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Raijintek Themis

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  1. crazyeyesreaper

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    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=5

    On HS, I was expecting less than evo or just equal , but thinking about it more .
    This HS has 3 heatpipes but larger than the 4 evo's .

    The way many HS are positioned on the CPU, the heatpipes run parallel with long way of core .
    So on a 4 heat pipe the outer 2 are not right over core and have to rely on IHS .

    Now with 3 heatpipes, one is center and the other two are over or at edge and I think this could be reason it gets better results .
     
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    The Hyper finally has competition in the low cost space!
     
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    I would even say beaten! Slightly better, identical price.

    Nice.
     
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    Its actually usually a bit cheaper at least here in the states the pricing has the Themis with an MSRP thats $3 cheaper than the 212 EVO when its on sale at $34.99 but right now Cooler Masters famed favorite has climbed in price to $39.99 at which point it just gets slaughtered if Raijintek can get the Themis stateside for $30-33
     
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    Design reminds me of Xigmatek.
     
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    Well given that Raijintek is made up of a combined team from Xigmatek and CoolerMaster....
     
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    Where in the states is this? Not newegg, not amazon. It is on some random website google shopping brought up.
     
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    combined team? you mean one guy, Tony.
     
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    reminds me of the cheap AC cooler pro when it came out.
     
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    Very interesting that guys that don't know me are judging me... this is suppose to be a review of a Heatsink and not about me.... Our company philosophy is to bring the end users a real competitive product with the best PRICE / PERFORMANCE. Any real constructive and objective critisicim is welcome... You can reach me by PM for further info or my direct email!
     
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    No worries mate. Do not take it too personal. The internet can be a weird place. ;) Looks like a decent cooler.
     
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    No problem buddy! As said, you know where you can reach me if you have any requests or questions! Thx
     
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    Only criticism I have is that I can't buy it in the USA through a reputable distributor yet.
     
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    Sorry for the inconvenience... We are currently working on the distribution setup for the USA / CANADA and South America....
     
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    No judging, just joking. Nice of you to come by. :)
     
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    Anytime... as I said... I am open for anything.....
     
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    Any news on when raijintek products will come to the US?
     
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    Hello, the goods are on the way to the USA and Canada... Should be on the shelves within the next 5 days or so... You can find those at NCIX.com
     
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    Hi! First post here!
    I've been looking to get a decent not-so-expensive cooler for my rig. I have a 4690k with stock cooler atm and I just want to change it, even if I plan doing some slight overclocking and this cooler really fits my needs due to my case being the Corsair Spec-02 so I have limited space considering the heatsink height. Should I go for this one or the slightly more expensive Thermalright True Spirit 120M?

    Btw, nice to see a Raijintek employee posting here :)
     
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    Hello,

    what max height do you have in your Chassis?


    BR

    Tony
     
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    Hi Tony,

    Max height in my chassis is 157mm according to Corsair. I've seen people using a CM Hyper 212 Evo (159mm height) in my chassis, so maybe something like that fits too. But I really fancied this Raijintek :)
     
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    It will be quiet tight, but it should fit actually... the cooler itself is of 150mm height... just check the height of the CPU including the socket...
     

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