Discussion in 'Reviews' started by crazyeyesreaper, Sep 16, 2013.
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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 .
The Hyper finally has competition in the low cost space!
I would even say beaten! Slightly better, identical price.
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
Design reminds me of Xigmatek.
Well given that Raijintek is made up of a combined team from Xigmatek and CoolerMaster....
Where in the states is this? Not newegg, not amazon. It is on some random website google shopping brought up.
combined team? you mean one guy, Tony.
reminds me of the cheap AC cooler pro when it came out.
"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."
Tony's a big and sneaky guy, he had positions at both companies. Sitting on two chairs as it were.
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!
No worries mate. Do not take it too personal. The internet can be a weird place. Looks like a decent cooler.
No problem buddy! As said, you know where you can reach me if you have any requests or questions! Thx
Only criticism I have is that I can't buy it in the USA through a reputable distributor yet.
Sorry for the inconvenience... We are currently working on the distribution setup for the USA / CANADA and South America....
No judging, just joking. Nice of you to come by.
Anytime... as I said... I am open for anything.....
Any news on when raijintek products will come to the US?
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
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
what max height do you have in your Chassis?
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
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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