We have been waiting for it for a long time and now it is finally here, the new SCYLLA PRO in the 360 hardtube version. Finally, after all the pandemic turmoil of the last months, including the general shortage of goods, it has finally reached me and I am now allowed to present this series exclusively to you and have already tested it. Because just looking at it is kind of boring.
Raijintek has now replaced the old Phorcys PRO with the SCYLLA PRO, and rightly so, because Raijintek has definitely managed a big leap forward. Selected materials, an all in all excellent workmanship as well as an almost unbeatable price among all the custom watercooling sets should do the trick. The price (MSRP) is 390€ for the 360 hard tube version, cheaper versions with soft tube and different CPU block can already be found in the 240 version for 360€ at Caseking. Comparable competitor products are usually priced significantly higher.
Scope of delivery and packaging
If you look at the packaging, you will immediately see that more emphasis was placed on the content and not on colorful pictures on the packaging. This is both practical and environmentally friendly. The individual products are individually packaged and well protected against scratches and shocks…. Included in delivery is the Antila D5 EVO AGB pump combination, the Forkis PRO ARGB CPU block, fittings (6 of them in the 90° version as well as 6 normal connection fittings in diameter 14/10), four PETG hardtubes in diameter 14/10, a 360 copper radiator as well as three matching ARGB PWM fans of the Eos series with the corresponding controller including remote control.
On top there are two bottles of RaiAqua and filling bottle in addition. All in all, you get an all-round carefree package here and if you still want to integrate your graphics card into the circuit, that’s no problem in the end, since enough connectors are included to realize a simple custom loop.
Important note on the RGB connector
The ARGB connection of the components has also changed, as this can now be connected directly to the controller or directly to the mainboard. However, caution is advised here, because Raijintek uses a special 4-pin 5V ARGB connector (square pins) for this purpose, which unfortunately can also be plugged into the 12V RGB preci-dop (round pins) of the motherboard with a little force. The 5V line is visibly marked with a flag to avoid confusion. A close look is necessary here and it is also very important to make sure that you don’t accidentally hit the 12V RGB header. Otherwise our RGB will go out with a small bang and it will only light up exactly once!
On the next pages I will present you the tested components of this set in more detail and I also have some interesting test results for you.
Raijintek Scylla Pro CA360, 360mm (0R10B00216)
Raijintek Scylla Pro CA240, 240mm (0R10B00215)