Raijintek announces first company liquid cooling solution
The new kid on the block of cooling solutions Raijintek has announced the Triton AIO cooler, which happens to be the company’s first liquid AIO cooling solution ever. The new company product is backed by a few years of research and the people at Raijintek believe they have completed the concept of the best performing all-in-one liquid CPU cooler.
The Raijintek Triton employs a copper water block with a completely new design that makes use of a micro channel system with extra large contact fin surfaces and two flow channels that give the best route of liquid flow design. The pump of the Triton is also brand new and features an exclusive design with a high Q-Max and low dBa along a reservoir tank with two LED lights inside for great looks and easy refilling.
The radiator of the Raijintek Triton sports a fancy design too – it has a high density 240 mm fin design that improves cooling to the maximum and includes a RPM fan controller for the Raijintek fans employed in the Triton. In case you need more information here’s some hard technical data – the Triton is available in three colors for the liquid – green, red and blue. The pump measures 38 x 56 x 39 mm and produces 20 dBa of noise, featuring life expectancy of 50 000 hours. It needs 4W of power and includes graphite pipe and ceramic axis and is capable of pushing 120 liters of liquid per hour. The radiator measures 275 x 120 x 32 mm, while the fan employed measures 120 x 120 x 25 mm and spins at 1000-2600 rpm, pushing 39-100 CFM. The fan makes between 21.6 dBa and 36.6 dBa of noise and has a 3-pin connector.
The new Raijintek Triton cooler is compatible with all modern Intel and AMD sockets and processors and features an easy installation process. Unfortunately its price is unknown as of now.