Raijintek Unleash Huge Range of Products at Computex 2014
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Computex 2014: Raijintek are still fairly new to the market, and while they’ve been steadily releasing a few CPU coolers and a chassis over the last 18 months, 2014 and 2015 is set to be the year their brand really takes off. They’ve brought along with them a huge range of new chassis products, CPU coolers and more, with feature sets that put the competition to shame and prices that made our jaws hit the floor, under cutting every rival in a like for like specifications vs price battle.
Their new water cooler comes pre-filled, features a 280mm radiator, low profiles fans and a very funky reservoir pump design that really stands out from the competition.
The Morpheus GPU cooler, which they claim offers incredible performance, fortunately I’ll be able to put that claim to the test myself very soon as we’re getting one in for review.
A huge new range of CPU air coolers on display, including their stunning black finish, which they claim is unlike anything else on the market today due to the unique way that it is applied. The end result is a stunning aesthetic that should look great in virtually any system build.
The Atlas is one of the best products I’ve seen at the show, priced at around £55 you’ll find room for micro-ATX motherboards, dual slot SLI setups, extra long GPUs, fully filtered air intakes, thick front radiator support, a fully removable motherboard tray, fully modular storage bays, including a separate 2.5″ bay that mounts directly off the back of the bottom fan, cable routing grommets, removable 5.25″ drive bay, USB 3.0, reversible panels, 200mm front fan support, top mounted cooling support, and the list just goes on and on. Best of all this budget friendly, high-end chassis will be available as soon as August this year.
This cute little number is cut from 1.5mm aluminium, features a sleek range of colour choices and good component compatibility that should make for a nice little desktop rig, HTPC or even a LAN gaming rig.