Reeven Justice II CPU Cooler
What we see here is the leading edge of the Justice II tower, where the fan is to be attached. There are fifty fins in the stack, including the thicker top fin, and we can plainly see the three paths the six heat pipes take through the fins. As to the shape of the leading edge, the outer sides are extended to the tune of 3mm to allow a gap in the middle for the fan to start building pressure.
The view of the back of the tower is similar to what we saw on the front, but the shape of the fins is slightly different. Things start the same with the longest bits of the fins are at the edges, and there is a recess in the middle. However, this time, there is another drop in depth in the center of the fins,
From the back, there is not much to see, but we are aware that a second fan can be added for a push/pull arrangement of fans. While the sides of the cooler are open, it is the bits of aluminum around the heat pipes that keep the spacing of the fins equidistant throughout the fin stack.
A view of the last side of the Justice II leaves us with things like the studs which hold the top plate on the cooler go ten fins deep to ensure it does not come loose. At the opposite end of the cooler, we can see how tightly packed the six pipes are in the aluminum base, but we also see small dabs of solder that have squeezed out in the assembly process.
The top fin of the cooler is made of aluminum but has been finished in matte black. Near the pins are some styling additions to break up the solid metal look, along with the REEVEN name being punched out of the top fin. The earlier model had holes running on either side of the name, but we do not miss them in this model.
The base of the cooler is slightly convex, and as you can see, the base is not polished to a fine mirror finish. The circular machine marks are visible from where they surfaced the copper base, before plating it in nickel.
Last updated: Jan 18, 2020 at 06:11 am CST