The Cryorig H7 ships in a stylish black box, with a large photo of the air cooler being visible from the front.
Inside, all the installation hardware is supplied in labelled bags, and this is something I love to see – it just makes installation so much easier if you know exactly which screw or which washer is required.
The manual is comprehensive and straight-forward, although Cryorig have done something pretty helpful here: every step of the installation process has its own QR code. Scanning the code from your phone will take you to a video demonstration of how to complete that particular step. This is great for beginners, or even experienced users, who may get stuck while installing the H7.
After that, all that is left is the cooler itself.
The H7 ships with the fan pre-installed, so there is no need to faff about with the wire clips here. It is also a modestly-sized cooler, measuring just 145mm tall and 98mm long (front to back), including the fan.
That being said, I do think the H7 is very good-looking – it has a svelte black top, while the heatpipes have also been covered to make sure there is no unsightly copper on-show. The QF120 fan also has a small splash of colour around the middle which adds some interest to an otherwise monochrome cooler.