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RAIJINTEK Triton 360 Review

Posted February 25, 2016 by Josh Jackson in Cooling


Price at time of Review: $139.90 on Newegg


Decent Cooling Performance, Looks more like a Custom Loop than a CLC, Can Open the Loop to add Components, Easy to Install, Customize-able Coolant Color, Nice Location for Fill Port


AMD Bracket poorly Designed, Below Average TIM included, Tubing is a little too Flexible which can lead to Kinking if not installed right
This is a great start for RAIJINTEK and feels like a notch above any CLC overall. It would be a good first step for a builder's INTEL system that would like to expand to components beyond the CPU down the road, but until the bracket is re-designed AMD users should shy away from it.
by Josh Jackson
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Triton 360 (20)Oh no! Not another all-in-one unit!?! It’s completely understandable if you’re thinking that right now. We’ve gone from a couple of years ago of having a few limited options, to having so many entries in the cooling market that it will make your head spin. RAIJINTEK is a pretty new name in the AIO industry and they have a lot going against them already just by entering the fray this late in the game. On the other hand, it looks like they’re heading in the right direction with their Triton 360 series. We’ll begin looking into the unit in more detail shortly, but before we do, let’s take a second to hear what RAIJINTEK has to say about themselves and their philosophy.About RaijintekAlso, if you like videos, check out The Hardware Hound’s review below. It follows more of the larger points, but keep reading to get the full breakdown on the Triton 360.



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