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Old 2nd Dec 2013, 12:24   #1
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Cooling start-up Cryorig announces first product

Trademarks a-plenty in the R1 heatsink.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...2/cryorig-r1/1
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Old 2nd Dec 2013, 12:39   #2
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They even pinched the Crytek color scheme!
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They even pinched the Crytek color scheme!
...or they got it from a basic colour wheel, or the yRGB format. Cryorig R1 Ulitmate is damn silly name mind. Sounds like release 1 of the ultimate, that's not very ultimate.
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Lets throw some noncense TM statements: DirectCompress, Heatpipe convex-align, Jet Fin Acceleration System, Heatsink Displacement Optimization, High Precision Low Noise HPLN, MultiSeg...

they must have hired an ex Monster Cable creative advertising guy too.
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Or maybe they plan on making more money from patent infringements than selling products.
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High Precision Low Noise (HPLN) sleeve bearings
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Unless they're aiming for low-mid market, sleeve bearings aren't anything I'd be mentioning. Maybe they should have skipped some of the brainstorming sessions to come up with names for their Fancy Trademarked Technology™ and gotten about sourcing some ball bearing fans?

The more marketing speak I see from a company, the lower my expectations get. Given this versus a company that gives the equivalent of "they're heatpipes, what do you want from me?", I'll go with the latter every single time. Or at least show what you can do before your marketing guys leave a trail of slimy sales-grease all down my monitor.
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If your looking for low noise sleeve bearings are preferable as ball bearing fans tend to exhibit a little more noise.
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