Monday, December 11th 2017

Raijintek Launches the JUNO-X RGB Low-profile CPU Cooler

The JUNO-X is a small, compact, and light CPU cooler that is ideal for HTPCs and other small computers with its max TDP of 70 Watts. The "radial"-style used is reminiscent of a successful cooling concept from Zalman, except in this version it is made entirely out of aluminum and its powerful 92 mm PWM fans are surrounded by the cooler fins.

COMPACT RADIAL-STYLE CPU COOLER
The Raijintek Juno-X consists of a heatsink whose aluminium fins form a ring around a slowly-turning 92 mm PWM fan. This arrangement also allows the surrounding motherboard components to receive cooling. Thanks to its low 50 mm height, the Juno-X is primarily designed for use in low-profile cases that offer limited space.
THE RAIJINTEK JUNO-X CPU COOLER AT A GLANCE:
  • Aluminum CPU cooler with a radial-style design
  • 92 mm PWM fan with RGB LED lighting
  • Designed for HTPCs and small computers
  • 1.200 - 2.500 RPM
  • 88,35 m3/h / 0,94 mm H2O / max. 26 dB
  • Compatible with modern AMD and Intel sockets
In performance terms this cooler comes with some impressive specifications, especially in regards to the 1200 to 2500 RPM range which allows for a maximum airflow of 88,35 m3/h. This also enables the cooler to produce a high static pressure of 0,94 mm H2O. The cooler's maximum 26 dB noise output means the Juno-X also functions very quietly, assisted in no small part by its use of a 4-pin PWM motherboard connector.

The original retention module of the Juno-X enables installation on all modern AMD sockets (AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+), 754, 939, 940). Thanks to a plastic bracket the cooler can also be installed on LGA 775 and LGA 115x motherboards. Installation can be performed quickly and easily by hand without the need for tools.

The Raijintek Juno X is available starting from £7.99 for the black version or single color LED, and £9.99 for the RGB version.
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8 Comments on Raijintek Launches the JUNO-X RGB Low-profile CPU Cooler

#1
bug
Yes, this has reminded me of Zalman's CNPS-7500. I googled that just for kicks and what do you know? It's still available for purchase!
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#2
dj-electric
It really is a cooling disaster that refuses to die. Now they put rgb on it. Thats like covering a shitcake with sprinkles
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bug
Dj-ElectriC said:
It really is a cooling disaster that refuses to die. Now they put rgb on it. Thats like covering a shitcake with sprinkles
I don't know about "disaster". I can name several highly-acclaimed cooling solution that haven't been around for so many years. Fwiw, the 7500 is no longer featured on Zalman's website, despite retailers still carrying it.
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#4
dj-electric
I would consider this design a disaster for how quickly it fills up with dust and creates thermal issue. Adding the noise and the inability to fix or replace the fan is a great recipe for something you wouldn't wanna recommand to anyone. I've replaced way too many of these.
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#6
Vayra86
bug said:
Yes, this has reminded me of Zalman's CNPS-7500. I googled that just for kicks and what do you know? It's still available for purchase!
Yeah they all are! I love those designs, too bad they don't do all that well, there's just not enough surface area and the fans... so crappy. Every time I go shopping for a rig I still silently want them :D
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#7
natr0n
A dual cpu low power server with 2 of these rgb would be fun.
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#8
Paganstomp
Thermaltake Blue Orb II with 120mm Fan from 2005.
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