Tuesday, February 25th 2020

Raijintek Unveils Antila D5 EVO RBW Pump+Reservoir

Raijintek today unveiled the Antil D5 EVO RBW, a contraption that combines a reservoir with a pump into a single device. It features an aluminium frame, POM acetal ends for the reservoir, and a 6 mm-thick tempered glass cylindrical reservoir. Fittings are mounted along either ends of the reservoir. Addressable RGB LED strips line the inner sides of the aluminium frame. The bottom end houses the pump unit.

The unit measures 305 mm x 95 mm x 80 mm (HxWxD), with brackets included that let you orient it in two ways (standing or sideways). The pump unit features a ceramic bearing motor (50,000-hour MTBF), offers 1,500 l/h discharge rate, and 4 m head, with 50 psi maximum pressure. Although it takes in 4-pin Molex, the pump has five speeds - 1,800 RPM, 2,500 RPM, 3,300 RPM, 4,000 RPM, and 4,800 RPM. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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5 Comments on Raijintek Unveils Antila D5 EVO RBW Pump+Reservoir

#1
Daisho11
Looks like a pretty decent reservoir. I like the acetal corners that kinda help protect the cylinder. Just need to disable the stupid RGB LEDs.
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#2
Arcdar
I have to say I love the "clean" look of it - and also, like said above, how the "Corners" were integrated. The Overall design actually Looks pleasing - and wouldn't look too bad in my Lian-Li Razer-ED --- if I could link the LED's in this one to the Razer-SW :D ……. yeah. A man is allowed to Dream that one day all LED's will just be LED's and you get whatever Controller you feel the most comfortable with / suites you Needs the best instead all of those bullshit single-weareall-ecosystems ((Every day I use my PC I Question if I shouldn't replace my Corsair LL's as the "awesome" commander-pro is actually not as nice to use as Razer's Version and there is just no way of live-syncing them…. I can sync them once they are set to a specific Color/layout, but as soon as Razer goes into "gaming-mode" chaning Case/Keyboard/Mouse to fit the game I Play the Corsair Colors stay the way they are synced for "desctop use" *sigh*)).

But in General -- love the design and would actually be interested in seing the build-quality….. so yes, actually tempted by this one :)



oh also - it would be nice to have a link at least to the product-page / the Company page (e.g. something like a reference / source list ;) ) in this article.
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#3
claster17
Looks like a sleeker Heatkiller Tube from Watercool.
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#4
AnarchoPrimitiv
claster17Looks like a sleeker Heatkiller Tube from Watercool.
Looks like an uglier version of Watercool's Heatkiller Tube Series... Another company just ripped off Watercool's design a few weeks ago too, though I can't remember who...
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claster17
AnarchoPrimitivLooks like an uglier version of Watercool's Heatkiller Tube Series... Another company just ripped off Watercool's design a few weeks ago too, though I can't remember who...
The Heatkiller Tube has a more industrial look with its straight lines and sharp corners.
I'm not even sure if there are many alternative designs for a glass reservoir because the tube is not threaded. It's either those four external pillars to distribute pressure evenly on the O-rings or it's one internal strut.
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