Raijintek Orcus 240 Review 7

Raijintek Orcus 240 Review

A Closer Look »


The box Raijintek uses for the Orcus 240 is roughly 31.4 cm long, 23.4 cm wide, and 13 cm tall. Front and center on the box is an image of the Orcus 240, nothing more or less. On the left is an image of the CPU block and flow meter and, again, nothing else. It's the back of the box that contains all the information on this all-in-one liquid cooler; socket support, PWM fan speeds, pump performance, etc., are all listed on the back.

On the right side is, well, nothing, just white and black cardboard. Looking at the top, all there is to see is a list of supported AMD and Intel sockets. Finally, the bottom details the two versions of the Orcus 240 that will be available: the 240 with fans and 240 Core without fans.


As per the usual when opening a boxed-up all-in-one liquid cooler, we are greeted by the lovingly familiar cardboard tray that protects the cooler. However, that foam sheet that is usually included on top is nowhere to be found here, which I find a bit odd, and I would prefer to see one here as every bit of extra protection is always a good thing.

Everything needed for just about every modern socket is present. Raijintek even goes so far as to include a bottle of coolant for refilling and topping off the CLC over time.

Common parts supplied for mounting include:
  • 8x M3 radiator screws
  • 8x M3 short radiator screws
  • 4x Threaded pillars
  • 4x Backplate screws
  • 4x Mounting plate screws
  • 2x CPU block mounting screws
  • 2x 120 mm RGB fans
  • 1x RGB remote
  • 1x User's manual
  • 1x Universal backplate
  • 1x Universal mounting plate
  • 1x Bottle of coolant
  • 1x Packet thermal paste
  • 1x RGB hub
  • 1x RGB cable
  • 1x Pre-filled liquid cooler
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