Raijintek Triton AIO CPU Water Cooler Now Available

/ 3 years ago


Raijintek have just launched their new Triton CPU water cooling unit. The Triton works like an all-in-one water cooler, but it retains the cool style of a custom water cooling loop. Equipped with a high-quality 240mm Raijintek radiator, 2 x 120mm Raijintek fans, clear pipes to show off your choice of cooling fluid and a unique pump/CPU block design with a clear chamber and internal LED lighting. The cooler comes pre-filled with clear fluid, but it’s also supplied with three dyes to allow you to customise it to your own build.



This is easily one of the best looking CPU coolers I’ve ever seen and I’ve heard rumours from industry friends that the performance is going to blow the competition away. What has really gotten my attention about this cooler, aside from the fact that it looks incredible, aside from the fact that it’s said to offer industry leading performance, is the fact that it is priced at just ÂŁ69.99!


  • 240mm Aluminium Radiator
  • Low-noise pump with graphite pipe
  • Nickel-plated copper cold plate
  • Resevoir with 2 Integrated LED’s
  • Red, Green, Blue or Transparent Coolant
  • 2 x 120mm fans, Manually adjustable
  • Easy & Secure installation
  • Compatible to almost all sockets
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  • Fan Dimension 120 x 120 x 25 (mm)
  • Fan Speed 1000 – 2600 RPM
  • Fan Airflow 38.889 – 100.455 CFM
  • Fan Air Pressure 0.744 -4.819mm H2O
  • Fan Noise Level 21.6 – 41.6 dBA
  • Fan Rated output 0.08 – 0.48 A
  • Power Consumption 0.96 – 5.76 W
  • Connector 3 pin
  • Radiator Dimensions 275 x 120 x 32 (mm)
  • Radiator Material 100% Aluminium
  • Pump Dimensions 38 x 56 x39 (mm)
  • Pump Bearingh Type Graphite Pipe and Ceramix Axis
  • Pump Q-Max 120L/Hr
  • Pump noise 18 dBA
  • Pump Life Expectancy 50,000 hours
  • Pump Speed 3000 RPM @ 12v DC
  • Pump Power 4 W
  • Copper Cold Plate
  • 2 year warranty

The Triton AIO water cooler is already available for pre-order from Overclockers UK and you can expect a full review from us in the very near future.

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10 Responses to “Raijintek Triton AIO CPU Water Cooler Now Available”
  1. Wayne says:

    It looks pretty sweet and it interests me but unfortunately I’m not familiar with any of their products. Their name is pretty unfortunate too.

    • Sven Storck says:

      its a new concern i think. ive heard from them since the last year. I’ve built 5pcs with cpu coolers from them till now. i have to say, its very good. silent and very good performance. and the price is unbeatable

  2. NotTheOtherPony says:

    Is there anything to be gained by using PWM fans?

  3. Zurthor says:

    Bad aluminum rad… why?

  4. mauriceh says:

    Cheaped out and did not use copper and brass radiator?
    There goes about 30% of the perfromance

  5. mauriceh says:

    Cheaped out and did not use copper and brass radiator?
    There goes about 30% of the perfromance

  6. Jose Carlos Gadea says:

    So… did Corsair, NZXT, Cooler Master, etc, paid to every review page on the planet, or what? I’ve only seen a couple of reviews, one in Spanish and a couple in german, and it blows the h100i out of the water for half the price. So, why dont you review it already?

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