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Raijintek Launches the JUNO-X RGB Low-profile CPU Cooler

The JUNO-X is a small, compact, and light CPU cooler that is ideal for HTPCs and other small computers with its max TDP of 70 Watts. The "radial"-style used is reminiscent of a successful cooling concept from Zalman, except in this version it is made entirely out of aluminum and its powerful 92 mm PWM fans are surrounded by the cooler fins.

COMPACT RADIAL-STYLE CPU COOLER
The Raijintek Juno-X consists of a heatsink whose aluminium fins form a ring around a slowly-turning 92 mm PWM fan. This arrangement also allows the surrounding motherboard components to receive cooling. Thanks to its low 50 mm height, the Juno-X is primarily designed for use in low-profile cases that offer limited space.

Raijintek Intros the Leto Pro RGB CPU Cooler

Raijintek today introduced the Leto Pro RGB CPU cooler. An upscale variant of the Raijintek Leto launched earlier this year, the Leto Pro RGB retains the essential tower-type heatsink design of the original Leto, but comes with two 120 mm RGB LED-illuminated fans in push-pull configuration. Each of the two included Raijintek Macula 12 RGB fans spins between 800 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 56 CFM of air, with a noise output of 25 dBA. Raijintek has also launched the Leto RGB, which is the original Leto with a single Macula 12 RGB fan. With both its fans installed, the Leto Pro RGB measures 127 mm x 101 mm 155 mm (WxDxH), weighing 925 g. It supports nearly all modern CPU socket types, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA2066, LGA2011(v3), and LGA115x.

Raijintek is PC Building Simulator's Newest Hardware Partner

The UK based independent game publisher, The Irregular Corporation, is pleased to announce that RAIJINTEK, PC hardware manufacturer, have joined the PC Building Simulator project as a partner. At launch, players will have the option to build PCs in-game using RAIJINTEK's popular range of air and liquid coolers plus an assortment of cases, all, lovingly recreated using 3D graphics and fully functional within the simulation.

Mr. Steve Shih, GM of Raijintek Co. Ltd in Taiwan at RAIJINTEK said "We're delighted that players will be able to experiment with Raijintek components in PC Building Simulator! This will be a great tool for people who are keen to build their own PC, but unsure where to start.".

Raijintek Releases Three Beautiful Tempered Glass Cases

Raijintek have just release three new cases for their tempered glass series: the Coeus Elite, Coeus Evo, and Paen M. The Paean M is Raijintek's first watercooled open bench case. All three cases feature up to four individual panes of 4.0 mm tempered glass giving a great view to their new range of LED fans. In addition to the three new cases, Raijintek have also announced the PAXX conversion kit consisting of a riser card extender cable and a special PCI slot bracket.

Raijintek Intros Iris 12 Rainbow RGB Fans

Raijintek today introduced the Iris 12 Rainbow RGB 120 mm case-fans. Taking in 4-pin PWM input, these fans spin between 800 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 42.17 CFM of air, with a noise output of up to 26.5 dBA. The fans feature hydraulic bearings, and are rated for 40,000 hours of operation. With its vital specs out of the way, the centerpiece is the RGB LED lighting. The inner wall of the fan's frame acts as a diffuser for the 15 RGB LEDs it's studded with. The LEDs in the Iris 12 can make up to 256 colors, each. The fan features a standard 4-pin RGB input. The fan comes in single piece, two-pack, and three-pack SKUs, with the latter two including an RGB LED control hub, that comes with an IR remote control. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Intros the Coeus EVO Chassis

Raijintek today introduced the Coeus EVO mid-tower chassis. Characterized by 4 mm-thick clear tempered glass panels along both its sides, the front, and top panels; this case features a cyberpunk design with SECC steel making up the main frame and motherboard tray, along which the glass panels are bolted on. Internally, the case features a conventional horizontal dual-compartment layout, with the larger top compartment holding the motherboard tray, and the enclosed bottom one holding the PSU and a few drive bays.

The Coeus EVO offers room for graphics cards as long as 350 mm, CPU coolers as tall as 175 mm, and PSUs as long as 200 mm. Storage options include four 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive bays. Its fan mounts include either three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes; two 140/120 mm top exhausts; and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiators along the front, and 240 mm x 120 mm radiators along the top. Front panel connectivity includes one USB 3.0/3.1 type-C port, two USB 3.0/3.1 type-A ports, and HDA audio jacks. Measuring 235 mm x 444 mm x 544 mm (WxDxH), the case weighs about 12.2 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Intros the Juno X Low-profile CPU Cooler

Raijintek today introduced the Juno X top-flow CPU cooler. A throwback to the heatsink-designs of the early-2000s, the Juno X features an aluminium fin-stack that has been bunched up in the middle to make the base, with the ends of the fins projecting radially; and two 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes fast-tracking heat transfer from the base to the peripheries of the fins. The cooler comes in four variants based on the color of its fan's LED illumination, red, green, and blue, and no-illumination.

The factory-fitted 92 mm fan takes in 4-pin PWM power input, and spins between 1,200-2,500 RPM, pushing up to 52 CFM of air, with a noise output of 26 dBA. Measuring 110 mm x 110 mm x 50 mm (LxWxH), the cooler weighs about 130 g, and can handle thermal loads of up to 70W TDP. The cooler supports most modern CPU sockets, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA115x, and LGA775.

Raijintek Showcases Their Orcus AIO at Computex 2017

Raijintek took to the stage to showcase, among other products, their Orcus AIO. Water cooling is all the rage these days, and the company is hoping this 240 mm unit will be the one to sway you to their camp. A rotating blade is included in the design, which rotates according to the waterflow of the system. LED lighting pimps the reservoir, which they call "the heart" of the system, and Raijintek is also calling to your attention the "extremely polish surface of water block". The fans on the radiator also include LED lighting, and the pump makes use of both a graphite pipe and a ceramic axis. The fans can speed at up to 3800 RPM, give or take 10%.

Raijintek Intros the Aura 12 RGB Case Fans

Raijintek today introduced the Aura 12 RGB case fans. These 120 mm fans are characterized by RGB LED lighting projected onto the impeller by an LED diffuser running along the bore of the frame. The RGB LED setup can produce up to 256 colors, which can be configured using the included control module. This module can also set lighting modes.

The impeller of the Raijintek Aura 12 RGB features a variable angle fan-blade design that is said to improve airflow. The fan features hydraulic bearing. The fan takes in input from the control module over a proprietary 6-pin connector, and spins at speeds of up to 1,200 RPM, with up to 39.8 CFM airflow, and a maximum noise output of 24.8 dBA. The frame features rubber padding along the mount holes to absorb vibration. The fan is also available in packs of three, sold as the Aura 12 RGB-3. This package includes a control module with three outputs. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Intros the Leto Tower-type CPU Cooler

Raijintek today introduced its Leto line of tower-type CPU coolers. Available in three variants based on the color of the LED illumination - Leto W (white LED), Leto R (red LED), and Leto B (blue LED), the cooler features a conventional tower-type design, with a matte black anodized aluminium fin-stack. The base is made of anodized aluminium too, although three 8 mm-thick copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU. The heat pipes feature black nickel-plating, and are pressed against the aluminium fins using a patented process that lacks solder.

The included 120 mm fan features a custom-design frame, and sleeve-bearing. It takes in 4-pin PWM input, spins between 800 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 67 CFM of air, with a noise-output of up to 29 dBA. Rubber mounts hold the fan onto the heatsink, which supports a second 120 mm fan for push-pull ventilation. Measuring 122 mm x 76 mm x 157 mm, the heatsink weighs 570 g. The Raijintek Leto supports most modern CPU socket types, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA2011/v3, LGA115x, and LGA1366. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Intros the Metis Plus Chassis

Raijintek introduced the Metis Plus cube-type mini-ITX aluminium chassis. A successor to the original Metis launched in 2014, the Metis Plus comes with an updated brushed aluminium finish with diamond-cut edges, a 120 mm top fan mount, an extra 2.5-inch drive mount along the base, and an updated 3.5-inch/2.5-inch (1x 3.5-inch convertible to 2x 7 mm-thick 2.5-inch) drive tray design. The rest of its specifications are unchanged from the original Metis.

Measuring 190 mm x 277 mm x 254 mm (WxDxH), and weighing in at 2.12 kg, the Metis Plus features an "upside-down" (left-side) oriented mini-ITX motherboard tray, with clearance for graphics cards as long as 17 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm. It features a concealed standard ATX PSU bay, with an AC receptacle and internal cord conveying power to the PSU. The case can either hold four 2.5-inch + one 3.5-inch drives at a time, or two each of 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives. The case comes with a pre-installed front 120 mm intake fan with LED lighting to match the case color. The case comes in 7 color options. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Intros the Paean Tempered Glass Dual-Compartment Chassis

Raijintek announced availability of the Paean tempered-glass dual-compartment chassis. This vertically-partitioned case features 5 mm-thick tempered glass panels on its sides, with metal (aluminium and steel) making up only the motherboard tray with PSU and drive mounts on its reverse side; and the beams holding the panels in place. The glass panels feature a dark tint, while the aluminium motherboard tray has a black, brushed-metal finish.

The Raijintek Paean can hold standard ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards. The tray has room for graphics cards as long as 31 cm with a front reservoir in place, or up to 40 cm, with a vertically placed reservoir and no additional drive caddies in place; and CPU coolers as tall as 14 cm. It can hold standard ATX power supplies as long as 20 cm. Storage areas include three each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drive bays.

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.
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