Raijintek adds a new case to its paean series. The Paean Premium offers the possibility of an extensive water cooling of the DIY style. These types of cases are rather rare and now there is another one.
Ordinary space for ventilation and cooling
Like the other models of the paean series, the case is coated all over in black inside and outside. The reinforced structural design, which is made of 2 mm aluminum and 0.8 mm steel, is also retained in the Paean Premium. Features include front and side panels with 4 mm tempered tempered glass. The new Paean Premium ATX case is especially suitable for users who want to equip their PC with the most powerful components. No matter what size, the combination possibilities in the Paean Premium are countless. The new Raijintek case offers plenty of space for extensive ventilation and cooling. The great support of the cooling options offers room for up to 13 fans. Three 120 mm fans can be attached to the front and top of the case. Features include a 120/140mm fan on the back of the case and six additional 120mm fans on the bottom. There is not only plenty of space for ventilation, but also for radiators, thus allowing the installation of up to 2x 280/360 mm radiators at the bottom and one 280/360 mm radiator at the top. The pump mounting holes can also be used to mount a 360-distro plate on the front and a D5 pump/container. This leaves nothing to be desired. The top and bottom of the Raijintek Paean Premium also have large openings for a higher airflow.
Radiators instead of power supply
The special feature of the Raijintek Paean Premium is that radiators can be accommodated in the bottom part instead of a power supply unit. Two 360 mm radiators with a thickness of 28 mm can be accommodated in the bottom part of the case. The bottom part is thermally decoupled from the rest of the interior to the largest part, because the air flow is conducted laterally in this plane. An additional radiator of this size can then be placed under the lid or next to the mainboard. To avoid a collision with a possibly long graphics card it is placed offset to the mainboard.
The case offers space for 430 mm VGA cards and supports CPU coolers up to a maximum height of 170 mm. It also has a USB 3.0 port (USB 3.2 Gen 1), two USB 3.0 ports (USB 3.2 Gen 1) and an HD audio port. The power supply unit and two HDD brackets for one 2.5″ or 3.5″ drive each move behind the mainboard. This was also the case with the previous paean cases. The new Raijintek Paean Premium is particularly suitable for enthusiasts who are willing to pay the cost of a distro plate to cover the unsightly hole in the case. The price of the case should be above the 200 Euro mark. However, Raijintek hasn’t yet announced a more precise price because of the price.