Sunday, December 9th 2018

Raijintek Refreshes the Pallas CPU Cooler with RGB LED Lighting and More

Raijintek today introduced the Pallas 120 RGB, a refresh of the original Pallas from 2014. Raijintek has made four key changes to its design. To begin with, the mirror finish nickel-plated copper base from the original has been replaced with a direct-touch base, where the cooler's six 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU. The second big change is the black coated aluminium fin-stack and heat-pipes, which offer a matte appearance. Thirdly, the change reflecting the namesake - the fan featuring RGB LED illumination using 10 diodes (4-pin standard RGB header); and lastly, support for newer sockets AM4 and LGA2066, in addition to LGA115x and AM3+.

The C-type heatsink offers a height of just 68 mm, making it perfect for low-profile builds, provided you can find room around the CPU socket for the cooler's vast width and depth. Measuring 130 mm x 146.8 mm x 68 mm (WxDxH), it weighs 550 g, including the fan. The fan specs are mostly unchanged from the original. Drawing power from a 4-pin PWM header, and featuring a hydraulic bearing, it spins between 200 to 1,400 RPM, pushing up to 41.71 CFM of air, with a maximum noise output of 28.43 dBA. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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7 Comments on Raijintek Refreshes the Pallas CPU Cooler with RGB LED Lighting and More

#1
Xzibit
Aside from the fan being poor. I like the look of it in all black.
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Vayra86
Xzibit, post: 3957904, member: 105152"
Aside from the fan being poor. I like the look of it in all black.
I've always been a sucker for this one, for some reason. Fixes your fan issue too :D The height does kinda defeat the purpose for most cases though..

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The Quim Reaper
Nice but that Raijintek sticker on the fan is way too loud, in your face branding, It'd be the first thing to go if I got one of these.
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natr0n
Big Typhoon reminds me of.
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RH92
Would be nice to see how it compares to L12S .
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#7
coonbro
I been liking these style coolers and having the fan blow down and across the m-board to keep a breeze on it . heck I use a cheap coolermaster vortex + with good results . [amd and intel use]



I just wish they would show the cooler mounted on a board to see any clearance issues like memory slot overhang or what ever to be noticed ...

like the guy above said I do like that blackened look as well...
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