Tuesday, March 12th 2019

Raijintek Outs Teos 240A RBW Radiator with Addressable RGB Lighting

Raijintek today rolled out the Teos 240A RBW DIY liquid-cooling radiator. Built in the 240 mm x 120 mm form-factor supporting up to four 120 mm fans (two on either side), the radiator combines copper fins with copper tubes, and takes in standard G 1/4" fittings. With 14 fins-per-inch, this radiator offers high surface area for heat dissipation. The frame of the radiator is made of steel, and the longer sides of it feature addressable RGB LED illumination through acrylic diffusers. Raijintek is including two extra rubber inserts so you could etch your own design like clan logo onto it. The diffusers take in 3-pin ARGB inputs. Measuring 273 mm x 120 mm x 27 mm (LxWxH), the Teos 240A RBW weighs 571 g. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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7 Comments on Raijintek Outs Teos 240A RBW Radiator with Addressable RGB Lighting

#2
ixi
It is happening xD
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Mussels
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I can taste rainbows
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#4
Caring1
Must have glass case to display all the RGB's ….. :rolleyes:
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#5
yakk
That's barely any RGB, but at least it's a start.

Goal is for my rig to light the entire room, no extra lights needed. We are getting there!
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ypsylon
Next big thing will be RGB plasma coolant. Nothing more left to "RGBidize".

I don't get it how people stick with this stuff. It's so annoying and irritating. Oh well...
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Mussels
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ypsylon said:
Next big thing will be RGB plasma coolant. Nothing more left to "RGBidize".

I don't get it how people stick with this stuff. It's so annoying and irritating. Oh well...
people like me use it to set static colours. one day/week i may want red, the next blue, and so on. Not everyone leaves it on rainbow.
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