Raijintek Aidos Review 1

Raijintek Aidos Review

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From the Raijintek website:
With the aim of designing high-end products for Lifestyle, Computer, and Day-to-Day usage, RAIJINTEK was established in 2013 to accomplish the future of IT and Lifestyle products.

This task and aim allows us to grow into a global brand. Not only do we provide highly recommended IT products, but we also have Gaming Gear, like Chassis and PSUs, and Lifestyle products for smartphones and all your tablet PCs. Fully dedicated to developing the best products for global users, RAIJINTEK’s R&D team never forgets the aim to provide a user-friendly and well-performing product. With decades of experience in the industry, RAIJINTEK management would also never jeopardize the high service- and product quality our customers deserve.

Raijintek has only been around a short while, but has already begun making a name for itself through its CPU coolers. Offering exceptional performance per dollar, Raijintek products are changing the definition of budget cooling. That alone should be enough to keep competitors worried—consumers ultimately want great performance at fantastic prices, and Raijintek has already delivered just that in spades.

Having only been founded this year, Raijintek has made a name for itself with their Themis and Ereboss CPU coolers. The Themis even won our Great Value and Highly Recommended awards for its exceptional performance per dollar. Offering CPU coolers to start, Raijintek will be expanding into cases and more in the near future, which could shake things up in the do-it-yourself PC market, especially with Raijintek's focus on delivering well-performing, user-friendly products.

Today's review will focus on Raijintek's Aidos CPU cooler. It may be small, dainty even; but considering the performance of Raijintek's other offerings thus far, it could offer up some surprising performance. The Aidos features four 6 mm heatpipes, fourty-two aluminum cooling fins, and a 92 x 25 mm, 1000-2400 RPM PWM fan. While not on the same level as some of the behemoth coolers I have tested, Raijintek's Aidos CPU cooler could prove to be an interesting budget cooler for small form-factor systems. That said, let us see just what the Raijintek Aidos is capable of!

SOCKET SUPPORT:Intel: LGA775, LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011
AMD: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2
HEATSINK:Material: Aluminum (Fins)
Copper (Heatpipes & Base)
Dimensions: 95 x 55 x 136 mm
Heatpipes: Ø6 mm - 4pcs
Weight: 325 g (w/o fans)
FANS:Model: Raijintek A09225MHAB
Dimensions: 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 1000-2400 RPM (PWM)
Fan Airflow: 53.02 CFM (max)
Fan Noise: 29.8 dBA (max)
FEATURES:CPU Direct Contact (C.D.C)
Anti-vibration rubber fan mounts
Patented Solder-less louver fin assembly
WARRANTY:Two years
MSRP:€15.99, $21.61
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