We start a new chapter of news of this Computex 2018, first, we will see the new liquid coolers Raijintek Nyx RBW, Orcus RBW and Calore C360D, all based on a design focused on maximizing performance while offering a first-class aesthetic.
Raijintek Nyx RBW, Orcus RBW and Calore C360D
The new liquid-cooled Raijintek Nyx RBW comes to become the top of the German brand’s range. It is a kit with a strong commitment to RGB LED lighting, both in the fans that will be placed above the radiator and in the water block for the processor. This new system is compatible with all current AMD and Intel processors, including the giant Ryzen Threadrippers with up to 16 processing cores, and the new 32-core processors that are already cooking. Raijintek Nyx RBW includes a USB hub for connecting up to 8 fans, making management much easier. This hub is compatible with the lighting management systems of leading motherboard manufacturers.
We are continuing with the new AIO Raijintek Orcus RBW heatsink, an evolution of a model that has been available on the market for some months now. This is an aesthetic update, thanks to the inclusion of an RGB LED lighting system in the processor block and the fans. Raijintek will offer it in 120, 240, 280 and 360 mm versions to suit the needs of all users.
Finally, we have the Raijintek Calore C360D, a radiator that stands out for its thickness of 65 mm, which will give it a huge cooling capacity, making it perfect for users of Intel and AMD processors of 16 cores and more, this heatsink will allow you to achieve greater overclocking without silicon temperature is a problem.
All of them are based on optimized radiators for maximum heat exchange surface area, and a processor block with a perfectly polished pure copper base, ensuring perfect contact with the CPU IHS.