5rl

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By PM - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2017
Awesome CPU fan! Ram height requirement no higher than 42mm
Majority of builds these days are using water cooled but if your in the market for an CPU cooler thats low profile look no further. Fit and finish of this CPU cooler is awesome - really impressed with what Cryorig offers... this thing really churns out the air and the temps have been fantastic. Needed a low profile cooler for the Corsair 240 case and this fit the bill. Documentation, website and specs are super clear which made installing an easy process. Fan came with everything you need to install this unit including intel and ryzen bracket, screws for thin and regular fans, thermal paste. Just an FYI if you use this on a smaller board make sure your ram height is no taller than 42mm also if you buy an after market fan for this unit buy a 140mm fan that has 120mm screw position. I've taken off one star because of the price, I think if this was in the 45-50 range it would be a great value. 06/13/18 - After one year this fan is still performing like a champ and would still give it the 4 stars. The performance of the cooler is great still keeps my computer at a level temp and the noise level has not changed meaning its still quiet as day one. Just a note the price has come down a little since I purchased it a year ago and I would say its a good value if your looking for a low profile cooler.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By J Day - Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2018
Very happy with this CPU cooler
Very happy with this CPU cooler, I need a upgrade from my stock AMD cooler. PRO: 1. Small Form Factor 2. Easy to install 3. (depending on your MOBO) Acts as a RAM Cooler. CONS: 1 NO AM4 upgrade in the box, Must the request FREE AM4 upgrade kit from Cryorig (4 weeks shipping). Cryorig never acknowledge or confirm my AM4 request so after waiting for 3week of waiting, i decide to order the AM4 kit from newegg ($5). I received both of them at the same time from the same location. Newegg $5 and 2 days shipping or Cryorig FREE and 4 week shipping without acknowledging your request. 2. 140mm (1300 rpm) slim fan is pretty noisy. Gets the Job done 3. ENSURE YOU MEASURE your RAM height. I'm pretty glad i got the G.Skill RAM, because the Radiator sits right on top of your RAM and not much clearance!.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jordan - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020
Ryzen 7 - Works wonderfully - Looks great IMO
I can game all day and my Ryzen 7 2700 (stock clocks) never gets above 55c, even in a Mini-ITX build. I've done a little HEVC encoding on the CPU and that will get a little warmer, but never much above 60c. The low-profile design is good for showing off the internals of a system, without adding a huge mass into it. It also helps cool off other nearby components. - I specifically wanted this cooler because my M.2 SSD (Samsung 970 Evo NVME) was getting close to 80c - even with the motherboard's included heatsink (Gigabyte B450 ITX). This cooler directs air straight down onto the M.2, along with the RAM & power delivery. Now the drive never gets above 50c. Just a note, I tried mounting this cooler so it would "hang down" instead of the "sideways" mounting it currently sits in. The heat-pipes come off the CPU block and are facing towards the back of my chassis. I would have preferred the pipes on top, and the majority of the cooler overhanging the M.2 drive. However, with my chassis, mounting this cooler to hang down means it's too wide for me to mount a rear case fan. This is no marks off from the cooler itself. Just something to be aware of in tight builds. Although it does hide a the 24pin power socket, so that's kinda nice. And since it overhangs the RAM, clearance "might" be an issue if you use really tall RGB sticks with an ITX motherboard. (I'm using Ballistix Sport LT and have a centimetre or two of headroom.) If you're on mATX or ATX, I don't think RAM clearance would even be an issue. The fan is very quiet and moves a reasonable amount of air. It doesn't have the static pressure of larger fans, but the cooler isn't so restrictive as to need it. And while it is physically a 140mm size, it mounts to 120mm spacing. I did order a separate AM4 adapter kit, but honestly I can't remember if I actually needed it or not.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By wiski - Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
Works great, depending on your case.
I did have some issues with the cooler, but those are generally related to how small my case is (NCASE M1) and not the cooler itself. Basically, I could only mount the cooler one direction after removing the white shroud, as every other direction interfered with components or didn't fit inside the case. I could have fit in two directions and used the 140mm fan if my RAM was shorter and I moved my PSU to a different position, but at the end of the day I was able to use the cooler even though I had to swap the included 140mm fan for a 120mm fan. I am going to provide a link to my testing, since it's a lot for a review, but on a stock clocked Ryzen 7 1700, the C1 with a 120mm fan greatly improved on the temperatures over the Wraith Spire I had been using. I only wish I could have tested it with the 140mm fan, but maybe someday when I move components around in my PC I can do so. Temperatures also do change depending on the fan you use, as I tried three different 120mm fans (Scythe 1900 RPM, Arctic F12, Vardar 1850 RPM) and got very different results, even at similar RPM's. I ended up going with the Arctic F12 because it had the best compromise of performance vs noise, while the Scythe would have been used if I didn't care about how loud it was, and the Vardar was just generally disappointing, but I assume that is because it was designed for radiators. At the end of the day, when I ran my Wraith Spire against the C1 w/ 120mm Arctic fan using the method of 10 consecutive Cinebench runs to heat up the CPU, the CPU hit 64c with the fan at 2327 RPM while with the C1/Arctic it hit 55c with the fan at 1259 RPM. (Scythe fan hit 51c at 1662 RPM). Again, I wish I could have tested with the 140mm fans I had, but my case is a pain enough that I didn't feel like pulling the motherboard from the case to do so when I wouldn't be able to use the 140mm fans anyway. Also of note, I requested the AM4 kit from Cryorig the same day I ordered the C1, September 14th. I got the C1 on the 21st and I got the AM4 kit from Cryorig on the 22nd. Here is a link to the full results and the process I went through in an IMGUR album. imgur.com/a/wrgr5rl