Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler Review
Our friend Tony over at Raijintek sent us three of their newest CPU coolers. Raijintek is a newly established company this year and they aim to provide IT and lifestyle products starting with these CPU coolers they gave us which are named the Adios, Ereboss and the Themis. We love the fact that more and more players are checking in to compete with existing brands and makers of IT products. Raijintek offers these coolers at a very interesting price point which should make the other brands think twice about pricing their coolers high. We aren't going to be reviewing all three at the same time, thus we would be starting with the biggest model of the group, the Raijintek Ereboss CPU cooler. Let us see how this cooler performs against some of the reigning coolers today.
The Raijintek Ereboss is a small cooler compared to the likes DeepCool Assassin, Noctua NH-D14 and other similar coolers that use 140mm fans. Raijintek took the typical tower design and added large platform aluminum fins to increase the overall cooling performance. It is paired with a thin 140mm PWM fan which can spin as low as 650 RPM to keep things quiet. You might be wondering if a single fan is enough to equal a top performing cooler. We will find out shortly.
Raijintek’s take on the Ereboss
A giant heat-sink with world's top slim type 14013 fan, is an extremely good C/P value cooler. "Designed in Germany", Ereboss is manufactured to provide users an awesome performance but at a great price point. Its' fan mate is 14013, world's top slim type 140mm fan-13mm thickness, but provide outstanding cooling air flow. With multiple mounting kits, giant dissipating fin area and outstanding performance, Ereboss is your best choice of cooling partner.