Raijintek Reveal a Vast Range of New Products at Computex 2019




/ 5 months ago

Raijintek

It wouldn’t be Computex without an absolute truckload of new products from PC titans Raijintek. They’ve always had a fine selection of everything from custom loop to extreme PC cases, and this year is shaping up to be no exception.

ENYO

First up, we have their gigantic Enyo EE-ATX open frame chassis. With room for a ridiculous number of 120mm or 140mm fans. Can you guess how many? Higher, it’s 23 fans!!! It’ll also handle dual ATX power supplies, graphics cards of up to 700mm, not that there are any that large. There’s also room for extensive radiators, custom loop hardware and airflow.

Metis Evo

On the more modest end of the scale, we have the stylish Metis Evo. This will come in a choice of black or white finishes, both of which look superb. The front panel features a massive 200mm fan for comprehensive airflow. However, you can still install 240mm radiators in the front too.

It’ll support mini-ITX motherboards, with an ATX PSU, and large CPU coolers up to 190mm tall.

Ophion M Evo TGB

Now this one I do love, it’s a lovely mATX or ATX variant case. It comes with 2mm aluminium exterior on a SPCC solid frame. It’ll handle 410mm GPUs, ATX PSU, and the big version still has room for an 360mm radiator too.

ERIS EVO

Getting back to the truly massive and bonkers stuff, we have the ERIS Evo. This full aluminium with a “hair-silk” finish mounted over a 1.5mm solid steel internal frame. This thing is seriously robust, and comes with support for some pretty serious hardware. It’ll handle EE-ATX motherboards, dual ATX PSUs, four full-length cards for QUAD SLI, and even has dual system support.

PONOS MS

Ophion M Evo ALS

Not fussed about RGB and tempered glass? This 2mm aluminium chassis can support 410mm GPUs, 360mm radiators, and more.

AURAS Workstation

Another titan of a chassis is the AURAS. Again, extensive hardware and cooling support. It’s built for high-performance workstations and enthusiast gaming systems. Albeit, ideal for those who want to drop some serious coin on their hardware too.

Hypnos Alu

Their new 240mm aluminium radiators. They’re equipped with a 12-set wide alu.tube design. They feature high-density fins, chambers and housing all from aluminium. They’re meant to be fantastic for cooling, but they also look stunning too!

Fittings and Fixtures

NYX 240 RBW AIO

Their latest AIO coolest come with a more robust pump/block design too. I love the ARGB stripe on the block, but also those lovely new Raijintek ring LED fans really splash the colour about too.

ICE D5 TS

The new D5 pump design comes built into their new glass reservoir. It’ll pump 1000 L/hour too.

EOS I 240 RBW

This is one of my favourites though. A durable 240mm AIO cooler, that has one of the coolest pump housings I’ve seen in a long time. Perfect for matching up with those clockwork designs on ASRock motherboards.

Computex 2019

We just want to say a massive thank you to our sponsors for Computex 2019EKTaitraPatriotCorsair and Viper Gaming. We’ll be bringing you the latest products and news for all these brands and many more while we’re in Taiwan. Check out our Computex 2019 event page for the latest!

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