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    Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Metis mini-ITX, Atlas micro-ATX, thermal-painted coolers on display.
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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Now without actually working with the kit, some of that gear look really interesting and dare I say it fresh. Well thought out with good pricing.

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    The all-in-one water cooler looked like it had low profile fans. I would be interested to know the total thickness?

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    I like the option of changing water and adding other components to the water cooling kits. It has the same functionality as the all-in-one solutions with added flexibility if required.

    The graphics card cooler looked good, hopefully it will come with the same colour options as their CPU cooler. I can see it being popular for system builders that are going for a specific colour scheme.

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Wow, this is some of the best stuff I've seen so far from computex

    The all-in-one cooler looks great, esp being clear so you can see what's going on inside it, I love the idea of a non-sealed system.
    It would be good if they just sold the block&pump unit separately.

    The cases look very good too.

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Did he suggest a dual fan liquid cooling system for a southbridge at the end?

    It's a shame the 20cm fan is mounted so low on the atlas, I'm sure the motherboard can put the air to much better use than the hard drives

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Dam the heatsinks look nice.

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    Re: Raijintek intros new chassis and coolers at Computex

    Another great little LAN box, I wish there were more great alternatives to little wobbly BitFenix Prodigy

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