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Recently we took a long hard look at the very affordable E12 RGB cooler by Reeven and walked away very impressed with the value that little cooler has to offer. With that said there were a few issues with it. As we stated in that review the E12 is a great alternative the like of CoolerMasters 212 series, but for higher demanding overclocking scenarios a bigger solution would be more optimal. Today we are going to put the Reeven Justice CPU cooling solution under the microscope as it promises to be more capable at higher loads.

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The reason for this assumption is three-fold. Firstly, it makes use of six 6mm heatpipes instead of four, it has a solid base that allows all 6-heatpipes to share the load (even if not in direct contact with the CPUs IHS), and lastly it is noticeably bigger and heavier than the E12. To be precise this bad boy may still be a 120mm form-factor tower style CPU cooling solution, but it is 105 mm thick (instead of 78mm like the E12) and tips the scales at 930 grams. Mix in a 120mm fan that can rotate from 300rpm all the way to a moderate 1500rpm, and on the surface it does seem to tick a lot of the right boxes.Put another way, at only $40 (and can be found for less than this if you look) it is Reevens answer to those who need even more performance than what their E12 series can offer.

Going against all these seemingly good features is one that is very, very easy to miss. That is the static pressure specifications for the included fan. While we know Reeven can indeed make a good fan (the fan that comes equipped with their cheaper E12 RGB series is a great example) Reeven Justices Coldwing 12 fan is included does not appear to be one of them. With static pressure abilities (0.067mm of H20) that are more in line with case fans than cooling fans it does indeed appear that the Reeven Justice comes with a rather noticeable handicap.

So will the Reeven Justice remind us more of Metallicas classic album Justice for All or will it be more a Five Finger Death Punch kind of cooler and be And Justice For None type deal? That in a nutshell is what we are going to find out.

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Thanks for another great review. Had a quick skim, but will have to give it a better look after.

Random request. Would it be possible to make a graph showing noise vs temp? I always wondered why so few sites do it when testing coolers. Realistically it doesnt matter to me how fast a fan goes, only how much noise it is making to get me reasonable temps...just a thought.

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@Soullessone21

Please do steal the idea! For example, I know some 120mm case fans I can run all day at 1200rpm without caring...others annoy me at 1000rpm.

Hopefully it is something you could create from the data points you already have for various coolers.

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