Wednesday, January 29th 2014

Raijintek Unveils the RHEA CPU Cooler

Raijintek has today announced its newest cooling solution, a budget CPU cooler called RHEA. Measuring 93 (W) x59 (D) x 118 (H) mm, the cooler features an aluminum heatsink with three 6 mm direct contact copper heatpipes, and is equipped with one 92 mm Sleeve Bearing PWM fan that runs at 800 to 2200 RPM and has a maximum sound output of 27.9 dBA.

RHEA includes support for Intel LGA 1150/1155/1156 processors. No word yet on pricing.
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2 Comments on Raijintek Unveils the RHEA CPU Cooler

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Mathragh
No support for AMD sockets then?
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GreiverBlade
by: Mathragh
No support for AMD sockets then?
just take a Hyper TX3 Evo from cooler master ... they include a AMD mounting.

after comparison of the other Raijintek cooler ... here come the "CM hyper TX3 Evo" copycat without even a modification .... and with a slightly worse fan holding.

Well i hope the RHEA is AMD compatible because the TX3 is, since they share the same base (and the rest)

wait the Hyper TX3 Evo copy was the Themis... oh it's not a HDT
by: GreiverBlade
thinking of it: every cooler from Raijintek look like another one from another brand

Aidos : CM Hyper 212s
Themis : CM hyper Tx3 Evo
Ereboss: TR HR-02 Macho Rev.A
Pallas: TR AXP100-200
Zelos: Tt ISGC 100 (without the looping heatpipe and the space between the base and the top part)
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