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[HeXus]Raijintek unveils the Morpheus 8057

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Raijintek has unveiled its latest aftermarket cooler for GPUs, the Raijintek Morpheus 8057. This time around (check out the predecessors here), Raijintek has built this cooler with very broad compatibility. It supports a wide range of modern AMD and Nvidia GPUs including the AMD Radeon RX 5600 and RX-5700 (XT) graphics cards, and Nvidia graphics cards from the GeForce RTX 2060 to the RTX 2080 Ti (yes, and everything in between).




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The key features of the Raijintek Morpheus 8057 are as follows:
  • Design has 12x 6mm copper heat pipes and 129 fins (all black) with mirror copper 40x38mm base
  • Option to mount 2x 120mm case fans to the radiator
  • With fans cools up to 360W (don't have a figure for passive operation)
  • 3pc copper and 8pc aluminium heatsinks provided for memory and VRM chips
  • Mounting screws, clips, backplate and thermal adhesive provided in package
  • Cooler size: 254 x 100 x 44mm, weight 515g.
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If only using aftermarket coolers wouldn't void the warranty.

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Let's hope it's compatible with the next series of cards.

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aftermarket coolers don't void the warranty unless you throw your stock cooler away, lol.

shame it's just the same cooler with an updated base

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It's not exactly the same, no.

i) New one is two millimeters wider, but with 17 less fins overall. All other specs identical.
ii) New one has different heatsinks, so as to accommodate for (most by now) conteporary products' VRM placement. I'd remind that for many recent cards, the older model's VRM heatsink was useless.
?) New one appears to have a slightly larger contact area, which would make sense and would be welcome; could be a Photoshop thing though, to be seen.

My take? Barring any improvement in the contact area?
If there's a performance difference between the two, you probably wouldn't know even if you tested it.
If there's an accoustic difference between the two, you probably wouldn't notice until a "reviewer" told you there was.

If you have or use your own custom heatsinks (or buy good ones externally), zero upgrade from the old one.

Now if they did change the contact area.. sadly we wouldn't know. Because you all wanted ""noise"" "normalised" testing. And by now you've got it

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Too bad it's only available in black.

I always forget that the computer parts I buy have a warranty, do people really concern themselves with that sort of stuff?

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
aftermarket coolers don't void the warranty unless your throw your stock cooler away, lol.
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THIS. as long as it can be returned in the same physical condition as in the box.

its like over the years there has never been any news threads on how warranty void stickers are void themselves.

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I'm just happy they keep updating it, even if its not a massive change. Aftermarket GPU coolers are a dying breed, A shame as they're way more effective than some people think.

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I always forget that the computer parts I buy have a warranty, do people really concern themselves with that sort of stuff?
While failure rate on components is fairly low, its not nonexistent. Its a nice peace of mind.

And it also helps with second hand resale, you'll have a much easier time selling your stuff if its still under warranty.
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I guess it's easy for me to forget since I've never actually used a warranty for anything other than car repair. I've had to return DOA items but they weren't replaced under the manufacturers warranty, it was the store return policy.

And yes, these coolers are fantastic. The big beefy non reference coolers are pretty good, and usually quiet, but not compared to one of these and a couple of 120mm fans. The down side is space but it's not as much of an issue now that running two cards is so uncommon.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I guess it's easy for me to forget since I've never actually used a warranty for anything other than car repair. I've had to return DOA items but they weren't replaced under the manufacturers warranty, it was the store return policy.

The big beefy non reference coolers are pretty good, and usually quiet, but not compared to one of these and a couple of 120mm fans. The down side is space but it's not as much of an issue now that running two cards is so uncommon.
Yep, they certainly got better. and its pretty nice that a lot more of them use flat fins now, makes it much easier to deschroud them and use aftermarket fans. Although you still have the PCB blocking the airflow with those.
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