As this product is first AIO in the Reeven line up, as far as liquid cooling goes. I expect to see more products in the near future that would support bigger radiators and perhaps come with RGB fans. From what I have seen so far, Naia 240 is a well built and designed product that has potential to compete with its competitors ThermalTake, Cooler Master, etc. From the performance stand point I think Naia 240 performed very well and the temperatures I got in stock and over-clock benchmarks were superb. Its best selling point is the fact that unlike other AIOs, the noise levels are very low.
One of the strong features of Naia 240 is a serviceable radiator and CPU block. Not all self-contained loops have this feature, which enables users to flush your radiators or pipes for modding, so giving that ability to an AIO unit is a positive feature. What I also found cool is the ability to mix the color of the coolant by adding included dyes. This level of customizability is always a welcome sight in a market that is full of the very similar products.
The Reeven Naia 240 comes with a two-year warranty. Compared to most other AIO’s which have a 5-year warranty, this is rather short. Within that period, Reeven guarantees that the unit and its fans will continue to operate with out an issue. For $109, it is right in line for a competitive fight against other mainstream 240mm AIO units. The new Naia however has enough unique features that set it apart from most generic options.