Raijintek Triton Review

Up Close: Radiator and Fans assembled

Raijintek Triton Review

Up Close:  Radiator and Fans assembled

The fans attach to the Radiator via long screws.  The screws themselves have unusually small heads so it's likely you're going to need to hunt out a small cross head driver for the job.  As we mentioned earlier, the cowling at one end of the rad had sprung away slightly from the body necessitating that we push it back up against the rad in order to line up the holes with those on the fan 

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With the fans attached the whole assembly becomes 57mm thick, which is thicker than quite a few AIOs on the market and should hopefully translate into decent performance.  With a lot of builds and kit sporting a Red/Black/White colour theme the Triton should cause no concerns blending into your case.

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Most Recent Comments

20-02-2015, 11:35:49

barnsley
Excluding the quality issues that some people have had with them I really quite want to get my hands on one, albeit only for the pump.

Pump+(green)acrylic tubing+ 120mm rad (because thats the only one I can fit) and you've got a great looking AIO. Albeit the single most expensive 120mm AIO ever made..Quote

20-02-2015, 11:39:36

boulard83
Nothing about the use of an aluminium radiator with copper block ? Galvanic corrosion will occur, NM the anti corrosion liquid aditive it will occur over time.Quote

20-02-2015, 11:49:26

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by boulard83 View Post
Nothing about the use of an aluminium radiator with copper block ? Galvanic corrosion will occur, NM the anti corrosion liquid aditive it will occur over time.
Common misconception with modern coolants it wont happen - they would need to be touching and even then its very rare with the modern additives.Quote

20-02-2015, 13:19:03

Thelosouvlakia
I'll get this plus a pair of NFF-12s and hopefully the 8350 will remain cool enoughQuote

20-02-2015, 13:35:11

daletur328
Seems like a good option,with a fan change, for some of the stupidly small cases that are appearing.Quote
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