[SFFTEC] Cryorig C7 Plus: Silent/high-performance CPU cooler

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Silent/high-performance CPU cooler

Heatsink Specifications:
Dimension (with fan): L97mm x W97mm x H47mm
Weight (with fan): 357g
Weight (without fan): 295g
Heat pipes: 6mm heatpipe x 4 units
Fin: T= 0.4mm; Gap= 1.2mm
Fin Pcs: 57pcs
Copper Base: C1100 Pure copper nickel plated
RAM Height Limit: Limitless
TDP: 100-125W
Motherboard Compatibility: 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156
FM1, FM2/+, AM2/+, AM3/+, AM4
What's included: 1* C7 (Graphene Coated), 1* X-Bar™ Backplate, 4* Screw Pillars, 4* Hex Nut, 4*Washer, 1* CP-7, 1* Screw Driver, 1* Installation Guide

Fan Specifications:
Voltage: 12V
Current: 0.45A
Actual current: 0.35A
Speed: 4000RPM +-10%
Wind pressure: 3.6mmH2O
Air volume: 64CFM
Noise: 35dBA
Supported motherboard pwm speed regulation: 800-4000rpm

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Available at: https://www.sfftec.com/shop
 
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rcradiator

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Nice cooler, although it's a bit on the steep side at $80 for both cooler and aftermarket fan. Most users will want to gravitate towards the NF-A9x14 now that the Chromax version exists, so the fan bundle might be of lesser value to someone who's already going for the Noctua fan. It might be a good idea to offer just the cooler for $65 considering its predecessor the C7CU sold for roughly $60.

Just a question, but is this new storefront part of the SFFLAB redesign where it acts as a hub for various stores?
 

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Nice cooler, although it's a bit on the steep side at $80 for both cooler and aftermarket fan. Most users will want to gravitate towards the NF-A9x14 now that the Chromax version exists, so the fan bundle might be of lesser value to someone who's already going for the Noctua fan. It might be a good idea to offer just the cooler for $65 considering its predecessor the C7CU sold for roughly $60.

Just a question, but is this new storefront part of the SFFLAB redesign where it acts as a hub for various stores?
I agree the price is a bit high, but you can't buy the C7G easily right now (cheapest I found is $159 on Amazon, wtf). I guess it might be short on stock, I'm not sure.
Also, this fan is very good, and comparable to Noctua NF-A9x14 in my opinion, both in noise and efficiency.
And no, we're not related to SFFLAB.
 
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MarcParis

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Nice to see this option on c7g that is difficult to find, especially in EU.
Please could you confirm that this variant is coming with metallic fan clip? I always hated plastic on standard c7.
Edit : do fan clip accept 25mm thick fan somehow?
 

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Please could you confirm that this variant is coming with metallic fan clip? I always hated plastic on standard c7.
Edit : do fan clip accept 25mm thick fan somehow?
It does come with a universal metalic clip from Cryorig, where you can fit most 90/92mm fans up to 25mm thickness (check 1st pic)
 

MarcParis

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It does come with a universal metalic clip from Cryorig, where you can fit most 90/92mm fans up to 25mm thickness (check 1st pic)
That’s great news. What payment method do you accept please?
 

MarcParis

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Ok as several other customers of SFFTEC, I received properly my C7G "Graphene" edition.

My only concern is lack of communication of SFFTEC, especially as I tried to cancel my order, in vain.

At the end, it is finished well. I hope SFFTEC will improve its communication, because they are proposing interesting products, pretty hard to get otherwise.
 

MarcParis

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OK just got fooled by this buyer.

On initial release, it was clearly written C7G (graphene version, with best evidence on weight 600g of cu or graphene version) + XT90 fan.

Finally I just got this back painted standard C7 with noname fan.
This e-seller didn't respect 4 requests of order cancellation.

AVOID THIS E-SELLER!
 
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ignsvn

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Always sad to see a deal went sour. Perhaps both parties can share both sides of the story in a civilized way..
 

MarcParis

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SFFTEC updated their product description and now it seems inline to what I received (standard C7 + noname fan spinning at 4k rpm).
My issue is that I've ordered (back to december) a C7 graphene (basically cu fins covered by graphene, weights around 600g) whereas I receive standard C7 with aluminium fins painted in black (weight around 300g)...BIG difference.

Anyway I lost enough time with e-seller already. Refund was asked, let's see.
 
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I'll leave that here .... below is the original listing (with original pics) as of 2020-01-24 :

Heatsink weight modifications, fan model modication, pics changed ....

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Heatsink Specifications:
Dimension (with fan): 97mm(L)*97mm(W)*47mm(H)
Heat pipes: 6mm heatpipe * 4 units
Fin: T=0.4mm; Gap=1.2mm
Fin Pcs: 57 pcs
Copper Base: C1100 Pure copper nickel plated
RAM Height Limit: Limitless
TDP: 125W
Weight (with fan): approximately 700g
Weight (without fan): approximately 600g
Motherboard Compatibility: 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156
FM1, FM2/+, AM2/+, AM3/+, AM4
What's included: 1* C7G, 1* X-Bar™ Backplate, 4* Screw Pillars, 4* Hex Nut, 4*Washer, 1* CP-7, 1* Screw Driver, 4* Acoustic Vibration Absorbers, 1* Installation Guide

Fan Specifications:
Dimension: 92mm(L)*92mm(W)*15mm(H)
Rated Speed: 600~2250RPM ±10%
Noise Level: 30.0dBA
Air Flow: 40.5CFM
Air Pressure: 2.8mmH2O
Ampere (A): 0.2A
Weight: approximately 100g
What's included: 1* QT90 2250RPM, 1* Molex Adapter, 4* Installation Screw

Pictures:


Available at: https://www.sfftec.com/shop
 
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@SFFTEC Please answer the above concerns regarding the bait+switch. We encourage open and clear discourse in regards to any concerns raised with vendors on this forum. I expect an answer to the above by 20 Feb 2020 or I will take further action.
 

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I'll leave that here .... below is the original listing (with original pics) as of 2020-01-24 :

Heatsink weight modifications, fan model modication, pics changed ....

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Heatsink Specifications:
Dimension (with fan): 97mm(L)*97mm(W)*47mm(H)
Heat pipes: 6mm heatpipe * 4 units
Fin: T=0.4mm; Gap=1.2mm
Fin Pcs: 57 pcs
Copper Base: C1100 Pure copper nickel plated
RAM Height Limit: Limitless
TDP: 125W
Weight (with fan): approximately 700g
Weight (without fan): approximately 600g
Motherboard Compatibility: 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156
FM1, FM2/+, AM2/+, AM3/+, AM4
What's included: 1* C7G, 1* X-Bar™ Backplate, 4* Screw Pillars, 4* Hex Nut, 4*Washer, 1* CP-7, 1* Screw Driver, 4* Acoustic Vibration Absorbers, 1* Installation Guide

Fan Specifications:
Dimension: 92mm(L)*92mm(W)*15mm(H)
Rated Speed: 600~2250RPM ±10%
Noise Level: 30.0dBA
Air Flow: 40.5CFM
Air Pressure: 2.8mmH2O
Ampere (A): 0.2A
Weight: approximately 100g
What's included: 1* QT90 2250RPM, 1* Molex Adapter, 4* Installation Screw

Pictures:


Available at: https://www.sfftec.com/shop
@SFFTEC Please answer the above concerns regarding the bait+switch. We encourage open and clear discourse in regards to any concerns raised with vendors on this forum. I expect an answer to the above by 20 Feb 2020 or I will take further action.
I discussed a lot this week end with Bernardo/SFFTEC.
Here is conclusion :
  • Ok there is clearly a misleading description moving from C7 cu model + graphene coating with XT-90 (pwm 2500rpm) to Standard C7 with graphene coating + name PWM fan 4000rpm. Ok now website is completely up to date. I received this "cryorig C7 plus" and I can say description is accurate to actual product
  • What about performance gap? Well I decided to test it on my main setup with R7 3800X inside Cerberus-X
  • I received some partial refund from SFFTEC as compensation

Globally you can close my complain and I will keep you informed about testing.

Thanks in advance for your strong support
 
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Majestic

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So @SFFTEC is this the C7G that is graphene coated copper or something else? I've been following this product for awhile and I thought this was the copper + graphene version. I will contact you to cancel my order.