Tuesday, December 14th 2021

Raijintek Intros Eleos 12 RBW CPU Cooler Designed for LGA1700

Raijintek today introduced the Eleos 12 RBW, a tower-type CPU cooler designed with a large base that's optimized for Intel Socket LGA1700. Measuring 127 mm x 75 mm x 164 mm (WxDxH), and weighing 610 g, the cooler features a conventional tower-type design. Six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat-pipes make direct contact with the processor at the base, conveying heat through an aluminium fin-stack that's ventilated by a single 120 mm fan.

The included 120 mm fan takes in 4-pin PWM for its main function, and 3-pin addressable RGB for lighting. It features a hydraulic bearing that's rated for 40,000 hours. The fan spins at speeds between 800 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 75 CFM of airflow, and 2.3 mm H₂O static pressure, and up to 28 dBA maximum noise. Lighting elements include ARGB LED studded in the fan-hub, as well as the top-plate of the heatsink. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA1700, LGA1200, LGA115x, and AM4. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on Raijintek Intros Eleos 12 RBW CPU Cooler Designed for LGA1700

#1
lexluthermiester
btarunrThe company didn't reveal pricing.
They also didn't mention wattage limits...
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#2
dgianstefani
Doesn't look like nickle plated copper to me...
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#3
Mistral
dgianstefaniDoesn't look like nickle plated copper to me...
That would be easier to say if we had actual product photos instead of renderings...
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#4
dgianstefani
There's little point of using nickle plated copper outside aesthetic effect if you're going to sand the coating away on the important part (the contact plate), the point of the nickle is to make the surface non-reactive, so it's compatible with things like liquid metal, and doesn't get corroded by oxygen etc.
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#5
bonehead123
Anutha day, ANUTHA 6-piper same-ole-same-same fin-fan-stacker....

nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :roll:
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#6
Caring1
"Six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat-pipes"

We don't actually know how thick the heat pipes are unless one is cut open.
They are however six 6mm OD heat pipes, possibly nickel plated, then what appears to be powder coated.
Bare copper is better for heat transfer on the contact surface as shown, nickel plating that also, would reduce that efficiency.
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