Tuesday, December 5th 2017

Raijintek Intros MYA RBW CPU Cooler

Raijintek today introduced the MYA RBW, a large aluminium fin tower-type CPU cooler with addressable RGB embellishments. The cooler was first shown off at Computex 2018. Its design involves a heavy aluminium fin-stack with ridged fins that have increased surface area over flat fins, capped off by a composite top, with a silicone RGB LED diffuser, and a brushed metal top-plate. Heat drawn by six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes pass through the fin-stack.

At the base, these heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU. A 13 mm-thick slimline hydraulic bearing 120 mm fan compensates for the fin-stack's thickness, as does the vertical offset in the fin-stack itself, freeing up room near your motherboard's memory slot area. The fan spins between 200 to 1,400 RPM, pushing up to 41.71 CFM of air and a 28.43 dBA minimum noise level. Measuring 130 mm x 86 mm x 163 mm (WxDxH), the cooler weighs about 925 g, including the fan. Among the CPU sockets supported are Intel LGA2066, LGA115x, and AM4. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on Raijintek Intros MYA RBW CPU Cooler

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SN2716057
I wonder if the slim fan will reduce the cooling effect..
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micropage7
actually looks good but i'm gonna turn the led off
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SDR82
The Phanteks PH-TC14PE is a far better option. The thickness of the heatpipes is more important than the quantity. Phanteks 8mm vs 6mm pipes for the Raijintek. Add on that you get 78CFM fans (x2) that produce only 19dBA each on the Phanteks + a 5 year warranty....it's a no-brainer.
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Sp33d Junki3
SDR82 said:
The Phanteks PH-TC14PE is a far better option. The thickness of the heatpipes is more important than the quantity. Phanteks 8mm vs 6mm pipes for the Raijintek. Add on that you get 78CFM fans (x2) that produce only 19dBA each on the Phanteks + a 5 year warranty....it's a no-brainer.
Not true in most cases. You are comparing a dual tower PH-TC14PE which is different heatsink to this.
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bonehead123
SN2716057 said:
I wonder if the slim fan will reduce the cooling effect..
Maybe, maybe not. Just depends on how efficient their blade design is, and whether it can compensate for the thinness of the enclosure.

It would also depend on what cpu you are trying to cool, at what voltage and at what speed too....

You could always try it, and replace the stock fan with something beefier if not satisfied :)
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SN2716057
bonehead123 said:
Maybe, maybe not. Just depends on how efficient their blade design is, and whether it can compensate for the thinness of the enclosure.

It would also depend on what cpu you are trying to cool, at what voltage and at what speed too....

You could always try it, and replace the stock fan with something beefier if not satisfied :)
I could buy the Noctua NF-A12x15 and place it on my Gelid Phantom and compare that to the NF-A12x25.
Couple of cpu benchmarks and boom, results ;)
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Sp33d Junki3
SN2716057 said:
I wonder if the slim fan will reduce the cooling effect..
Does not really affect it too much. How the fan blades are designed.
Have Cryorig C1 that came with slim 140mm fan. I used exact same fan, standard thickness 25mm. The temps were maybe 1c difference on average.
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SN2716057
Sp33d Junki3 said:
Does not really affect it too much. How the fan blades are designed.
Have Cryorig C1 that came with slim 140mm fan. I used exact same fan, standard thickness 25mm. The temps were maybe 1c difference on average.
Yep, just tested that. Used 2x Noctua NF-A12x25 on a Gelid Phantom and later 2x NF-A12x15's, both tested with Cinebench R15, and the difference on load was indeed just 1C. No audible difference either.
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