Reeven Justice RC-1204 CPU Cooler
Looking at the Justice RC-1204 face to face, it is hard to ignore those 11 yellow blades covering the body of the cooler inside of the black frame. We can also see that the heat pipes are running the same direction as the fan rather than stacked behind one another.
Now we see that the cooler is really squat, at least as far as the bends in the pipes at the bottom are concerned. You can see that these pipes split the tower into thirds, and to the left it is hard not to notice matching yellow fan clips.
The back of the cooler offers the same pipe layout as the front does, and as we move up to the fins, we find the outer edges are raised from the center, and when it comes to coolers, that is a beneficial thing.
The last side of the cooler is a mirror copy of what we saw two images ago. At this point, we would like to draw your eyes to the way the clips work. They simply "plug" into the fan, there is a tab to set between two fins, and then you simply clip them to the shallow ledge at the front and back of this cooler.
The top of the cooler offers a thicker top plate that covers the heat pipes. Not only it is perforated down the middle with the Reeven name there, it is also cut out at the corners for added aesthetics. The larger holes to either side of the company name are how you would use a screwdriver to install the Justice.
At the bottom of the stack, we find that the fins are pressed around the pipes from top to bottom to utilize every single fin for cooling potential. We can also see the hole at the bottom that corresponds to one of them above to pass the screwdriver through.
The top of the base has a wide channel cut into it to accept the cross bar mounting used for this cooler. The raised tabs to the right and left of it allow the cross brackets tabs to lock into the center of the base to ensure a properly centered cooler installation.
The heat pipes are soldered into the base, and evidence of this is plainly visible on either side. The mating surface is slightly convex, and while actual milling marks are not visible, the final surface is not a mirror polish.
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