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Raijintek ORCUS 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

When it comes to coolers, Raijintek has always done things a little differently and the Orcus 240 is no exception. Compared to other AIO liquid coolers available the Orcus 240’s CPU block features a small porthole window through which you can see a liquid flow indicator, certainly a useful inclusion to ensure everything is running smoothly, and the pump, rather than being installed in either the block, or the radiator is in line, running midway down the tubing.

The Orcus 240 is also maintainable, with an inlet for topping up the coolant which really sets it apart from the competition but following similar current trends still comes complete with RGB fans, and RGB LEDs built into the CPU block. Priced at £89.99 you do seem to get quite a bit of bang for your buck, but it will be really interesting to see if these unique features actually aid in performance or functionality, or if there’s a reason Raijintek is the only manufacturer implementing them.

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Specification:

  • Model: ORCUS 240
  • Radiator Material: Aluminum
  • Radiator Dimensions: 272 × 120 x 27mm
  • Tubing Length: 350mm
  • Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
  • Fan Speed: 800 – 18,00 RPM (PWM)
  • Fan Air Flow: 42.17 CFM (Max)
  • Fan Noise Level: 23 dBA
  • Fan Connector: 4-Pin (PWM), 4-Pin (RGB)
  • Pump Connector: 3-Pin Pump cable
  • Pump Dimension: 69.5 x 40 x 33 mm
  • Accessories: 8 port RGB LED Hub, Remote Controller, Connecting to M/B RGB Cable
  • Intel socket compatibility: Intel LGA 775, 115x, 1366, 201x, 2066 CPU
  • AMD socket compatibility: AMD AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2

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