Raijintek Triton AIO CPU Cooler Review

Final Thoughts


Price

The Raijintek Triton AIO can be found at overclockers.co.uk £69.95 here in the UK. I think this is a very good price for what you are getting; great performance, excellent looks with colour customisation and an expandable loop.

Overview

The Raijintek Triton is a great looking AIO cooler which really does do everything that we expect of it and more. Idle temps at stock are excellent, even with the fans turned to their minimum setting; you could run this cooler almost silent most of the time.

The ability to be able to add a GPU into the loop with a couple of fittings and a length of tube also makes this an attractive purchase. To top it all off you get a lovely set of dyes to ensure that your cooler matches your build.

When you overclock, temperatures increase and so does the volume of the cooler, at 100% it is very loud, but I very much doubt you will ever need to run it at these fan speeds. You will be able to find a happy medium between temperatures and volume at around 50% fan speed and here the sound levels are perfectly acceptable.

Pros

  • Excellent build quality
  • Great aesthetics
  • Simple to install
  • Expandable
  • Customisable

Cons

  • Thermal paste comes in a sachet rather than syringe.

Neutral

  • Fans loud at 100%, but that’s true of most fans and you have a fan controller to dictate their max RPM

” The Raijintek Triton AIO is an excellent cooler! It’s customisable, expandable and performs excellently. It is a great choice for anyone who is looking to starting their adventure with water cooling, without to spending a fortune.”

Thank you Raijintek for providing us with this sample.