In December 2018, Raijintek added another product to its Round-Up CPU cooler. The new CPU cooler is called MYA RBW and is a normal tower cooler. According to the manufacturer, the MYA RBW is particularly characterised by its high processing quality and heat dissipation. The latter is to be achieved by wave-shaped heat sink fins and optimized air disturbance channels. The cooler is black anodised and the lid is equipped with a digitally addressable RGB element to ensure that the appearance is not neglected. Whether the investment of € 40.90 is worthwhile and how the Raijintek MYA RBW generally performs, we will find out in this review.
|Dimensions (with fan)||130 x 163 x 86 mm (w x h x d)|
|Weight (with fan)||925 g|
|Material||Copper (Direct Contact base plate, Heatpipes), Aluminium (fins)|
|Heatpipes||6x Ø 6 mm|
|Adddressable LEDs||16pcs LED, 5V, 0.6A, 3W, 5V ADD connector|
|Compatibility AMD||AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+|
|Compatibility Intel||775, 115x, 1366, 201X, 2066|
|fan designation||Raijintek BDM12013S|
|Dimensions||120 mm x 120 mm x 13 mm|
|speed||200 ~ 1400 RPM|
|Volume||28.43 dB(A) [Max.]|
|Pumping volume||69.66 m³/h|
|Static pressure||0.67 mm H²O [Max.]|
Packaging & Scope of delivery
The MYA RBW comes in a relatively small cardboard box. This is colorfully printed and contains lots of information and pictures about the cooler and the supplied fans. This information is only available in English.
If you open the upper flap, you will first come across a thin foam element and the installation instructions. This manual is relatively small, but in several languages and with very large and easily recognizable pictures. The heat sink with pre-installed fan or RGB element is hidden directly underneath. Last but not least there is a box with all mounting accessories, some heat conducting paste and two additional fan clamps. Other accessories, such as a long screwdriver for mounting, are unfortunately not included.