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Raijintek Invents the World's First Passive Liquid Cooler

Raijintek invented the world's first liquid cooler that works without a prime-mover for the coolant (i.e. no pump). Further, its radiator lacks fans (i.e. no power, no noise). This closed-loop cooler works in the same principle as a heat pipe, with a combination of convention and phase-change doing the heavy lifting of heat-transfer. Heat from the source (your CPU) causes the special coolant to change phase to vapor, move to the heat-exchanger (radiator), where it condenses back to liquid, and flows back down to the block. We saw this contraption in action, and we can tell you that it works. It is ready for the real-world. Raijintek spent vast amounts of R&D budget developing this technology, and has patented it in most markets. We could see the first products based on this technology very soon.

Raijintek and ASUS ROG Co-branded Cetus Case Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of a Raijintek Cetus case with ASUS ROG co-branding. This brushed aluminium beauty is game for your ROG purist builds, serving up a spacious dual-compartment layout, with a motherboard tray that's extra wide for those tall ROG MATRIX graphics cards. With its storage area located in the bottom compartment (which it shares with the PSU), you have room for either your liquid cooling hardware, or those long EATX workstation motherboards. Ventilation options appear to include a 420 x 140 mm radiator bay on top, a 280 x 140 mm (or 360 x 120 mm) bay in the front, and a 140 mm rear exhaust. Brushed aluminium makes up the front, top, and rear panels, while tempered glass makes up the sides. A slot-in slimline optical drive slot near the front-panel completes this case's exquisiteness.

Raijintek Paean Dual-Compartment Tower Case Pictured

Raijintek showed off its innovative new semi-open tower-type case, the Paean. This dual-compartment case with a vertical partition in the middle, consists of four metal rods, and a thick middle-plate on which the various parts of the case are suspended. The sides of the case are covered by 4 mm thick tempered glass panels. The left compartment holds your motherboard (up to EATX length), and liquid cooling components, while the right compartment holds your storage devices, the PSU, and the front-panel. The case measures 288 mm x 590 mm x 420 mm.

Raijintek Intros Micro ATX Optimized PSUs

Raijintek introduced a new line of PSUs that are optimized for the Micro ATX form-factor. While technically it's an ATX PSU, it's shorter than some of the shortest ATX PSUs, giving you more room in the typically space-constrained micro-ATX case. The first picture below shows you just how short the PSU is, next to a typical ATX PSU. The company put up 600W and 700W models of the series. Both units use 100 mm fans instead of the 120-140 mm fans typically found in ATX PSUs. The 700W model features 80 Plus Platinum efficiency, while the 600W model features 80 Plus Gold. Both units feature APFC, single +12V rail design, and most common electrical protection mechanisms. Both further feature partially modular cables.

Raijintek Announces the Morpheus II Core Edition VGA Cooler

Raijintek announced its latest graphics card cooler, the Morpheus II Core Edition. A successor to the Morpheus Core Edition launched in 2014, this cooler features a more up-to-date VGA support, including the Radeon R9 Fury series, R9 390 series, GeForce GTX 980 Ti, and more. What makes it "Core Edition," is that it lacks any bundled fans, letting you use your own high-end ones. It supports a pair of 120 mm spinners.

The main heatsink measures 254 mm x 98 mm x 44 mm, weighing 515 g. It features a dense, monolithic, aluminium fin-stack, which is arranged along the length of the graphics card's PCB, to which heat drawn from a nickel-plated copper GPU base, is fed by six 6 mm thick heat-pipes, making two passes through the fin-stack. Heatsinks for up to 18 memory chips, and an in-line MOSFET heatsink, and a dozen smaller MOSFET heatsinks come included, along with thermal pads, TIM, and the various mounting pieces. Raijintek didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Atlantis Line of DIY Watercooling Products Now Available

Raijintek Atlantis line of DIY water-cooling products are now available with Overclockers UK, among the first retailers to stock a range of watercooling products from Raijintek for the user to build their very own watercooling loop, cooling the processor, graphics card and memory. Starting with the waterblocks in the Raijintek Atlantis range, there are three; the CPU, GPU and VRM (CWB-C1, GWB-C1 and VWB-C1) waterblocks. All designed to fit the latest generation platforms from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA. These blocks are user friendly for installation and can easily be fitted to the user's hardware.

The waterblocks are copper, melted by alloying brazing and nickel plated then finished off with mirror polishing treatment. The waterblocks have a 3D micro-structure flow tunnel inside enabling the coolant from the cold plate to heat up accordingly and sufficiently to transfer the heat extremely well. The thread type on the waterblocks are 1/4 thread, the standard thread allowing users to upgrade their watercooling system easily.

TechPowerUp Builders Digest - $1700

We are bang in the middle of an inflection point where the latest generation of CPUs, GPUs, motherboards, memory, displays, and software (Windows 10) just launched. To help our readers wanting to save big on their first gaming PC builds [and because the news is slow these days], TechPowerUp brings to you its Builder's Digest series of guides, on which components we would choose, to build a gaming or media PC from the ground up, at a given price-point.

In this episode, we're trying to build the best gaming PC possible, under $1,700. Our definition of "best" includes not just performance, but also energy-efficiency and noise. $1,700 is a great budget to get building your first serious gaming PC from scratch. Your only semblance of a PC right now is probably a notebook you take to school, and so you need to buy everything that makes up a desktop. Here's how TechPowerUp will spend that money.

Raijintek STYX Chassis Now Available

Announcing the availability of the Raijintek STYX chassis. Based around the design of the METIS keeping similar aesthetics with the premium brushed aluminium crafted chassis design. The STYX is noticeably larger comparing to the METIS, allowing you to install even more hardware. The case also supports 2x 120mm fans or a 240mm radiator in the top of the case, giving the user further cooling extending to high end air cooling or watercooling.

Raijintek Rolls Out Morpheus Core Edition VGA Cooler

Raijintek announced the Morpheus Core Edition, a matte-black variant of its popular universal VGA cooler. Armed with a large monolithic aluminium fin stack of 129 fins, the cooler features a nickel-plated copper base, with mirror finish. Six 6 mm thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes with dark / gunmetal finish, spread heat across the fin stack. The cooler can hold on to two common 120 mm fans for ventilation. It can soak up thermal loads of up to 360W, making it fit for a variety of feisty high-end GPUs, such as the GeForce GTX 780 Ti, the Radeon R9 290X, and other GPUs based on the GK104, GM204, and "Pitcairn" silicons. Heatsinks for VRM, and 24 heatsinks for memory chips, come included. Raijintek didn't announce pricing or availability details.
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Raijintek Aeneas Cubical Micro-ATX Case Starts Selling

Announcing the Raijintek Aeneas case, loaded with an array of features. The case is developed with superb airflow in mind, combined with a great intake and outtake giving all of the components great ventilation. The Raijintek Aeneas is a sturdy case presented with a clean, elegant design displaying an eye-catching blue LED bar running along the front and the top of the case; which can be switched on/off.

A huge range of possibilities with cooling in this case is an enthusiast's dream, supporting a maximum of eight fans including a 200mm optional fan space at the front of the case. The case is pre-installed with two 120mm fans on the front of the case, however there are further options of four 120mm fans can be fitted, also a 200mm fan, or a 240mm radiator. At the rear of the case two 140mm fans are pre-installed. With the top cooling options allowing you to fit a further two 240mm fans or a 280mm radiator.

Raijintek Announces Metis Mini-ITX Cube Case

Introducing the brand new range of Raijintek Metis Mini-ITX Cube cases in a superb choice of colours, with attractive variants of a closed side panel and window side panel. Raijintek is continuously growing it's inventory, providing cases and coolers within the IT market, with high compatibility, extreme engineering, remarkable performance and amazing design. The Metis is available in a range of colours including Black, Red, Silver, Blue and Gold, with an entirely brushed aluminium anodised design. The outer design is anodised in the range of elegant colours for the customer to choose from, whilst the inner design is anodised entirely black ensuring the external and internal design is astonishing with a minimalistic style.

This Mini-ITX cube from Raijintek is small and compact, yet not limited due to the size, allowing support for a full ATX power supply unit, a graphics card with a maximum length of 170mm suitable CPU cooler mounting capacities can support a strong cooler up to 160mm. The cooling for the power supply unit has a clever ventilation design due to the layout of the unit being based at the front of the case with a pre-installed 120mm fan at the rear.

Raijintek Arcadia Mid-tower Case Detailed

Raijintek unveiled its mainstream Arcadia ATX mid-tower case. Available in black and white color options, the case measures 200 mm x 455 mm x 430 mm (WxDxH), weighing 3.85 kg. The case is characterized by is tool-free front 5.25-inch bezels, and an exposed 3.5-inch bay. Under the hood, are a drive cage with four 3.5-inch bays, two 2.5-inch bays, and cutouts with rubber grommets. The motherboard tray offers room for CPU coolers as tall as 160 mm, and graphics cards as long as 400 mm. Ventilation includes 120 mm fans at the front, top, and rear. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports, and HDA front-panel jacks.

Raijintek Atlas Cubical Micro-ATX Case Pictured

Raijintek took a dip into the compartmentalized world of cubical cases with the Atlas. Measuring 288 mm x 380 mm x 435 mm (WxDxH), and made of 0.8 mm-thick SECC steel and ABS, the case can seat full-spec micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, with up to five expansion slots available (so even the bottom most slot can be populated with a dual-slot graphics card). Its storage area includes a 5.25-inch bay, five 3.5-inch bays that each convert to 2.5-inch, from which one is exposed; and a cooling system that includes four 120 mm front intakes (two installed), with provision for a single 200 mm intake, two 140 mm rear exhausts, and two 140 mm top exhausts. The case can sear CPU coolers as tall as 180 mm, and graphics cards as long as 310 mm.

Raijintek Innovates Unique Reservoir + Pump + Block Assembly

Raijintek unveiled an innovative and groovy new reservoir + pump + CPU block assembly that takes integration a step beyond Asetek fare. It's part of the company's swanky new Triton liquid CPU cooler. It's one of the rare few solutions in its category to feature a transparent reservoir and tubing; and colored coolant. The solution comes factory-integrated, but you have the freedom to disassemble it, and tinker with its coolant. The block has an injector port, while fittings at both the block and the radiator can be disassembled. The cooler includes a 280 x 140 mm radiator, with a pair of ultra-slim 140 mm PWM controllable spinners. Raijintek hopes to launch the Triton later this year.

Raijintek Rolls out Core Edition Variants of its Popular CPU Coolers

Raijintek unveiled "Core Edition" variants of its Nemesis, Ereboss, and Pallas CPU coolers. The three feature black aluminium fins, heat pipes, and base. The best part? The three don't feature anodized powder coat that could affect cooling performance, and rely on the metal's natural dark chrome color. The three should be available some time in December, 2014. The rest of their specifications remain consistent with their original counterparts.

Raijintek Unveils the AGOS Midi Tower PC Case

Raijintek has now taken the veil off its first PC chassis, a midi tower called AGOS which is said to feature an 'elegant and classic design with efficient and massive airflow'. Coming in two color versions (with either a black or white outside coating), AGOS measures 490 (H) x 200 (W) x 460 (D) mm, it has support for ATX and micro ATX motherboards and can house graphics cards up to 410 mm long.

Raijintek's PC case boasts three 5.25-inch and six 3.5/2.5-inch drive bays, seven PCI slots, a front I/O panel with two USB ports (one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0), and includes one pre-installed fan (120 mm fan on the rear panel). AGOS is supposed to cost 50 Euro (taxes included).

Raijintek Unveils Morpheus VGA Cooler

Raijintek unveiled the Morpheus universal VGA cooler. Featuring a large aluminium fin stack that's arranged along the length of the PCB, in a way that directs hot to the top of the card, it features a total of 129 aluminium fins, and six nickel-plated copper heat pipes of 6 mm thickness. The heat pipes draw heat from a nickel-plated copper base, from which their ends pass through two sections of the fin-stack. The stack is so big, that it can be ventilated using a pair of 120 mm fans. If the fans are 25 mm thick, like most 120 mm fans in the market, then a card cooled by the Morpheus could need three or more slots in your system. In addition to the meaty heatsink, you get 24 little heatsinks for memory chips and MOSFETs.

Among the single-GPU cards Raijintek Morpheus supports, are Radeon R9 290 series, R9 280 series, R9 270 series, HD 7900 series, HD 7800 series; GeForce GTX TITAN and TITAN Black, GTX 780 and 780 Ti, GK104-based cards such as GTX 770, GTX 760, GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660 Ti, and more. Measuring 254 mm x 98 mm x 44 mm (WxDxH), the main heatsink weighs 515 g.

Raijintek Unveils the Nemesis and Themis Evo CPU Coolers

Raijintek has today announced a couple of new CPU coolers which are set to become available next month - Nemesis and Themis Evo. Of these two Nemesis is the higher-end model and it measures features a dual-tower nickel-plated heatsink, five 8 mm copper heatpipes and two 140 mm PWM fans that operate at 600 to 1,000 RPM. This one measures 140 (W) x 130 (D) x 166.5 (H) mm and costs 59.90 Euro.

The Themis Evo is 122 by 82 by 165 mm and has a nickel-plated tower heatsink, four C.D.C. (CPU Direct Contact) 8 mm copper heatpipes, and one 120 mm fan working at 1,000 ~ 1,500 RPM. Themis Evo costs 32.90 Euro. Both Nemesis and Themis Evo support Intel LGA 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and AMD Socket AM2, AM2(+), AM3(+), FM1, FM2(+) processors.



Update Dec 31, 2014: This cooler is now called "Raijintek Tisis" and there is only one variant available.

Raijintek Unveils the RHEA CPU Cooler

Raijintek has today announced its newest cooling solution, a budget CPU cooler called RHEA. Measuring 93 (W) x59 (D) x 118 (H) mm, the cooler features an aluminum heatsink with three 6 mm direct contact copper heatpipes, and is equipped with one 92 mm Sleeve Bearing PWM fan that runs at 800 to 2200 RPM and has a maximum sound output of 27.9 dBA.

RHEA includes support for Intel LGA 1150/1155/1156 processors. No word yet on pricing.

RAIJINTEK Introduces the Pallas and Zelos Low-Profile CPU Coolers

RAIJINTEK has this week announced the new additions to its cooling offers, the Pallas (high-end) and Zelos (mid-range) low-profile CPU coolers. Pallas measures 153 x 150 x 68 mm and features a nickel plated heatsink with a copper base, solder-free aluminum fins and six 6 mm heatpipes, plus a 140 x 150 mm Sleeve Bearing fan that can operate at 650 to 1400 RPM (max sound output is 28 dBA).

Zelos is 94 by 93 by 44 mm and has an aluminum heatsink with three direct-contact 6 mm nickel-plated heatpipes, and one 90 mm Hydraumatic Bearing fan working at 800 to 1400 RPM (20 dBA max sound output).

Raijintek Debuts its PC Cooling Lineup

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.
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