RAIJINTEK is a relatively new company when it comes to cooling systems but models like the Raijintek Tisis which is their top high-end model turns out to be quite impressive.
Once assembled, the Raijintek Tisis is an impressive looking twin-tower cooler.
Here’s a look at the 100% nickel heatsink, notice how the fins on the 2 towers are different.
As to why are they different? I don’t know, all I know is that the unit is capable of cooling up to 350W.
Here’s the view from the bottom.
As for the 140mm fan, it is capable of running at very low RPM and has a max airflow of 70.2 CFM. The front fan is mounted on the heatsink using the rubber stubs bundled in the package, now this might pose a problem should the stubs go missing or age with time.
Here are the items included in the packing for mounting purpose, it’s far from being impressive in terms of packaging but as long as all the goods are in tact I see no problem with it.
One thing though, the manual included doesn’t match the Tisis so I had to refer to the box art to know which is the front of the unit.
More details available at the official product page.
The performance was tested on an Intel Core i5-6600K overclocked to 4.3Ghz at 1.275 vcore with room temperature set to 25°C and the system was tested with a 10bit to 8bit video conversion test. Below are the results.
|Cooler||Idle (°C)||Load (°C)|
|Raijintek Tisis (AUTO)||28||58|
|Raijintek Tisis (MAX)||28||59|
|Raijintek Tisis (SILENT)||32||83|
As you can see running it at AUTO is just as good as running it on MAX.
The Raijintek Tisis retails at USD 84.90 – a solid cooler that’s worth your consideration, I think the red colored fans look neat.