Result and general impression …
The water cooling of Triton Raijintek does not need to fear its competitors. Although Raijintek should be a little bit more generous in the terms of the guarantee policies with respect to the refilling possibility, so the cooling provides a rare opportunity to do so even without including the manufacturer.
Also in view of the low purchase price we can recommend the Triton Water cooling with a clear conscience. Alternatively, you could order the Raijintek Triton Core 0R100023 set without fans, and then buy two high-quality PWM fans.
All in all, the Raijintek Triton AIO water cooler has a relatively easy installation, good cooling results, plus some bling, bling, at an affordable price.
Hint: In the interactive Fit for Fan guide you can virtually check each cooler on different motherboards, the Raijintek Triton will be added with the next update as well.
* A direct comparison to our previously tested coolers is not possible, because the test system has changed fundamentally in the meantime. Nevertheless our CPU coolerchart* is here again with a comprehensive CPU cooler comparison.
The sound samples of the Raijintek Triton AIO water cooler are added soon !
The sound of AIO water coolers:
Here is a MP3 recording of the Enermax Liqtech 240 at maximum speed:
Here is a MP3 recording of the Enermax Liqtech 240 at medium speed:
Here is a MP3 recording of the Enermax Liqtech 240 at lowest speed:
And here is a MP3 recording of the Enermax Liqtech 240 pump:
To compare the cooler sound:
Here is a MP3 recording of the Titan Fenrir Siberia cooler with two fans at medium speed:
MP3 recording of the Antec Kuehler H2O 920 water cooler at medium speed:
MP3 recording of the Cooler Master Nepton 140XL water cooler at medium speed:
And then listen to the start of a Asetek Vapochill LS compressor cooler: