Raijintek, a smaller company, popped up on our radar as we wandered the halls of Nangang Exhibition Centre in Taipei. Small cases.. slim radiators.. value oriented water blocks? We decided to take a deeper look, and here’s what we found!
Two SFF cases caught our eye. Tempered glass and RGB abound of course, but the designs are clean and understated.
Using Li-Heat risers, these relatively small cases are designed with aesthetics firmly in mind.
That’s a 25mm thick, 360 AIO cooler.
Li-Heat and Raijintek have been working together on products such as this right angle GPU mounting solution.
A 25mm thick, 2×120 radiator was also on display. Available in copper and aluminium (pictured) options, these are a viable option for watercooling in some tighter cases!
25mm thick, niiiiiice!
The radiator uses the usual G1/4 thread fittings!
CPU and full board blocks with a value orientation abound including support for the TR4 platform.
Sleeved cable options are another product Raijintek is offering, including this perfect SFFn Red. (Well, we think they meant to do SFFn Red!).
A 120mm downdraught cooler was on show.
Maxing out at 55mm high with 6 heatpipes and a satin black finish. I do worry about the super slim fan though.
RGB fittings, of course. Raijintek offer a RGB hub that can run standalone, or set to be compatible with any of the usual RGB headers on motherboards.
Rainbow LEDs.. Someone is avoiding the RGB branding!
Another look at the slim 3×120 AIO’s radiator and pump-block.
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