Raijintek Atlantis Series Custom Loop Water Cooling Review

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Raijintek Atlantis Series Custom Loop Water Cooling Review

Air cooling is big business, with the majority of systems running some kind of stock or tower air cooler to get the job done, and this is perfectly fine as air is more than capable of running a systems cooling needs, at least for most people. Up from that, you’ve got AIO water coolers, offering increased cooling performance that can keep your system running cooler and quieter, as well as giving you headroom to overclock your system. However, today we’ll be going to the top level with custom loop water cooling hardware from Raijintek, taking a look at the latest components in their Atlantis series.

The Atlantis series features blocks, pumps, reservoirs, and liquid, giving you all the core components required for a custom loop cooling system, with the exception of needing to source your own radiators, fans, and tubing, but that’s easily done.

Raijintek Atlantis Series

  • RAI-R10 10CM Reservoir
  • RAI-PM5 Pump
  • GWB-C1 GPU Water Block
  • CWB-C1 CPU Water Block
  • RAIAQUA-T1 Fluid


Today we’ll be using the latest Raijintek hardware to build ourselves a custom loop, and while custom loop hardware performance can vary wildly based on the radiators, fans and other hardware you use, we’ll be looking for easy of installation, build quality, style and many other aspects here today to make our judgement. So let’s get to the good stuff, open some boxes and take a closer look at what we have.

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One Response to “Raijintek Atlantis Series Custom Loop Water Cooling Review”
  1. mack says:

    My gtx 465, 580, and 970 won’t even run stock without the factory VRM. With the 970 with-out the factory installed memory cooling plates it is unstable at +120 OC, with the stock mem cooling it’s good for 500+. Universal GPU waterblocks that require the removal of the memory cooler are a waste of money and produce overall worse performance than the stock air cooling. I have tried a few of the universal GPU blocks starting with a swiftech on a 8800 GT and results are always disappointing for the money spent.

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