Starting off with the packaging, the Raijintek Morpheus VGA cooler comes in a relatively wide box in comparison to depth; mainly because this is a VGA cooler and not a CPU cooler of course. It has a nice image of a battleship on the front which is to give the impression that this cooler packs a serious punch; we shall find out in the testing! In addition to the battleship, there is also a bare image of the Morpheus which looks pretty nice if I say so myself; fully aluminium with nickel plated copper. The overall design follows a black, grey and white colour scheme.
On the side of the packaging, we have a list of specifications which include the weight, materials used and of course the supported graphics cards; please note that the Morpheus only supports the listed cards with reference PCBs, custom PCBs aren’t supported.
Bundled with the Morpheus VGA cooler are four bags containing items such as heat sinks, the mounting kit for both AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards, thermal strips and of course fan clips which allow installation of 2 x 120mm fans to the cooler. This wouldn’t be complete without the obligatory installation manual.
As mentioned in the introduction, the Raijintek Morpheus will be tested today with 2 x Noiseblocker eLoop 120mm fans with a maximum speed at 12V of 1500RPM.