(Read with action movie voice over guy voice) In a world filled with heartache, turmoil, and strife. A world without direction or promise of a future, many are left with questions. Questions like, ‘What should I use to cool my CPU?’, ‘There are so many AiOs which one is right for me?’, and even ‘Isn’t the cooler that came with it good enough?’. If you find yourself echoing those thoughts you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re taking a look at a brand new AiO from a company just entering this ultra competitive space, Reeven, with their NAIA 240. This interesting first try at a watercooling part stands out with a clear, led backlit, refillable reservoir chamber. Follow along as we find out if this cooler is the right one to solve all your worries and fears.
Special Thanks to Reeven for providing the NAIA 240 for review!
Model Number: RW-2401
– INTEL: LGA 115x / 1366 / 2011(V3) / 2066
– AMD: AM2(+) / AM3(+) / FM1 / FM2(+) / AM4 / TR4 (Upgrade Kit required!)
Overall Dimension: (W)272 x (H)52 x (D)120 mm (with fan)
Fan Dimension: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 300(+300/-100)~1600(±10%) RPM
Air Flow: 16.93~90.28 CFM
Static Pressure: 0.003~0.08 inch H₂O
Noise Level: 6.5~30.9 dBA
Weight (with Fan): 1,290g
The NAIA 240 will hit your doorstep in a black and yellow matte colored cardboard box. Ours did not come wrapped in plastic something I like to see as it can prevent water damage and tampering. The front of the box features a large photo of the cooler with the unique looking pump front and center. Below the image is a horizontal yellow band and below that are the main features. In the bottom right is the compatibility list which includes everything since the first LGA 115x up to AM4 if you get the upgrade kit. Going straight to the back of the box you’ll find several photos detailing the various key features as well as technical diagrams with dimensions. You also notice a Global 2 year Warranty advertised on the upper right.
Checking out the rest of the exterior of the box you’ll find the top has the same photo from the front with the product name below. The bottom has a table listing the technical specifications in seven languages, the sides are the same as the top.
Opening the top and pulling out the cooler we find everything in an egg carton type molded cardboard case. Everything seems to be in its proper place and in good condition. One of the sides does seem to be crushed in slightly but there was no impact on the components.