Reeven Justice CPU Cooler Overview
The Reeven Justice as I mentioned is a single-tower cooler. It is not overly large and I would say it is a medium-sized heatsink. Its official dimensions are (W)131 x (H)162 x (D)105mm so you shouldn’t have that much trouble getting it to fit into your system.
At the front of the cooler we have the pre-installed 120 mm PWM fan. It is nice that the fan comes pre-installed, it’s one less step you have to take during installation. The fan has a black frame with yellow blades, which is the color scheme Reeven has used for quite a long time.
Taking a look at the cooler from the top we can see the large heatsink stack and the top fin has the Reeven logo on it. This will show out if you happen to have a side panel window on your case.
Moving on to a side view of the cooler the fan attaches to it using a plastic mounting system that is made up of four pieces that attach to the cooler and then you simply press the fan onto them. You can move the fan to the back of the cooler or you can even add a second fan as Reeven supplies you with four extra mounting pieces.
At the back of the cooler we get a better look at the aluminum fin stack. Reeven uses a wider fin surface on the heatsink stack, which should carry away heat faster. You can also see how the six heatpipes go up into the heatsink.
Taking a closer look at the heatpipes they are 6mm thick nickel-plated copper heatpipes. They start out at the base of the cooler and go up into the heatsink in a sort of “U” shape, although they are spread out a bit more since the cooler has a wider fin surface.
Removing the protective covering from the base of the cooler we can see that the base has a very clean and polished finish. This should make for great contact with our CPU.