Orcus RGB AIO Water Cooling Unit - 240mm

  • 0R100069
  • All in one cooler
  • RGB Lighiting
  • Intel Socket Support 775 / 1150 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 2011 / 2066
  • AMD Socket Support: AM2(+) / AM3(+) / AM4 / FM2(+)

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Stock Code: HS-02H-RT

EAN: 4715109921342

MPN: 0R100069

Manufacturer: Raijintek

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Orcus RGB AIO Water Cooling Unit - 240mm

Raijintek now offers a broad portfolio of efficient and powerful All-in-One water cooling systems ranging from entry-level to high-end systems. The Raijintek Orcus counts itself among the latter group. The main advantage of the Orcus when compared to the Triton series is the external pump which allows more flexibility when installing the heatsink on the CPU.

The Features of the AiO Orcus Core from Raijintek:

  • Complete water cooling system with easy installation
  • Pre-filled and maintenance-free
  • High cooling performance thanks to 38 mm thick dual-radiator
  • Two Iris 120 mm RGB-LED PWM fans
  • Comes bundled with RGB controller
  • Quiet 25 dB(A) pump
  • Improved compatibility

The Features of the AiO Orcus Core from Raijintek in Detail

All compact water cooling systems consist of the two same fundamental components: The radiator and the heatsink. The Orcus Core comes with a 240 mm dual-design radiator, the pump is situated just in front of the tubes. Only the reservoir is integrated into the cooler. The effect of this is to reduce the total height, thereby making the installation of the solid copper heatsink much more convenient.

A transparent window not only allows you to monitor the volume of coolant, it also comes with a small wheel that serves as a through flow indicator. The high-performance pump is located in the vicinity of the radiator. Its graphite and ceramic bearings ensure a maximum throughput of 66 L per hour at 5000 RPM with a maximum volume of 25 dB(A).

High-Performance Iris Fans Cool the Radiator

The base of the heatsink takes the heat produces by the processor and dissipates it efficiently into the water. This in turn is pumped towards the radiator, where the liquid coolant flows through the twelve channels of the fins and transfers the heat to the air flow flowing through it. The fans then ensure that the radiator is constantly supplied with fresh air. Raijintek has also given the Orcus Core a double radiator which is cooled by two 120 mm Iris RGB-LED fans which also originate from Raijintek's product range.

The hydraulic bearings of both Iris fans transfer heat away from the radiator with ease, and for this important reason Raijintek has made them extremely durable and robust for over the long term. At a maximum of 1.800 RPM the fans are quite capable of pushing a significant volume of air amounting to 42.17 CFM and doing this while producing just 23 dB(A). The static pressure of the fans amounts to a respectable 1.7 mm H2O. The 120 mm fans are automatically regulated by means of a single Y-4-pin cable which is connected to an open PWM connector on the bundled controller or via a RGB 4-pin header on the motherboard.

Superb Compatibility & Space-Saving Design

Compact cases are often limited in their ability to use powerful high-performance tower coolers. The Orcus Core on the other hand only needs the flat cooler to be situated directly on the CPU. The radiator The radiator can be easily installed where needed once taking into the length of the hose, for which two 120 mm slots must be available.

The Orcus Core's mounting system is designed for Intel Socket 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066 as well as for AMD boards e.g. AM2(+), AM3(+), AM4 and FM2(+). The tool-free installation also helps to make it incredibly straightforward, whilst also remaining very secure. Thermal paste comes pre-applied to the contact area of the cooler.

Technical Details:

  • Radiator Size: 120 x 27 x 272 mm (W x H x D)
  • Filling Volume: 150 ml ± 10 %
  • Fans:
    2x 120 mm Raijintek Iris
    Connector: 4-Pin PWM
    Bearings: Hydraulic
    RPM: 800 - 1.800 RPM
    Volume: max. 23 dB(A)
    Flow Volume: max. 71.65 m³/h
    Static Pressure: max. 1.7 mm H2O
    Current: 0,14 A
    Power Consumption: 1,68 Watt ± 10 %
  • Pump:
    Size: 69,5 x 33 x 40 mm (W x H x D)
    Bearings: Ceramic
    Flow Volume: max. 66 Litre/h
    Flow Height: 1,3 m
    Volume: 25 dB(A)
    RPM: 5.000 RPM ± 10 % at 12 V
    Current: 180 mA
    Power Consumption: 1.68 Watts ± 10 %
  • Compatibility (Socket):
    Intel 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066
    AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM2, FM2+
  • Hose Length: approx. 35 cm
  • Manufacturer's Guarantee: 2 Years

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Product Specification:

CPU Socket
1150, 1151, 1155, 2011, 2011-V3, AM3+, FM2+, AM2+, AM4, 2066, 1156
CPU Cooler type
AIO Water cooling
Fan connector
4Pin (PWM control), Other

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(from 3 customer reviews)
All Time (3)

Excellent Cooler with som QOL issues.

I have this cooler installed in a clean install in a Corsair SPEC omega. I am running a R7 1700 at 3.75 with a 1080ti. I am using two HD120 as intake and a SP120 and the AIO as out takes. Very impressed thermally under IBT and gaming it never goes over 67-69 degrees (2+hours gaming 10 pass IBT). Lookswise, awesome the fans are the best RGB fans i've seen to date.
So far it cools amazing and Looks great and has a RF remote. where are the drawbacks?
Compare this to a Corsair unit. The ease of installation is the same and a breeze however the unit requires a multitude of wires. The pump needs a header, the RGB need one per fan plus one on the block and the fans need fan headers, a total of six cables for a 240 AIO is a lot. But this would not be an issue exept that the pump cable is around one foot. this means if like me your MOBO (x470 prime-pro) has the pump header below the CPU vrms the only routing option is direct over the mobo and even there there is not a huge amount of slack, the same complaint about the block AIO cable. But at least they are braided and look decent.
for me
performance: 9/10 cant really ask for more
Volume: 10/10 I run an agressive fan profile and its very quiet for such a hot box.
Price: competitive however as said a more expensive unit with a USB header to consolidate some cableage would be nice
Genrally good looking and performing

Joshua Perrin 2018-07-22

Quality Looking AIO, Brilliant Build Quality and Excellent Performance

The build quality of this product is pretty solid all the way throughout.
The cooler has features to allow for maintenance with a refill port build into the CPU block.

Kept my Ryzen 2700 at stock settings at 48C under extreme CPU load.

Martin Robson 2018-07-11

Took total of 90 mins and used 2 screwdrivers, which included a full clean of case, fans ETC. Really could not have been easier, always wanted to have a go at water-cooling and now these solid state units are available there is no excuse not to.

Had the chance to install and review one of these so here we go.
Fitted to a slightly older system of I7 4790k on an Asus Z97 pro gamer board already cooled with a Raijintek Themis Direct.
Easy to install
Easy to run up/commission
On existing cooling running prime 95 it used to run about 80 degrees C on stock
Quick test and down to 69 degrees C on stock
Clocked up in bios to 4300 and prime 95 ran about 82 degree C
Superb bit of kit

Mr david alexander 2018-07-04

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Awards & Media Coverage

  • KitGuru Worth Buying Award

    Its really cool to see Raijintek innovating in the AIO liquid cooling market, and adding features that really make it stand out. 

  • Bit-Tech Recommended Award

    The £90 price tag makes the Orcus 240 great value as far as RGB-enabled 240mm AIO coolers go – if that's the sort of thing you're looking for in your next system or upgrade, this is well worth short-listing.

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