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Raijintek Ereboss

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Posted July 29, 2013 by Kevin in Cooling
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With the aim of designing high-end products for Lifestyle , Computer and Day-to-Day usage, RAIJINTEK was established in 2013 to accomplish the future of IT and Lifestyle products.

This task and aim allows us to grow into a global brand. Not only do we provide highly recommended IT products but we also have Gaming Gear, like Chassis and PSUs, and Lifestyle products for Smartphones and all your tablet PCs. Fully dedicated to developing the best products for global users, RAIJINTEK’s R&D team never forgets the aim to provide a user-friendly and well-performing product. With decades of experience in the industry, RAIJINTEK management would also never jeopardize the high service- and product quality our customers deserve.

Founded in 2013, Raijintek is a newcomer to the world of PC parts and peripherals. A unique look and exceptional price to performance products had them burst onto the scene with aplomb. Being new to the market makes Raijintek an interesting company to watch as their competitors, having been around for many years, are predictable while Raijintek still has the ability to surprise.

Having targeted the entry to mid-level CPU-cooling market with their initial product launch, the Aidos, Themis, and Ereboss make up their first round of CPU coolers with additional products to follow. Raijintek, offering up solid products and the desire to expand, could soon become a force to be reckoned with in the PC-enthusiast market. Looking toward the future, I have high hopes and can’t wait to see what they come up with as everything I have seen thus far is only the beginning.

Today’s review will focus on the Ereboss cooler—Raijintek’s current top cooler. Making use of a 140 mm x 13 mm fan with a large surface area for heat dissipation, I have to say that my initial reaction is not one of excitement. I am, instead, puzzled by the design. However, sporting such a large aluminum fin stack with six 6 mm heatpipes, this cooler could surprise. With specs that look promising, and a flashy color scheme, the Ereboss seeks to impress, so let’s see what it has to offer before passing judgment as looks can truly be deceiving.

 

Full Review: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Raijintek/Ereboss/



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