Raijintek Triton Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Raijintek Triton Review


With so many AIOs available it must be hard for the chaps in marketing to come up with something different that defines their product and separates it from the pack.  Some go for cost, others for outright performance or low noise.  Raijintek on the other hand have done something we've not seen thus far and have to some extent blurred the lines between AIO and custom loop just that little bit more.  Hop on line and purchase yourself a Triton AIO and not only will you get a twin fan 240mm rad based AIO with conventional compression fittings, but you'll also get a set of 3 coolant dyes which will allow you to mix up and change your coolant to any colour of the rainbow (or a sort of muddy brown if it works the same way as when you mix paint in art class as a kid).  Muddy brown worries aside. For just a smidge over £60 that's not a bad little deal.  Question is though, will the Triton still have it where it counts or will it be a Technicolor turd?  Only time, and the torture tests will tell. 


Technical Specification

 Intel 775, 115x, 1366, 201x,
 AMD FM2, FM2+, FM1, AM3, AM2, AM2+, AM2
 Radiator Dimensions 275x120x32mm (LxWxD)
 Materials Aluminium Rad, Copper and acrylic water block
 Total liquid capacity 350ml
 Total weight 1500g
 Fan Speed 1000-2600rpm
 Fan Airflow 38.889-100.455 CFM
 Fan Pressure 0.744-4.819mmH2O
 Fan Noise level 21.6-36.6d(B)A
 Pump Dimensions 38x56x39mm
 Q-max 120L/Hour
 Pump Noise 20d(B)A
 Pump Speed 3000rpm at 12v
 Pump power consumption 4W
 Tubing 9.5mm ID/12.5mm OD


Key Features

  • Best performing, expandable and most user friendly AIO liquid cooling system at market

  • All-In-One liquid CPU cooler with new PUMP, Water block and Tank design

  • New design and exclusive PUMP with high Q-max (120 L/H) and Low noise level (20 dBA)

  • Durable and reliable PUMP Bearing type - Graphite Pipe and Ceramic axis and 50K hours life expectancy

  • New design of Copper water block by micro channel, extra large contact fin area with 2 channels to provide best flow of liquid

  • 3 solo parts but best combined together to one set:  PUMP,  Water block & Tank

  • High density fin radiator (240mm)

  • 2pcs performing 12025 wide PWM RPM range fans with fan controller

  • 350ml high capacity coolants pre-filled and re-fill design

  • 3 bottles of different color coolant attached for user choosing

  • 2pcs LED lights inside the tank

  • Solid mounting kits to provide sturdy installation

  • Multiple mounting kits for modern sockets of INTEL & AMD CPU

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Most Recent Comments

20-02-2015, 16:35:49

Excluding the quality issues that some people have had with them I really quite want to get my hands on one, albeit only for the pump.

Pump+(green)acrylic tubing+ 120mm rad (because thats the only one I can fit) and you've got a great looking AIO. Albeit the single most expensive 120mm AIO ever made..Quote

20-02-2015, 16:39:36

Nothing about the use of an aluminium radiator with copper block ? Galvanic corrosion will occur, NM the anti corrosion liquid aditive it will occur over time.Quote

20-02-2015, 16:49:26

Originally Posted by boulard83 View Post
Nothing about the use of an aluminium radiator with copper block ? Galvanic corrosion will occur, NM the anti corrosion liquid aditive it will occur over time.
Common misconception with modern coolants it wont happen - they would need to be touching and even then its very rare with the modern additives.Quote

20-02-2015, 18:19:03

I'll get this plus a pair of NFF-12s and hopefully the 8350 will remain cool enoughQuote

20-02-2015, 18:35:11

Seems like a good option,with a fan change, for some of the stupidly small cases that are appearing.Quote

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