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Raijintek Asterion Classic
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Raijintek Asterion Classic Case Review

Earlier this year we took a look at our first Raijintek case, the Thetis Window, and today we have our second, the Asterion Classic. This case definitely stands out with its sleek bushed aluminum front panel, dual tempered glass side panels, and support for large E-ATX motherboards. Supporting E-ATX motherboards means that you have a good amount of room inside to build a pretty kick-ass system. So is the Asterion Classic the perfect case for your next build? Read on as we find out!

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Raijintek Launches the JUNO-X RGB Low-profile CPU Cooler

The JUNO-X is a small, compact, and light CPU cooler that is ideal for HTPCs and other small computers with its max TDP of 70 Watts. The "radial"-style used is reminiscent of a successful cooling concept from Zalman, except in this version it is made entirely out of aluminum and its powerful 92 mm PWM fans are surrounded by the cooler fins.

ThinkComputers Podcast #112
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ThinkComputers Podcast #112

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our reviews of the Raijintek Thethis Chassis & Drevo Calibur keyboard, a possible GTX 1070 Ti coming out, and interesting story on how ThreadRipper came to be, more Z370 Motherboards leaked, and more!

Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis
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Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis Review

Here at ThinkComputers we've been fans of Raijintek cases for quite some time. They offer some really unique designs and they are one of the only case makers coming out with all aluminum cases on the regular. Even better they price these cases pretty competitively. That is exactly what they've done with the case we are taking a look at today. It is an all aluminum ATX chassis with dual 3mm-thick tempered glass side panels for just $89.99! The Thetis also has some pretty unique features and has one of the smallest footprints for an ATX case so let's jump in and take a look!

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Raijintek Unveils Orcus AIO

Raijintek unveiled their brand new all-in-one liquid CPU cooler the Orcus at Computex 2017. It has a very unique design and some features that they hope will grab your attention. For starters it is a 240 mm radiator-based unit with two 120 mm fans which seem to be RGB powered and very bright!

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