Raijintek debuts Rhea budget cooling solution

Raijintek, a new company dealing with cooling solutions and created by former employees of Cooler Master and Xigmatek, has announced its latest product – the budget-oriented Rhea processor cooler.

The Rhea measures 93 x 59 x 118 mm and weighs 250 grams. The chassis of the cooler is based on a tower type aluminum heat sink with three 6 mm copper heat pipes directly touching the processor. A 92 mm cooling fan cools the entire structure with the fan spinning at 800-2200 rpm, while pushing up to 57 m3/h of air at noise levels as high as 27.9 dBa. The fan life reaches 40 000 hours.

A peculiarity of the cooling solution is that it only supports Intel LGA 1150, 1155 and 1156 processors. The pricing of the Rhea is unknown.


Source: Raijintek

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