Raijintek Tisis Review
Published by Hiwa Pouri on 11.02.14 (32875 reads)
Raijintek is a rather new player when it comes to aftermarket coolers. Nevertheless the guys that are running this business bring years of experience to the table and that's what we see when we have a closer look at their coolers. There have been very few companies that came up with new products that were really good right from the beginning. Meanwhile Raijintek released a second batch of coolers, making competition in the high-end aircooling market a bit tougher. Their flagship is the Tisis, which features five heatpipes with eight millimeter heatpipes and dual tower design. At this point we're curious to see how well this thing performans and also how well it is built.
Lately Raijintek launched a bunch of new CPU coolers, which are there to offer high cooling capacity at an attractive price point. Other than that also the build quality of their new coolers should be on a highly competitive level and overall we're rather curious to see what the new kid on the block is able to come with when it comes to powerful CPU coolers.
Both the base and the heatpipes on the Raijintek Tisis are made from nickel-plated copper. It features five heatpipes with 8 millimeter diameter which are not in direct contact with the CPU but have been routed through a copper base. Raijintek Tisis features dual-tower heatsink design where one 140mm PWM fan is sandwiched between two heatsinks. Both heatsinks are made from aluminum and as you can see, it is clear that this is quite a big CPU cooler with 140x130x166.5mm dimensions. The manufacturing quality is definitely high and the base has a perfect mirror finish.
The dual-tower design on the Raijintek Tisis should be quite good but we will get back to that in our tests. Inlcuded in the bundle there are two 140mm PWM fans, which do their job with up to 1'200 rpm.
The box is made out of solid cardboard and although it is only protected by a plastic shroud our sample arrived without a single dent or any damage whatsoever. The bundled fans have not been attached to the towers while the rest of the mounting components are placed in a separate small box. The bundle includes an installation manual, mounting components, four fan clips, a tube of thermal compound, two 140mm fans and of course the tower heatsink itself.