Tuesday, October 6th 2015

Raijintek Atlantis Line of DIY Watercooling Products Now Available

Raijintek Atlantis line of DIY water-cooling products are now available with Overclockers UK, among the first retailers to stock a range of watercooling products from Raijintek for the user to build their very own watercooling loop, cooling the processor, graphics card and memory. Starting with the waterblocks in the Raijintek Atlantis range, there are three; the CPU, GPU and VRM (CWB-C1, GWB-C1 and VWB-C1) waterblocks. All designed to fit the latest generation platforms from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA. These blocks are user friendly for installation and can easily be fitted to the user's hardware.

The waterblocks are copper, melted by alloying brazing and nickel plated then finished off with mirror polishing treatment. The waterblocks have a 3D micro-structure flow tunnel inside enabling the coolant from the cold plate to heat up accordingly and sufficiently to transfer the heat extremely well. The thread type on the waterblocks are 1/4 thread, the standard thread allowing users to upgrade their watercooling system easily.
The Raijintek superior pump is the RAI-PM5, a high level solution for enthusiast and PC builders to create a great watercooling system. The pump features a super flow discharge of 480 L/H and head-lift of 15 feet at a maximum speed, giving the loop a great flow rate. The RAI-RM5 also operates steadily and silently, and also comes with a support bracket providing users a sturdy, reliable and friendly installation.

The tube reservoir, RAI-R10 (10CM tall) is made from high quality Polyocymethylene and Polymethylmethacrylate, a thermoplastic that is durable with excellent dimensional stability. The reservoir is also light-weight and has a waterfall design inside, the unit also comes with many anodised options, from black, red, blue and gold. There is also the RAI-R20 (20cm tall) that is designed for those who want a larger reservoir in their system.

The RAITUBO-T3 is 200cm in length of watercooling tubing, manufactured from medical grade PVC material, and designed for resisting twisting and collapsing allowing for tighter bends without kinking. With 3/8" barbs and compression fittings, the Raijintek tubing gives users better mounting and easier fitting and an ideal flow.

For more information and to purchase, visit this page.
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13 Comments on Raijintek Atlantis Line of DIY Watercooling Products Now Available

#1
Dammeron
Wow, that GPU block... "Oldschool" doesn't even cut it. :p
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buildzoid
That CPU block looks a lot like a Watercool Heatkiller. The GPU block better be cheap if it looks like that.
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#3
awesomesauce
buildzoid
That CPU block looks a lot like a Watercool Heatkiller. The GPU block better be cheap if it looks like that.
Raijintek GWB-C1 VGA Water Block - Universal (Pre-order) £36.95
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#4
buildzoid
awesomesauce
Raijintek GWB-C1 VGA Water Block - Universal (Pre-order) £36.95
Well that's a terrible price the EK supremacy only cost a little more and looks much much better.
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#6
vega22
buildzoid
That CPU block looks a lot like a Watercool Heatkiller. The GPU block better be cheap if it looks like that.
and thermaltake all seem to be using the same oem.
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#9
KarymidoN
the54thvoid
Did that leak onto your gfx PCB? Ouch.
Yes, I almost had a heart attack.

Retell
Hey KarymidoN,

What did you replace it with?
I sent the product back to the store and asked refund, I will buy another brand, Raijintek: Never Again. This could have damaged my GPU.
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#10
Chloe Price
If the quality is MUCH better than that crap Triton, then there may be a place for these. Looks good at least, and damn the looks of the GPU block :toast:
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#11
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
KarymidoN
I sent the product back to the store and asked refund, I will buy another brand, Raijintek: Never Again. This could have damaged my GPU.
To be fair though, it could happen to any brand.
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Chloe Price
Frick
To be fair though, it could happen to any brand.
Yep, I've seen some posts in Finnish hardware forum where Corsair H100i:s out/inlet plastic wrappings have been cracking.
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#13
KarymidoN
Frick
To be fair though, it could happen to any brand.
9700 Pro
Yep, I've seen some posts in Finnish hardware forum where Corsair H100i:s out/inlet plastic wrappings have been cracking.
Well, I researched on some hardware groups here in Brazil, I was not the only one with a Raijintek Triton to have this problem.
I know that manufacturing problems can happen with everything we buy (cell phones, televisions, etc.) but I always used watercoolers (since 2012), my first was a H100, then bought a Seidom 240m, the two are still working to this day (I sold them to some friends), before purchasing the Triton I looked for reviews, testing, performance, etc. everything seemed OK. but for being a product launch they had no reports of problems like I had. On the contrary, the people have recommended Raijintek because of the good quality of its Aircoolers.
Now, a few months after launch, I found 03 cases of problems like mine, and this product was launched just two months ago in Brazil.

Edit: I used my Triton for less than a month.
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