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Turbo Right from Thermalright?

Anyone seen one of these before?

http://thermalright.com/product/turbo-right-240-c/

http://thermalright.com/product/turbo-right-360-c/

Looks like they now have a 240 and 360 setup with some features.

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Looks like a rebranded Raijintek Orcus unit to me. In fact, even the product description is copied almost entirely word for word.


https://www.raijintek.com/en/product...p?ProductID=88
https://www.raijintek.com/en/product...p?ProductID=87


The TR unit doesn't seem to have the pump mounted on the radiator end of the tube runs though.

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Wow, TR has a CLC now. I never thought TR of all companies would do a CLC. But geez, couldn't they have picked a better name?

I guess the only one left standing with only air coolers is Noctua, but that may be a matter of time as well. Now that I think about it, Noctua WC components may actually be successful.

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Because the world needed another CLC .....

Yeah....the little girl hentai avatar is really creeping me out....
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All they had to do is use a copper rad and high performance pump, but no. Yet another dripfeeder

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Quote: Originally Posted by Martin778 View Post
All they had to do is use a copper rad and high performance pump, but no. Yet another dripfeeder
Yeah, but that would require R&D and production, which would likely price it out of being competitive. Swiftech was able to do it since they have a factory and the designer in house. That's why all of the CLC marketers buy some oem's off the shelf design and slap on their logo and fans.....or just oem fans with their stickers on them. But, I don't begrudge TR going after the cash from CLC sales (though I can't say I'm on board with the unit they chose). It's a big market, they may as well get a share of the profits.

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Wow, TR has a CLC now. I never thought TR of all companies would do a CLC. But geez, couldn't they have picked a better name?

I guess the only one left standing with only air coolers is Noctua, but that may be a matter of time as well. Now that I think about it, Noctua WC components may actually be successful.
I would imagine that Noctua would be more likely to do something like the BQ - an AIO with copper parts and a pump that actually does something - or even do an all new design. It wouldn't be like them to put out an inferior piece.

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Quote: Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post
Wow, TR has a CLC now. I never thought TR of all companies would do a CLC. But geez, couldn't they have picked a better name?

I guess the only one left standing with only air coolers is Noctua, but that may be a matter of time as well. Now that I think about it, Noctua WC components may actually be successful.
Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
Because the world needed another CLC .....
Its not a CLC tho, its refillable... The radiator fittings are threaded.

I mean, even if you're too lazy to read, the little coolant bottle is right there in the pictures.

So maybe slow down the hate parade until we know more about this thing?

Edit: And do we even know any specs on the pump and radiator yet? Heck the radiator even looks very similar to some off the shelf copper ones.

Edit2: Knew it, It looks extremely similar to the magicool copper radiator.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Fullereneshift View Post
Looks like a rebranded Raijintek Orcus unit to me. In fact, even the product description is copied almost entirely word for word.


https://www.raijintek.com/en/product...p?ProductID=88
https://www.raijintek.com/en/product...p?ProductID=87


The TR unit doesn't seem to have the pump mounted on the radiator end of the tube runs though.
Thanks, I've never seen one before. Initial impressions of all the lights were wow, not for me.

Quote: Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post
Wow, TR has a CLC now. I never thought TR of all companies would do a CLC. But geez, couldn't they have picked a better name?

I guess the only one left standing with only air coolers is Noctua, but that may be a matter of time as well. Now that I think about it, Noctua WC components may actually be successful.
Haha I know right? Something always gets lost in translation.

Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
Because the world needed another CLC .....
It wouldn't be so bad if it was an actual Thermalright product. Watch Noctua will have an Asstek one with their own fans, lna's, and colors.

I guess you can only do so much with air.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Owterspace View Post
It wouldn't be so bad if it was an actual Thermalright product.
Do you know who the OEM is then, because it sure as hell isn't asetek, it has threaded fittings on the radiator and a pump stacked on top of the block(instead of build in), which aren't things you usually find on asetek units.
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If they put their name on it, I'm sure it has to perform well. I think I just looked at their site on Thursday or Friday and these weren't there. If they perform well I would try one.. I have space for the 360 in the front, and the little guy up top.

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