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Reeven NAIA 240 AIO liquid cooler released

by Mark Tyson on 4 December 2017, 12:31

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Taiwanese cooling and accessories firm Reeven has released its NAIA 240 AIO liquid cooler. This PC cooling product was first seen back in summer at Computex but has finally started to ship (MSRP US$109). German magazine HW-Journal.de has already done an unboxing and some comparison testing, concluding the unit offers "outstanding performance and diverse customization options."

An interesting feature of the Reeven NAIA 240 AIO is its transparent coolant resevoir section atop of the pump block. Though the unit is factory sealed there's an opening available on the transparent cooling block which facilitates the injection of dye. Reeven supplies CMY coolant dyes so that you can mix a colour to your preference, or to match other computer components, and the dye infused coolant is lit up within the pump block via a white LED.

Reeven also attempts to differentiate with its product hardware design. The pump is said to be a WAP-Design (Water-Above-Pipe Design), so "the cooler can also be installed in any orientation, without sacrificing pumping power". Micro channels at just 0.11mm feature on the curved baseplates of these coolers which are said to provide efficient heat transfer. As you can see the radiator features two fans. Reeeven has specced two of its 120mm 'Coldwing' fans to deliver high airflow at 25dBA.



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first thoughts…. clear pump, coloured liquid options but then use black pipes between pump and radiator…. that just seems like a weird thing to do when you're basically selling your product on the fact it can use coloured cooling fluid.
LSG501
first thoughts…. clear pump, coloured liquid options but then use black pipes between pump and radiator…. that just seems like a weird thing to do when you're basically selling your product on the fact it can use coloured cooling fluid.

Can't argue with that.
Might as well have been RGB lighting at that point, given the similarly sized area that is going to actually be coloured.
Suppose the idea was to differentiate and while I think that is a good idea, you did point out where that actually falls short of actually achieving that well.
Anyone care to explain what a "Water-Above-Pipe Design" is, I'm guessing it's something to do with the water being above the pipe but that isn't making much sense to me as doesn't water go through pipes? :confused:
Corky34
Anyone care to explain what a "Water-Above-Pipe Design" is, I'm guessing it's something to do with the water being above the pipe but that isn't making much sense to me as doesn't water go through pipes? :confused:

basically the clear bit is the ‘water tank’ and the pump sits between it and the contact for cpu, it should allow more water pressure when it's being pumped but no idea if that is actually better for motherboards mounted on their side though.
So in other words it's a fancy schmancy name for we moved the reservoir. ;)