Raijintek Shows Roadmap with New Radiators and AiO Water Coolers

During the recent Computex 2019 in Taiwan, Raijintek presented a roadmap that includes new all-in-one water cooling systems as well as aluminium radiators for high-end water cooling.

The NYX 240 RBW All-in-One water cooling is classified in the premium segment. The relatively compact cooling solution features a 240 mm copper radiator and copper cooler. Most competitive all-in-one, low-cost water coolers feature aluminum radiators that are less durable and have poorer thermal conductivity. In addition, Raijintek has installed a small display on the heat sink of the NYX 240 RBW that informs the user about the temperature. Both the heat sink and the radiator have configurable RGB lighting. The water cooling system will be available from October, with a convincingly high flow rate of 115 l/h. Raijintek has not yet mentioned the prize at the fair.

Customers looking for a cheaper cooling solution can choose EOS 240 RBW or EOS II 240 RBW. Both all-in-one water coolers have the same technical specifications, but differ in design. Instead of a copper radiator, Budget products feature an aluminium radiator. There is no display, but the RGB lighting of the pump and radiator are also built into the cheaper cooling systems.

Radiators with RGB lighting

Individualists who prefer to assemble their own water cooling system from individual components can soon purchase illuminated radiators from Raijintek.

The TEOS 240A RBW made of copper offers space for two 120 mm fans. Thanks to the low height of only 27 mm, the radiator can also be installed in small housings.

In addition, the GYGES 240 and the BIA 200, both manufactured as aluminium, were presented at Computex. The unusual format of the BIA 200 requires a 200 mm axial fan, the GYGES 240 uses 120 mm fans as usual.

Exactly when the products will come onto the market and at what prices Raijintek will offer them was not announced during the fair.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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