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Raijintek Aidos & Themis CPU Coolers Review

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   One of the best things the PC industry has to offer is that no matter how many manufacturers there are around at any given time new ones always rise to strengthen the competition and make more options available for consumers. Such events are especially good whenever people who have spent several years working for some of the leading manufacturers come together to share their massive experience in order to create something they can call their own. Raijintek is one such brand formed by people who used to work for CoolerMaster and Xigmatek and it was officially revealed to the public just a few days ago along with the introduction of their first 5 products 4 of which are CPU Air Coolers (Aidos, Themis, Themis Evo and Ereboss) and one is an 130mm case fan (Aeolus α). Today we will be taking a look at the two smaller models of the line that arrived here roughly a week ago the Aidos and Themis CPU Coolers.

 

   With the aim of designing high-end products for Lifestyle , Computer and Day-to-Day usage, RAIJINTEK was established in 2013 to accomplishes the future of IT and Lifestyle products. This task and aim lead us grow and toward a global brand. Not only highly recommended IT products but we also provide Gaming Gear such as Chassis, PSU’s and Lifestyle products for Smartphones and all your tablet PC’s. Fully dedicated to develope best Products for global users, RAIJINTEK’s R&D team never forget the aim to provide a friendly and performing product. Decades experience in industry, RAIJINTEK management would never give up service and product quality to value customers. Alliances with strong partners and global suppliers, RAIDEN is able to achieve its aim - the future of IT and Lifestyle products for all valuable customers.

 

   Both the Aidos and the Themis are tower design CPU Air Coolers so the good news from the get go is that you can use a 2nd fan in push and pull configuration if you want increased cooling efficiency. Both models also feature Raijinteks CPU Direct Contact base (basically the same as Xigmateks H.D.T technology) which transfers heat to the fins faster by having the copper heatpipes contact the CPU cover directly. However this is where their similarities end and so although the 136mm tall Aidos with its 92mm fan is targeted towards low-end systems the 158mm tall Themis and its 120mm fan is mostly designed with mid-end systems in mind. However size is not always the decisive factor when it comes to CPU Air Coolers so without further delay let’s see exactly what the brand new products by the also brand new Raijintek are capable of.