Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

Introduction

Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

Raijintek is one of the market's smaller CPU cooler manufacturers, especially when compared to global giants like Corsair. To compete Raijintek has specialised themselves to deliver high-value offerings, aiming to provide their customers more value for money than their competition. 

Today we will be looking at one of Raijintek's latest AIO designs, the Orcus RGB, which offers a unique design and a selection of unique features, many of which are not found on more expensive all-in-one liquid coolers. 

While at first glance many will dismiss the Raijintek ORCUS as "just another AIO water cooler", it is obvious that the company is attempting to break the standard liquid cooling mould. First off the pump is not integrated into the RGB water block, unlike designs from Coolit or Asetek, and is instead mounted their pump close to the radiator on the device's tubing, where vibrations will not transfer to other components, dampening the effects of pump vibration. 

The model we have also featured two 120mm RGB fans and an RGB controller, which can be integrated into your system's existing RGB setup using 4-pin RGB cables or controlled using a wireless remote. 

We can also see that Raijintek offers users a bottle of coolant, allowing them to top up their cooler if any fluid is lost over time to evaporation, making the Orcus one of the only refillable AIOs on the market. 

  

Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

 

Two Options - The ORCUS Core or the ORCUS RGB

Raijintek's Orcus cooler ships in two forms, Core and RGB, with the core coming without any fans while the RGB offers two (you guessed it) RGB illuminated 120mm fans. The Core allows users to utilise their existing fans with this unit and gives buyers the opportunity to save a little money at the time of purchase, making it the value option for anyone who has any 120mm fans lying around. 

Both units come with the same RGB cooling block, which offers support for every major CPU socket from both AMD and Intel, aside from TR4/X399.

 

  
Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview  

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Most Recent Comments

08-03-2018, 09:24:32

Peace
Not gonna lie, I really like their ideas! Although I'm not sure if the pump placement was a good choice, but we'll see! Would be perfect if it supported all RGB systems and not only ASUS', but still.

It also seems like many people tend to forget about RGB that you can simply turn it off... The only missing thing would be an opaque or stealth mode, which would turn the transparent material opaque, but that's a thing of the future :PQuote

08-03-2018, 11:26:28

Greenback
like the looks something different. A thought or question if you got a gpu block could you get the right size fittings that the hose on this uses and cut the tubing and connect it in to a gpu blockQuote
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