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Raijintek Debuts its PC Cooling Lineup

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In IT market Raijintek is a brand new name created by the main part of Xigmatek and Cooler Master team, designed in Germany and made in Taiwan. Caseking GmbH - main distributor of Raijintek products, would like to introduce you first three, which are high-end CPU coolers named Aidos, Themis and Ereboss. Names come from Ancient Greek: Aidos was the Greek goddness of shame, modesty and humility; Themis was embodient of divine order, law and custom. Last one, Erebos, conceived as a primordial deity, representing the personification of darkness. As Raijintek's slogan says, they "Creating Passion", products are dedicated to users looking for high quality, performance and efficiency. In the foreseeable future, manufacturer will give us many more projects as power supplies and chassis.



The Aidos is a compact size cooler manufactured by several patents to reach advanced performance, quality and evironmental protection. Designed to fit the most common chipsets, the Aidos is a great entry level cooler hitting stunning price points. The cooler uses a non-copper base design (C.D.C - CPU Direct Contact) along with special patented heat-pipe / fin technology to prevent heat-pipe damage risk. It also uses patented solder-less louver fin assembly for extra heat-pipe ventilation. Suggested retail price is 16,90 € incl. VAT

The Themis CPU cooler is a compact cooler very similar to the Aidos but with a larger 120mm surface area to disperse even more heat produced by the processor. The cooler uses the same patented technology, non-copper base design (C.D.C - CPU Direct Contact) along with special patented heat-pipe / fin technology and solder-less louver fin assembly for extra heat-pipe ventilation with the majority of the CPU socket types. Suggested retail price is 23,90 € incl. VAT.

The Ereboss cooler really is a beast when it comes to the cooling department. This is Raijintek's flagship cooler and it's packed with features to ensure a cool, high performance system. 6mm Heat-pipes along with ultra large dissipating fins ensure the CPU heat gets withdrawn as efficiently as possible. The cooler uses the world top type 14013 fan, 140mm area with 13mm thickness a more compact size but still with extreme performance. Patented holes on the fins provide excellent airflow and even better cooling efficiency. The cooler comes with dual fans and is also compatible with most of the CPU sockets. Suggested retail price is 34,90 € incl. VAT.
 
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wow skinny fan on that ereboss.
 
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wow skinny fan on that ereboss.
Indeed. Looks very similar to the Thermalright HR-02 Macho, with minimum overhang over RAM slots, and relatively wide fin spacing so that the slim fan doesn't have much trouble pushing air through the fin array.

I'd love to see some performance and noise results. :clap:
 
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I'm sure there will be reviews before long. The prices look good so if the HSFs deliver, they will sell well.
 
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The Ereboss cooler really is a beast when it comes to the cooling department.
I can not say weather this line is right or wrong, but the wording made my giggle a little. I wonder what that big one, the ereboss, could do if it had push pull fans. Maybe even some big fans.
 

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I wonder what the CFM is on that world top type 14013 fan.
 

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I wonder when this company will open a web site so that questions like CFM of fans and such could be found easily ;)
 
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Good, better, best strategy. Very smart....
 
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Damn, those are innovative...
 
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I can not say weather this line is right or wrong, but the wording made my giggle a little. I wonder what that big one, the ereboss, could do if it had push pull fans. Maybe even some big fans.
If I read that right, the Ereboss (big fat one) comes with 2 fans for push pull config. That thing looks hella huge.
 
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If I read that right, the Ereboss (big fat one) comes with 2 fans for push pull config. That thing looks hella huge.
You did. I thought this was the Ereboss for some reason. Big heatsink small fan.
 
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Indeed. Looks very similar to the Thermalright HR-02 Macho, with minimum overhang over RAM slots, and relatively wide fin spacing so that the slim fan doesn't have much trouble pushing air through the fin array.

I'd love to see some performance and noise results. :clap:
at last the recent test on TPU proved that the Ram overhang is same as the Macho :D less excentered formfactor with a thiner fan give the same overhang, but the perf in deed arent bad

i still prefer the HR 02
 
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