Raijintek Triton Detailed Features
The Triton comes with two powerful 120mm fans. These fans are capable of pushing 38.89CFM in quiet mode (21.6 dBA) or 100.46CFM at the maximum speed (36.6 dBA). They can also be manually controlled through the built-in fan controller.
The 120mm Triton fans are both attached to a standard 3-pin power connector. The fan controller can be used to adjust the speed of the fans.
The CPU block is larger than most standard blocks. It measures in at 38×56×39 mm. The reason for it to be bigger is because it includes the pump and a reservoir. This type of design is not seen in most pre-sealed liquid cooling units. A fill port with a removable cap is also available for maintenance or for dyeing the water color using the included color dyes. Our test unit did not come with a sticker over the fill port, but removing it can void the standard warranty.
Two large white LED’s are included inside the block to add additional illumination. The pump can pump 120 L of water every hour at only 20 dBA and pumps at 3000 RPM at 12VDC.
The pump also uses a standard 3-pin connector, which can be plugged into the motherboard or the power supply with an additional adapter. The cable is fairly short, roughly about six inches long.
The nickel-plated copper contact plate has a very reflective mirror finish with almost no visible machine marks. Having a contact plate with a smooth reflective finish can result in a better spread of the thermal interface material across the surface of the CPU. This can ultimately result in cooler temperatures.
We can see the Triton has many features that are available on the more expensive liquid cooling units along with a few unique features of its own. These features include the powerful 120mm fans, the smooth and reflective contact plate, and the unique CPU block design with an integrated reservoir. Let’s go into more details about the radiator and the mounting mechanism.