[section_title title=Introduction]Introduction

Does being a young company in this industry really mean much these days?  Certainly not in the case of Raijintek who have been extending their product catalogue over the past few months.  For those not familiar with Raijintek, they are a German company with a passion for creating good quality but cost effective cooling solutions.  They have even thrown their hat into the chassis and PSU market of late too so there is no sign of slowing down for this relatively new company to the scene; only one year old and going strong.

Having featured a number of Raijintek CPU coolers over the past year (Ereboss, Pallas, Zelos & Thermis EVO), today is the turn of the Morpheus VGA cooler which features nickel plated copper heat pipes/heat sinks as well as a mirror copper base.  It is also worth noting that the Morpheus doesn’t come with any fans but today we will be testing with 2 x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop 120mm Silent Bionic Loop fans attached to an NVIDIA GTX780 reference card.  Will the Raijintek Morpheus be a major improvement over the reference cooler or will the heat be too much to tame?  Let’s get started with the review…

What Raijintek has to say about the Morpheus VGA Cooler:

Morpheus, a superior high-end VGA cooler is designed to meet cooling requirements of upto 360 Watt TDP. Additionally, Morpheus comes with 24 ram heat sinks & 1 big VRM heatsink. Morpheus is a Multi -Compatible with most modern nVidia (Kepler) and AMD Gpu’s (Hawaii & Curacao)


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