Wednesday, September 24th 2014

Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

Announcing the Raijintek Triton, the first AIO liquid cooling system added to the Raijintek range of products. With several years of experience in liquid cooling product development, Raijintek have completed the concept of the best performing all-in-one CPU cooler for enthusiasts.

The Raijintek Triton uses a copper water block with a completely new design using a micro channel system with extra large contact fin surfaces and two flow channels giving the best route of liquid flow design. The Triton AIO pump is brand new and exclusive design with a high Q-Max and low dBA combined through a reservoir tank designed with two LED lights inside for the visual aspect and easy refillable locations.

Not only the pump and water block are based on a new design, but also the radiator architecture which uses a high density 240mm fin design to keep cooling at a maximum, included with a RPM fan controller for the included Raijintek fans specifically designed for the AIO cooler.

Compatible with all modern sockets, by Intel and AMD along with an easy installation process that is very user friendly, suitable for enthusiasts, gamers and casual users. The AIO cooler contains clear liquid which is non-conductive pre-filled in the tubes, with additional bottles of dye if the user prefers to go for a different look or feel choosing from green, red or blue fluid.



For more information, and to purchase, visit this page.
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20 Comments on Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

#1
buildzoid
Good to see something new in the AIO CLC space
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#3
bogami
Regardless of the extremely well constructed system that is based on the aluminum radiator and a copper block and that they do not like each other.Required obligatory use of cooling liquids that do not cause corrosion these materials .But if you add distilled water to plug the slots on the block in a few days .Upgrade option is thus reduced to a minimum or completely replace the radiators for cooling beauty solution tank pump and block , which is expensive .:shadedshu:
How can someone so fucks up a good solution for a little more profit !:wtf:
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#4
buildzoid
bogami said:
Regardless of the extremely well constructed system that is based on the aluminum radiator and a copper block and that they do not like each other.Required obligatory use of cooling liquids that do not cause corrosion these materials .But if you add distilled water to plug the slots on the block in a few days .Upgrade option is thus reduced to a minimum or completely replace the radiators for cooling beauty solution tank pump and block , which is expensive .:shadedshu:
How can someone so fucks up a good solution for a little more profit !:wtf:
Wait the radiator is made of aluminium? Where does it say so?
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#7
XSI
"Die RaiJintek Triton wird vorraussichtlich ab Ende November für einen Preis von 79,90 Euro"

This will be available end of November for 79,90 EUR.

Like design and color, but price is kind of high (for me at least)
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#8
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
VulkanBros said:
Material: 100% Alu radiator / 100% Copper Cold Plate

http://www.techpowerup.com/img/14-09-24/124a.jpg
And yet the copper cold plate is silver? Their spec sheet isn't entirely accurate. I assume it's acetal/nickel plated to prevent corrosion.
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#9
Animalpak
The pump is the same that you find in Coolermaster Eisberg series.

Alphacool DC-LT pump.

Is a little pump is cheap and noisy. this time they have submerged or placed at the center of the enclosure they saved a bit of noise t

The overall product looks cheap and i personally dont like it.

My advice is to go with any other brands like Antec, Cooler Master or Zalman AIO solutions.

As someone who has mentioned innovation, I have to contradict that there is no innovation in the AIO already for several months I would say almost 1 year.

Nobody produce new types of waterblocks/pumps, the market is stalling.
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#10
bogami
buildzoid said:
Wait the radiator is made of aluminium? Where does it say so?
alu 100% coper 100% .check agen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#11
Franzen4Real
Animalpak said:


As someone who has mentioned innovation, I have to contradict that there is no innovation in the AIO already for several months I would say almost 1 year.

Nobody produce new types of waterblocks/pumps, the market is stalling.
I would agree except for Swiftech's H220X. I am holding off on all AIO's for my X99 build until their 280mm version comes out hopefully at the end of this month.
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#12
dlpatague
It doesn't matter that the radiator is aluminum and that the block is copper. The block is nickel plated (that is why it is silver) so there is no risk of corrosion. This is what most all manufactures do to their blocks because they almost always use copper and just nickel plate the blocks.
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#13
buildzoid
dlpatague said:
It doesn't matter that the radiator is aluminum and that the block is copper. The block is nickel plated (that is why it is silver) so there is no risk of corrosion. This is what most all manufactures do to their blocks because they almost always use copper and just nickel plate the blocks.
It's a problem for anyone who wants to expand the loop.
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#14
Nabarun
dlpatague said:
It doesn't matter that the radiator is aluminum and that the block is copper. The block is nickel plated (that is why it is silver) so there is no risk of corrosion. This is what most all manufactures do to their blocks because they almost always use copper and just nickel plate the blocks.
We're not criticizing the block. The Al rad is the downer. And @ 2600+rpm/36.6dba the fans are quite loud. A copper rad would allow the fans to run quieter. The fans on the H220 have a max speed of ~1800 rpm.
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#15
crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
Hopefully I get one of these in for review.
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#16
Pholostan
Do they have an agreement with Asetek? Otherwise they might expect to be sued.
Animalpak said:
Alphacool DC-LT pump.

Is a little pump is cheap and noisy.
It kinda looks like it both on the outside and specs-wise. And I agree, the DC-LT is not a good pump, gets beat by Switechs in-house pump every day of the week. I have run a Swiftech H220 on a 4820K and R9 290 both overclocked no problem. I wonder if they have an agreement with Asetek? They will get threatened/sued otherwise.
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#17
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Am I reading it right? Even though the photos make it look like everything is colored, really the tubing and pump is clear, and only the fluid is dyed?
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#18
suraswami
Nice!! Now I will really know there is liquid in that cooler ha ha.
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#19
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
bogami said:
alu 100% coper 100% .check agen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Check your spelling and grammar again.
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