Raijintek Ereboss Black Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Raijintek Ereboss Black Review


Having been impressed by the Morpheus GPU cooler we thought we'd turn our sights towards some of the CPU coolers available from Raijintek.  Although they might be considered the new kids on the block they're certainly wasting no time filling out their product portfolio.  On this occasion we'll be looking at the new Black edition of the Ereboss CPU cooler, differing from the release version and the rest of the Raijintek range in that it has a slim line black fan as opposed to the signature Raijintek red and white fan.  Measuring 140x110.5x160mm (WxDxH) the Ereboss is most certainly on the large size, however with the slim line fan being only some 13mm deep Raijintek aim to minimise RAM encroachment issues.  We do have to say though that we have our concerns as to whether this slim fan is capable of producing the sort of static pressures and airflow required to waft the heat away from that huge fin stack.  To give us a better idea of what's going on let's have a look at the full technical Specification

Technical Specification 

 Dimension                    140x110.5x160 mm  [WxDxH]
 Intel LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011 CPU (Core™ i3 / i5 / i7
 AMD FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2                                     
 Weight 808 g [Heat Sink Only]
 Material Nickel Copper Base, Aluminum Alloy; Solder-free fins assembly
 Heat Pipes 6x6mm
 Fan Size 140x150x13 mm
 Speed 650~1400 R.P.M. [PWM controlled]
 Air Flow 44.43~56.55 CFM
 Air Pressure 0.76~1.24 mmH2O
 Noise Level 28 dBA
 Connector 4 pin with PWM
 Voltage Rating 12V
 Starting Voltage 7 V
 Bearing Type Sleeve Bearing


Key Features

Nickel copper base, efficient 6mm Heat-pipe*6 & ultra large dissipating area fin
Super Slim type 14013 PWM fan - 13mm height; Low noise & outstanding air flow as well pressure
Multiple mounting kits for a wide range of sockets
Patent designed holes on fins to provide excellent air flow and cooling efficiency
Dual fans installation option and anti-vibration rubber attached.


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Most Recent Comments

27-08-2014, 06:34:18

£30 savings over the darkrock is worth a bit of a fiddle, you could buy a long screwdriver and a decent fan and get change from that.Quote

27-08-2014, 11:05:57

Looks a lot like the HR-02/HR-02 Macho.Quote

27-08-2014, 12:21:40

Pretty poor work on the fan mounting but given its size I'd say it'll be a good option for passive cooling.Quote

27-08-2014, 12:39:35

I hate those stupid rubber fan mounts. I prefer the metal spring clips to be honest. (mounting and re mounting never seems to be as easy with the rubber ones) still if it performs well its definitely a better option than the lower end aio's "imo" and at £30 its a really good price. cant see much wrong with it to be honest. personal id change to a 120mm fan probably wouldn't worry that much about the static pressure as the fins don't really look like they are that close together soid probably aim for a CFM focused fan with lower rpm, Then stick them in push pull. id imagine you could get the system acceptably cool with lower noise levels like that.Quote

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