Raijintek Triton AIO
Very nice radiator unit but; the hoses are too long / too soft in that they kinked and cut the cooling. My i7 was baking at 87 degrees C when I twigged what the hell was happening to my pc. The constructor of my pc should have known better, I consider myself as having been sold a pup.
Written By William Fowler on Sun 6th Mar 16, 10:16
Update on previous review: WaterCoolingUK have been great and facilitated my refund from Raijintek and a replacement GPU.
They also offered a good deal on one of their watercooling bundles. It was surprisingly easy to assemble and set up, and cools almost 10 degrees better on average than the Triton, which is a huge difference.
Knowing what I know now, I'd have given their kit a go in the first place :)
Written By Michael Capocci on Fri 5th Feb 16, 12:48
I bought one of these in the hope that the later revisions had solved the problem of cracking reservoirs.
Worked flawlessly for nearly 6 months then spontaneously cracked, dribbled onto my graphics card and killed it.
Thankfully watercooling.co.uk are being excellent in helping me claim a replacement GPU from Raijintek - I will update once this is successful.
Written By Michael Capocci on Fri 4th Dec 15, 14:30
Rating of 5 out of 5.
Written By Anonymous on Thu 23rd Apr 15, 14:53
Got this cooler to go into my new build, mATX case, didn\'t fit properly without kinking the tubing ( could have shortened with some DIY ) so decided to use it in my ATX case instead which had a Corsair H110. Was very surprised to see it actually cools around 5-6 degrees better on full stress test, even idols cooler ( even though idol temps don\'t really mean or prove anything ). Looks amazing with the colour added as well. No need for the back plate if installing on a LGA 2011 - kinda confused me why the instructions say you need to install backplate for LGA 2011. There are a few air bubbles in the loop but that didn\'t really bother me, they will sort themselves out after a while I am sure. Don\'t delay, purchase today whilst they have them in stock!
Written By Mick on Tue 3rd Feb 15, 18:29
Working well. But...
Right let me first say this product is nice. It has a good looking aesthetic, it came with no fin damage ,was nicely packaged and gave good performance.
Now here are my issues. The fans that came with the product were not the ones shown in all the pictures they were some janky generic ones you\'d expect to find a cheap PC.. This for a start annoyed it. After taking it out and looking over it I noticed a few small bits floating around the loop but nothing major. The main issue that me and a friend found was there was a **** load of air in the system which I had to spend 30 minutes bleeding out, which also means the warranty stick had to be removed even though I wasn\'t adding dye to the water.
After I bleed as much as I could there is still a lot of air. I will have to empty the entire loop and fill it up my self properly and I hope the water has anti corrosion fluids... Final thoughts? I\'m still happy with the system and have no plans to return it.
Written By Matt Brown on Tue 30th Dec 14, 18:31
Got this to replace my old NH-D14 and it did a good job at it. This product is in my opinion much prettier than all asetek alike units. Temps with small OC (i5 ivy 4.2-1.21v) on min fan RPM 56.25, max RPM 51.75 vs Noctua\'s 59.75 (12vfans) after 30min OCCT.On the plus points - Good build quality (looks more like custom WC loop), customization options with coloured dyes and 2 LED\'s, also might be possible to change rad as there are compression fittings on it, easy installation, very good temperatures, comes with fan controller as well. On the minus points pump could be quieter and most important - if you open the cap to add the colour you loose warranty. Hope that will help if you\'r considering buying this product. I had it on black Friday sale for 60£ and for that price it\'s a steal. No-brainer 5* product for me.
Written By Kris on Sun 7th Dec 14, 16:57
I decided to wait for this to be released before my first venture into water cooling, and I\'m very glad I did. It cools far, far better than my last fan and heatsink.
I\'m running an i5 2500k overclocked to 4.5GHz. Performing a Prime95 torture test with this and it\'s barely hitting 50°C at full load, with my old cooler I\'d be lucky to stay below 80 at 4.2GHz! That\'s a 30°C difference which is miles better than I was expecting.
All in all, highly recommended.
Written By Alex R on Wed 26th Nov 14, 23:51
RAIJINTEK Triton Complete Water Cooling Kit - 240mm
I got one of these just to try to see what the others said about this was ok what they were say and I can only say there right theses are brilliant very easy to set up and the temps you wouldn\'t believe id go to say better than a corsair h100i id recommend this unit to any body.10/10 from me
Written By kennethblanchard on Wed 26th Nov 14, 16:31
Simple and effective
I didnt have much hope for this kit to be honest, i was utterly blown away though, this cools so much better than i thought it would. So cheap as well.
Recommended 5 star
Written By Simon Dew on Thu 20th Nov 14, 21:40
love this for the price
I was fortunate enough to get one of these from Raijintek to review for my channel on You Tube, i really love the product, the build quality and even more so the price tag.
We reviewed this best on test. I\'m glad to see wcuk supporting the product launch!
Written By Craig Raul on Thu 13th Nov 14, 21:48