Wednesday, June 21st 2017

Raijintek Intros the Juno X Low-profile CPU Cooler

Raijintek today introduced the Juno X top-flow CPU cooler. A throwback to the heatsink-designs of the early-2000s, the Juno X features an aluminium fin-stack that has been bunched up in the middle to make the base, with the ends of the fins projecting radially; and two 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes fast-tracking heat transfer from the base to the peripheries of the fins. The cooler comes in four variants based on the color of its fan's LED illumination, red, green, and blue, and no-illumination.

The factory-fitted 92 mm fan takes in 4-pin PWM power input, and spins between 1,200-2,500 RPM, pushing up to 52 CFM of air, with a noise output of 26 dBA. Measuring 110 mm x 110 mm x 50 mm (LxWxH), the cooler weighs about 130 g, and can handle thermal loads of up to 70W TDP. The cooler supports most modern CPU sockets, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA115x, and LGA775.
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11 Comments on Raijintek Intros the Juno X Low-profile CPU Cooler

#1
RejZoR
I remember the days Zalman was super popular with their flower designs. The better ones even had heatpipes through and they were one of top performing coolers for years.
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#2
DeathtoGnomes
RejZoR, post: 3680477, member: 1515"
I remember the days Zalman was super popular with their flower designs. The better ones even had heatpipes through and they were one of top performing coolers for years.
yep and prices to match.
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#3
djisas
Zalman ripoff...
I had one of these cooper zalman, it was a little wonder back then, still own a cpns 9500 zalamn too...
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#4
silentbogo
I might even have it's mom and dad in the basement: CNPS7000 and TT Orb.
And just a few months ago I gave away a "conjoined-twin" relative - TT DuOrb, so my friend can cool his old Radeon x1900.

As far as I remember - all of those were crap.
Also, I don't like this:
btarunr, post: 3680474, member: 43587"
cooler weighs about 130 g
Because my HTPC-200 weighs twice as much without fan, and it can handle 65W AMD APUs just fine, but with 90W rated TDP it was struggling with a 65W i5-2500(non-K).
CNPS7000 weighs x6 times as much at nearly the same dimensions and structure, and was rated at ~80W max dissipation, given that it's made completely out of copper.
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
My socket 939 called....

It wants its cooler back
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#8
MrGenius
btarunr, post: 3680474, member: 43587"
...and two 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes fast-tracking heat transfer from the base to the peripheries of the fins.
I read that and, based on my understanding of the word peripheries, visualized something quite different from the heat pipes used on this cooler. Which don't really fit that description at all.

Spoiler: "Periphery definition"
pe·riph·er·y
pəˈrif(ə)rē/
noun
plural noun: peripheries
  1. the outer limits or edge of an area or object.
    "new buildings on the periphery of the hospital site"
    synonyms: edge, outer edge, margin, fringe, boundary, border, perimeter, rim, verge, borderline; outskirts, outer limits/reaches, bounds;
    literary bourn, marge
    "rambling estates on the periphery of the city"


What I had in mind looked like this:


Or this:


A more accurate description would be:
...and two 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes fast-tracking heat transfer from the base to the inner ends of the fins
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy

well ... no innovation there i guess:kookoo:
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#11
Chloe Price
Yup, absolutely reminds me about good old Zalmans. Had CNPS7000 on my S462 PC and VF700 on R9700Pro.
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