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Raijintek Triton ( dont buy it,if u dont wanna kill ur graphics card )

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#1
ok here it goes ..i ordered my triton last week at Amazon uk.. and got it yesterday..
so i quickly mounted it on my PC...JUST ONE F**** NIGHT, this sh*t started leaking..
so i take it off and found out the tank is CRACKED... SRSLY raijintek ?? i payed 130euro for it
and ur Sh*t Crack on me for just one night use ???? thank god my graphics card had a backplate..
so lesson learned as long as AIO cooling if it's not Corsair it's NOT GOOD !! ( after 2 years my H105i still work perfectly )






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#2
Have you finished your little rant?
You have proof the item was faulty before you installed it?
The only thing this proves is that an AIO liquid cooling system is safer than a custom set up.
 
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#3
Have you finished your little rant?
You have proof the item was faulty before you installed it?
The only thing this proves is that an AIO liquid cooling system is safer than a custom set up.
Dude.... Triton is a AOI .....
My point is this unit has the possibility to kill ur graphics card if u didn't notice the leak...why is my threat a rant ?? I'm just telling what just happened to me..
 
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phew. my zalman cnps20lq still working and its already almost 3 years.

have you check visually before installing it? why dont you RMA instead of making a thread here manufacturer and praising another manufacturer. phew....
 
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Any watercooling can leak. Your fault for not testing before installing.
 
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From the pattern of the cracks, it looks like the fittings are too tight.
 

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#7
From the pattern of the cracks, it looks like the fittings are too tight.
I agree, it looks like the fittings were over-torqued and it caused the acrylic to crack. It might have started without any leaks, but I suspect it gradually got worse under the pressure caused by the pump. Pump pressure alone would not cause a crack like that though. Sounds like user error production defect to me.
 
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Triton is a AOI .....
If it has fittings you have to tighten, and a reservoir, then it isn't an all in one.
Not in my opinion anyway.
 
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#9
From the pattern of the cracks, it looks like the fittings are too tight.
yeah coul be and personally i dont like acrylic since its easier to crack
and thats why i prefer put some washer to prevent any over tightening
 

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#10
defiantly over tightened also those look like the wrong fittings as well also I don't see a O ring
 
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Guys.... It came in one unit there is nothing I have to tighten....the fittings are already there when I gets it..all I have to do is screw the tank to the bracket...
 

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It happens. The reason we have RMAs.
 
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#14
Well, after reading these reviews over at Newegg... I would be quite leery of getting one of them.
I believe I would have moved on to see other options.
A lot of units being shipped with cracks in them per the purchasers(owners). Or, possibly damaged in shipping somehow???
Sounds like the company is replacing them through the RMA process, which is good.

There are a couple of threads around on the subject and amazon has a mention of the cracking at shipment.

As to whether whose fault it is, I don't see enough proof one way or another... just RMA it... it has a two year warranty.
Sell the RMAed one; or, keep it and use it.

Personally, I have a Corsair AIO and it has been humming along for 3 or 4 years and has given me no troubles.

Either way, good luck to ya.
 
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and this is why I avoid liquid cooling at all costs :0
 
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#16
Quality H2O is fine, but economy built AIO / CLC are just barely acceptable at their best. Swiftech makes a quality unit, .. and it cost more too. As of now, top air coolers are as good as the best CLCs and better than most. If we take noise into account and keep the AIO /CLC at or below 40dBA, air wins hands down.
 

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Yeah, this was covered a couple of weeks ago at OCUK. It was weeks late, and they had major issues with cheap coloring for their coolant, and some issues with the fittings. The first batch was recalled. New revisions to the process of manufacture has been made, so you'll see RMA'd models get replaced with something a little more useful.

Personally, I don't see the point in it. Either go proper AIO (Asetek/Corsair/NZXT/etc), or go proper watercooling. There's a reason their competitors are more expensive. OCUK's techlab department won't touch these things any more.
 

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( after 2 years my H105i still work perfectly )
Okay, I'm confused here; why on earth did you even buy such a unit if, as you stated, your H105i is still working great???????? The H105i is one of the top AIO liquid cooling units made. Why would you buy something else to replace the H105i?
 

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Okay, I'm confused here; why on earth did you even buy such a unit if, as you stated, your H105i is still working great???????? The H105i is one of the top AIO liquid cooling units made. Why would you buy something else to replace the H105i?
Because it looks cool?
 
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Okay, I'm confused here; why on earth did you even buy such a unit if, as you stated, your H105i is still working great???????? The H105i is one of the top AIO liquid cooling units made. Why would you buy something else to replace the H105i?
Just like newtekie1said ... The transparent tank and tube looks cool.... But I really regret buying it now....
 
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Not my intention to hijack thread, but I just started testing new Raijintek Triton kit and it leaks straight from factory. I read few people had cracked the reservoir on other forums, and others had some smaller leaks.

I think mine leaks near the reservoir fill port. Overall, I found the quality to be somewhat less great than say Corsair AIOs, Fractal Kelvin or Eisberg etc. which I also have.

Tbh I don't know what to think. Perhaps the cooling is great for the price (it is cheaper than anything else here), but would you risk it for few dollar/euro savings over the more well-known brands?
I will try to fix this myself, after all I would love to get some temperature/noise figures for review I am writing.
But it already failed the most important thing: don't leak if you are prefilled unit. NOT getting anywhere near my GTX 780 Ti K|NGP|N & Rampage V Extreme :(
 

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#22
Any watercooling can leak. Your fault for not testing before installing.
+1 correct you have to test it prior installing it…
From the pattern of the cracks, it looks like the fittings are too tight.
Correct...
No manufacturing process is perfect. Simply RMA it and move on. One incident is not a pattern. No need to boycott them.
nothing in this world is perfect....
Quality H2O is fine, but economy built AIO / CLC are just barely acceptable at their best. Swiftech makes a quality unit, .. and it cost more too. As of now, top air coolers are as good as the best CLCs and better than most. If we take noise into account and keep the AIO /CLC at or below 40dBA, air wins hands down.
Asetek units are pretty solid fella...
some corsair hydro series... all the thermaltake's Water Series too,
 

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From the pattern of the cracks, it looks like the fittings are too tight.
+1

When you get water cooling you should acknowledge you accept the risk of leaks or the coolant vaporizing.

Learn from your mistakes and humble yourself.
 
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#25
Bad quality Product, Look:
http://imgur.com/a/gvGgW

Worked for less than a month, then cracked.
old serie : short 3pin cable 1st batch. (just as the one from the OP ) well your's maybe a 2nd batch tho the cable seems shorter than mine still.

2nd batch Good quality, mounted dis mounted re mounted, longer 3pin cable, modded, tubing changed, coolant Mayhems + rad Alphacool : not cracked (3 month and 9 days in use, 2 month stock configuration)
IMG_20150923_005518.jpg
79chf without fan bought as a Core version, the only other AIO at that price was a Corsair H60 2013 (120mm single fan)

the issue was corrected, at last it seems they listened to the complaining (about the quality of the tank and the 3pin cable length ) tho it seems they were hellish on RMA and previous issues.
 
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