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These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:21 am

http://www.tweaktown.com/news/29272/rai ... index.html
Check out there Facebook page on the link above.

Also they are designed by collermaster and zigmatech engineers and assembled in Taiwan so price will be cheap but build quality high. They have a model that looks almost identical to the 212evo but designed with a large thick alliminum block with the direct touch heat pipes having alliminum between them. But thereis no gap since they milled the heat pipes and direct touch heat pipes so its a flat surface with no imperfections . It looks interesting, also the prices are very inexpensive.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:28 am

what looks great? do they have a product to show? instead of spamming, maybe wait until there's an actual product that you have personal experience with and / or a website reviewed it.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:34 am

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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:54 am

My English is hurting after reading that post.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:02 am

^^^

The subject line made me think this was posted by a spambot.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:05 am

bthylafh wrote:^^^

The subject line made me think this was posted by a spambot.

Still might have been. Vargis is usually a better speller than that. collermaster and zigmatech? Makes me think maybe someone figured out that his password is "password123".
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:46 am

Apologies all,
Posting this from my wife's iPad. On top of that I did not proof read it.

I posted this because they look like we'll designed coolers for very reasonable prices. If you go to there Facebook page they have videos showing the 3 coolers that should be available soon.

There hyper 212 copy I think is going to cost around 20 pounds. I think there large 6 pipe cooler is only going to cost slightly over 30 pounds. If there 212 copy performs at 95% of of what the 212 evo does for less money we could have the best cost to performance ratio air coolers on the market being released soon.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:49 am

At least here in the US, the 212 Evo is $30-ish, which is right at 20 pounds, so at best it'll perform similarly for the same money. Newegg wants $35 but several sellers on Amazon and several shops around the internet have it for $29 and change.
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:41 am

derFunkenstein wrote:
bthylafh wrote:^^^

The subject line made me think this was posted by a spambot.

Still might have been. Vargis is usually a better speller than that. collermaster and zigmatech? Makes me think maybe someone figured out that his password is "password123".


Heh. It's going to be a bad Monday when you fail the Turing test. :D
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Re: These inexpensive Raijinek air coolers look great and

Postposted on Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:49 am

bthylafh wrote:Heh. It's going to be a bad Monday when you fail the Turing test. :D

I was shocked - SHOCKED - when he came back to claim...err...credit for that post.
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