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Raijintek Morpheus VGA Cooler Revealed



/ 3 years ago

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Raijintek is still something of a newcomer to the cooling market, but while they’ve only got a year or two under their belt, they’ve done nothing but amaze us with their wallet friendly prices, stylish yet simple designs and award-winning performance, pretty much everything you could want from a cooling product. Now they’re taking a detour from the CPU cooling market to try their hand at VGA cooling with their latest product, the Morpheus.

The Morpheus features a universal VGA mounting design and comes bundled with 24 small heatsinks for memory chips and MOSFETs, the GPU chip is cooled with a huge bank of 129 aluminium fins that will run the length of your card. The fins are fed via six 6mm nickel-plated copper heat pipes and a nickel-plated copper contact base. The who thing is actually pretty huge, with the capability of mounting two 120mm fans along the top of it, given that most 120mm fans are 25mm thick (you can get thinner), you would need at least three PCI bays to squeeze this and your GPU into your system.

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The Morpheus supports nearly all of the latest and greatest cards, including the Radeon R9 290 series, R9 280 series, R9 270 series, HD 7900 series, HD 7800 series; GeForce GTX TITAN and TITAN Black, GTX 780 and 780 Ti, GTX 770, GTX 760, GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660 Ti, and more. Measuring 254 mm x 98 mm x 44 mm (WxDxH), the main heatsink weighs 515 g.

We’ll get in touch with Raijintek as soon as possible to see if we can get one of these in for review, as I’m eager to see if it’s as good as their CPU cooling products.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

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  • Wayne

    While I can’t comment on it’s performance obviously I think it’s just too damn heavy. Before you know it your card has bowed and the traces are broken. It should have a bracing bar to reinforce the card.