Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

RGB - How it works, can it be integrated into existing RGB packages

Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview

RGB - How it works, can it be integrated into existing RGB packages

When powered on, the ORCUS' RGB functionality is a real sight to behold, especially on the unit's CPU block, where it is complemented by the unit's flow indicator, creating a mesmerising spinning motion (you will understand if you watch our preview video). 

Using the unit's RGB controller, users can choose between static, breathing or flashing colours across the RGB spectrum, with separate controls for brightness and the speed of any selected lighting mode. Additional control options are available when used with RGB software solution like ASUS Aura, though these functions will work with any other software utility that supports 4-pin RGB headers. 

  Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview


Please note that Raigintek's RGB lighting can only be controlled by software or through the supplied remote control, not both, with the unit containing a switch which can toggle the controller between both modes. Raijintek's control unit can be used to control up to eight RGB devices, including fans, the ORCUS' pump, and LED strips. The controller supports anything that can make use of its 4-pin RGB headers. 

In practice, both the block and fans offer similar levels of illumination and identical colouring, though this is not conveyed well on photographs.    

  
Raijintek ORCUS RGB 240mm AIO Preview  

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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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