Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

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Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

 

Announcing the Raijintek Triton, the first AIO liquid cooling system added to the Raijintek range of products. With several years of experience in liquid cooling product development, Raijintek have completed the concept of the best performing all-in-one CPU cooler for enthusiasts.

 

Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler

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The Raijintek Triton uses a copper water block with a completely new design using a micro channel system with extra large contact fin surfaces and two flow channels giving the best route of liquid flow design. The Triton AIO pump is brand new and exclusive design with a high Q-Max and low dBA combined through a reservoir tank designed with two LED lights inside for the visual aspect and easy refillable locations.

 

 

Not only the pump and water block are based on a new design, but also the radiator architecture which uses a high density 240mm fin design to keep cooling at a maximum, included with a RPM fan controller for the included Raijintek fans specifically designed for the AIO cooler.

Compatible with all modern sockets, by Intel and AMD along with an easy installation process that is very user friendly, suitable for enthusiasts, gamers and casual users. The AIO cooler contains clear liquid which is non-conductive pre-filled in the tubes, with additional bottles of dye if the user prefers to go for a different look or feel choosing from green, red or blue fluid.

 

Raijintek Announces Triton AIO CPU Cooler  

At the moment you can find the Raijintek Triton for £69.95 at overclockers.co.uk.

 


Join the discussion on the Raijintek Triton AIO Water cooler on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

24-09-2014, 09:26:00

barnsley
Still nothing about how easily customisable it is. I'm hoping its like the eisberg but quieter.Quote

24-09-2014, 09:32:18

WYP
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Still nothing about how easily customisable it is. I'm hoping its like the eisberg but quieter.
Yeah, if it is quieter than the coolermaster then we are onto a winner here.

I really want to know how it performs.Quote

24-09-2014, 09:51:06

Wraith
20db on the pump... pretty quiet I'd say and only 70 Notes! That's a tasty meatball, might be worth a "try & fry".Quote

24-09-2014, 10:03:10

Damien c
I like the look of this, will be interesting to see how it performs and see how easy it is to add to the loop.Quote

24-09-2014, 10:32:02

WillSK
Would love to see you test one of these out Tom . See if the h100i and H105 have some competition!Quote
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