Raijintek Orcus 360 AIO Review
Published: 24th April 2018 | Source: Raijintek | Price: |
Packaging and contents
Like the contents within, the box is pretty substantial, so much so that it even comes with its own carry handle.
With the front of the box showing images of the cooler, the rear has details with regards to technical specification. To be honest, considering the size of the box, the images and text back here are more than a little on the small side and look somewhat lost on the slab like box side.
Raijintek have eschewed the egg box card seen in the packaging of so many AIOs, and have instead opted for expanded foam, which potentially offers more protection
Lifting off the top foam section reveals the goodies within, and boy do we get a lot of goodies.
Aside from the rad and cold plate assembly, you get three eleven bladed 120mm RGB LED fans, all the fixings you'll need to fit the cooler to pretty much any Intel or AMD chip, including AM4. You also get a bottle of coolant, an RGB hub, and a remote control.
Even at this early stage, we're a little bit worried by the instructions. Having had a quick read of them they don't really tell us all the info we need to know, and offer some information that's left us a little confused. For example, remembering that these are the installation instructions, the image on the far right shows us how to add coolant to the system. Does this mean we need to fill or top off the loop before installation? and if so, why isn't it already filled? Or is it just showing us how to top off the loop should we need to, in which case, why is this step included in the installation instructions, and why should we need to top it off anyway?