Raijintek ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 pump-reservoir packs ARGB

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 20 2021 @ 09:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Raijintek introduces a new watercooling pump with a 200mm reservoir, the ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15. This is a showcase product with see-through windows and ARGB LED illumination. The rectangle-shaped unit measures 80mm x 95mm x 242mm (W x D x H) and has a coolant capacity of 500ml. It's made from POM, glass, aluminum, and steel. It has G 1/4" threading and features a pump with a maximum discharge of 1500l/h.

There are eight addressable RGB LEDs, which can be controlled via a 4-pin motherboard header or the Raijintek remote control. The pricing and availability are unknown.
RAIJINTEK’S NEW ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 pump (with 200mm reservoir), integrated a Unique rainbow A-RGB ( 5V Addressable) LED light cap. The highest level solution for PC enthusiasts and custom PC Modder’s to create a super RGB LED light water cooling system. ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 features the maximum pressure of up to 50 PSI, and achieve a super flow discharge up to 1500L/hr & a Head-lift of 4 meter (13 feet) at maximum speed, thus it is the heart of your liquid cooling loop. Outstanding performance and reliability, ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 is manufactured from highest quality POM and PMMA material to provide a crystal clear, steadily, silently, high performance, durable solution. ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 allows PC enthusiasts not only to construct a remarkably superior liquid cooling system but also combine externally-modular upgrades for their chassis. A sturdy Bracket also provides users a reliable, direction options and friendly installation. ANTILA D5 EVO RBW-15 is the best showcase water cooling LED PUMP for your system!

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