Raijintek Orcus 360 AIO Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Raijintek Orcus 360 AIO Review 

Introduction

It's fair to say that when we get a 360mm AIO land on our doorstep here at OC3D towers, we get more than a little bit "Fizzy" in the underpants department.  The reason for this adolescent "Fizziness" is that although 280mm AIOs are great, there's always a good chance that a 360mm rad based unit will claim the torture test crown.  So what have we here then?  Well, with a thin rad, quiet fans and full RGB integration, including remote control, the Orcus from Raijintek certainly ticks a lot of boxes.  The question is, how will it perform?  For a bit of a hint, let's take a look at those all important Technical Specifications shall we.

 

Technical Specification 

MaterialAluminium Radiator, Copper Contact Plate
Tubing5mm/10.6mm Teflon coated
Dimensions395x120x28mm (LxWxD)
Intel775/115x/1366/201x/2066 CPU (Core™ i3 / i5 / i7 / i9
AMDAM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2 
Fans3x120mm @ 800-1800rpm
AirFlow42.17CFM
Static Pressure1.7mmH20
Noise 23dB(A)

 

Key Features

 

Boy do Raijintek need to get themselves a better translator and Proof reader

  • Best performing, most user friendly and most spot light catch , an AIO liquid cooling system at market
  • All-In-One liquid CPU cooler with external PUMP, copper Water block and Rotating Blade with RGB light
  • New design and External Pump with high Q-max (66 L/H) and no vibration incurred on M/B and CPU
  • Durable and reliable PUMP Bearing type - Ceramic axis
  • Copper water block by micro channel, extra large contact fin area with multiple channels to provide best flow of liquid
  • Cooling fan system with 12025 RGB PWM fans, 8 port control hub and remote controller
  • 8port Control hub with switch of "M/B ; Remote" to provide most usage of RGB lighting control
  • Rotating Blade design with RGB LED inside tank to show water flow and indicates the coolant level
  • 3pcs performing 12025 PWM fans with RGB lighting
  • Specific 11 fan blade design and 8pcs Anti-vibration rubbers

 

 

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24-04-2018, 11:37:11

Permafrost
nice review dude, was thinking about getting my first AIO after 5 years of not using one and this is now on the listQuote
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