All the way back in 2016 we took a look at Reeven’s Justice CPU cooler, which was a very solid and affordable single-tower CPU cooler. Fast forward to today and Reeven has updated this cooler with a similar, yet current design. Just like the original the Reeven Justice II is a single-tower air cooler that sports a 120 mm cooling fan and six 6mm-thick copper heatpipes. Reeven has actually cut-down the number of heatsink fins and made the gaps between them larger to help air pass through easier, the cooler is designed in an asymmetrical way so that you won’t have any clearance issues, the fan has also been upgraded and they have ditched the yellow fins. Does Reeven have another winner on their hands? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Reeven for providing us with the Justice II CPU Cooler to review.
The Justice II comes in Reeven’s typical retail packaging. On the front there is a picture of the cooler and it lets us know the compatibility, which is pretty much all current sockets. Flipping over to the back we have a full list of specifications and a diagram of the cooler giving exact dimensions.
Looking at the side of the box many of the features of the cooler are detailed. Finally on the other side it just says “Justice II”. I think that if you were at the store you would have more than enough information about the cooler to make an informed buying decision.
Getting everything out of the box we have the heatsink, fan, mounting hardware, fan clips, thermal paste, and a user’s guide.