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Raijintek Morpheus GPU Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are going to take a look at the first GPU cooler from Raijintek, the Morpheus. This is a high end model which has been designed to compete with the best coolers on the market from the likes of Arctic, although Raijintek offer it as a ‘heatsink only' model without any fans.

We have tested a number of quality GPU coolers in previous months, including both air and liquid cooled models. We are excited to see how the Raijintek Morpheus compares to other models from more established players in the market.  We are particularly interested to see how it compares to the Accelero Xtreme IV, the flagship cooler from Arctic Cooling.

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Specification

  • Compatibility (AMD): Hawaii Chip (R9 290x/290, R9 270x/270) Curacao Chip (HD 7850, 7870 xt)
  • Compatibility (nVidia): Kepler Chip (GTX 650, 660, 660Ti, 680, 760, 760, 770, 780)
  • Cooling Capacity: 360 watts TDP
  • 12 pcs copper heat pipers and 129 fins for efficient heat dissipation
  • 24 pcs heat-sink for RAM & 1 heat-sink for VRM
  • Thermal adhesive to lower RAM and VRM temperatue significantly and assure proper bond.
  • Supports: 2 x 120mm Fan
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 254x98x44 mm
  • Weight: 515g

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4 comments

  1. Why not put the 7V results for the Arctic in the noise chart? As for not commenting on the noise… don’t you mean to say that noise is actually better with this one precisely because you can use more efficient fans? Of course, then there is a cost-performance ratio. You really should have tested this with a pair of budget sleeve fans also, not just expensive Noctuas. The $4 Thermaltake fans from Micro Center would be a good choice.

  2. Where can I buy this? Thank you.

  3. i use i for almost a year on a Direct CU 280X nad 2x phantakes fans for 9 EUr each they are not hear able not even on 100%speed and really happy with it the heat dont go over 60 deg not even in hot summer days now looking to purchase another one since i going to upgrade my system for another GPU . can only recommend it since it is better than arctic accelero since when the fans will be broken yo ucan easly replace them of any other and dont need to purchase expansive replacement part

  4. The cooler is posiblly more efficent than arctic ones but only if u have case fans set at a minimum speed. I know this because i mode my gtx 1070 with 2×120 fans and the gpu temp gets very fast to 65°C and then the case fan kick and go from 300 rpm to 600 rpm and the temperature drops fast to 50°C. This cooler is very dependant on case air flow so because test methodology implied that case fans should not run this cooler was penalized more. That is why Ive seen this cooler beating arctic coolers in another review