Raijintek Orcus 240mm AIO Cooler Review
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
A Closer Look
Without a doubt, this is one cool looking product. A lot of thought has gone into the aesthetics, and it’s pretty unique overall. The obvious change here is the pump that is mounted to the hoses, it’s an interesting design.
The CPU block looks nice, with a unique shape and a window over the top.
On the inside, you can see an impeller that will spin as the fluid runs through the CPU block. This looks cool but also allows you to ensure that liquid is flowing.
The compact pump design is certainly different. It pumps fluid in a way that shouldn’t cause any vibrations in the radiator or motherboard, which could make it quieter too.
The quality of the tubing is excellent too, with a glossy and thick braiding to keep everything protected.
The radiator uses a 240mm design, which supports 240mm fans on either side.
There’s a massive CPU contact plate too, so it will provide excellent coverage for your CPU of choice. Large contact plate and a big radiator should mean heat leaves your system quickly.
The fans are gorgeous even with the lighting turned off. They mount using the included screws, and anti-vibration mounts should help reduce unwanted noise.
The lighting on the fans looks great too. You can turn it off at will, control it with the RGB header on your motherboard, or with the remote control. At the touch of a button, you can dial in your favourite colours and effects. Any lighting applies to both the fans, as well as the CPU block. Pictures speak a 1000 words when it comes to RGB, so enjoy a few pictures, then we’ll find out how it performs!