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Raijintek Adios, Themis and Ereboss CPU Cooler Review

Rating: 8.5.

Today we are going to look at a complete range of CPU coolers which have just been released by a new brand to the market – Raijintek. They are designed to offer excellent performance and efficiency at a reasonable price, and are targeted at avid PC users looking to get a good cooler without breaking the bank.

You would be forgiven for not having heard of Raijintek before, however they claim that you will be hearing a lot more about them in the future.  The company has been founded by some former employees of Cooler Master and Xigmatek, meaning the Raijintek team have a great deal of knowledge and experience in the cooling market.


The Raijintek range has been picked up exclusively by Overclockers in the UK who are making the coolers available to their massive customer base. We look forward to seeing how they perform in our tests as it isn’t often we get the chance to test new products from an ‘unknown’ brand with such a rich management history.

We will go into detail about the features and specifications of each cooler on the pages we have dedicated to them later on in the review.

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  • Jim

    They would look good with a white and red NZXT case. Maybe they should make a matching case. I know xigmatek and cooler master do, so they must have the skills

  • Davis

    Well they certainly stand out, noctua colours dont appeal to me either, but that hasnt stopped them selling well.

    Good price points, the fans seem decent, unlike my thermaltake frio fans which I had to replace 🙁

  • Indloon

    The mounting process seems ok, how does it rate against Noctuas?