Reeven Justice (RC-1204) CPU Cooler Review

by - 6 years ago


Final Thoughts


The Reeven Justice, as mentioned, is hard to get hold of in the UK. I would love to see this change however. The RRP comes in at just over £30 for this unit. I certainly think this is quite a lot of cooler for £30 so is worth the price tag. It looks great and although the performance isn’t the best it is certainly able to do its job.


As soon as I opened the box to the Reeven Justice CPU Cooler, I could tell that the design and quality of the product was very good. It has a lovely brushed aluminium finish and a very nice looking fan. There are some little issues that I think could be addressed to make it perform better, such as reducing the gap between the fan and the tower. Installation could be a little easier also, my screwdriver is typical to what a lot of computer builders use and I did struggle to have enough length to screw the cooler down, even with the extension. This could be solved with slightly wider holes or by reducing the height of the cooler. They do give you a spanner that does help a little, but even then it’s a bit tricky. As you can probably tell, I do have a little bit of a soft spot for the Reeven Justice.

I think it doesn’t particularly over exceed in the cooling department, nor is the quietest, but for someone who is happy with a mid-range cooler, with amazing looks, I think this would be the cooler to get.

Unfortunately, despite my love for the aesthetics of this cooler, it doesn’t quite fit into any award categories. I do have two other Reeven products to test, so we will see how they do very soon!


  • Excellent build quality
  • Excellent aesthetics
  • Quiet


  • Can be a little tricky to install
  • Fan could be closer to the tower to increase performance

“The Reeven Justice is a mid-range single tower 120mm cooler that looks like it should be a high-end cooler. If you want something that looks amazing, and performs satisfactory then this is a cooler to consider. I hope these make it across the water to the UK soon. “

Thank you Reeven fo providing us with this sample.

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