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Raijintek Leto Air Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

Priced at £26.99, Raijintek’s Leto cooler is squarely aimed at PC builders on a tight budget. Given the entry-level air cooling market is fiercely competitive, and we have already seen a few proficient coolers in recent months, the Leto definitely has its work cut-out to prove it is worth buying.

Currently, we recommend the Cryorig H7 as the go-to cooler if you are on a budget. Raijintek will certainly hope that its Leto cooler, boasting 3 heatpipes, an LED fan and compatibility with all modern CPUs, is up to the task.


Specification:

  • Dimensions: 122(W) x 76(D) x 157(H) mm

Heatsink

  • Base Material: CPU Direct Contact [C.D.C.]
  • Fin Material: Aluminium Alloy; Solder-free fins assembly

Heat-pipe

  • Spec: 8mm
  • Quantity: 3pcs

Fan

  • Dimension: 120(W) x 120(H) x 25(D) mm
  • Voltage Rating: 12V (Range: 10.8 – 13.2V)
  • Starting Voltage: 7V (Max.)
  • Rate Current: 0.28Amp (Max. 0.32 Amp)
  • Speed: 800 ~ 1800 R.P.M. (PWM)
  • Bearing Type: Sleeve bearing
  • Air Flow: 65.5 CFM (Max.)
  • Air Pressure: 1.14 mmH2O (Max.)
  • LEDs: 8
  • Life Expectance: 40,000 hrs
  • Noise Level: 28.5 dBA (Max.)
  • Weight: 570g (Heat Sink & fan Only)
  • Thermal Resistance: 0.13?/W

Socket Compatibility:

  • All Intel® Socket: LGA 775 , 115x , 1366 , 201x , 2066
  • All AMD Socket: AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1

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