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Raijintek Pallas Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

Raijintek are now an established brand in the case and cooling sectors, something which is quite impressive considering they have only been in business since 2013. Today we are looking at the Pallas low-profile cooler, its highlight feature being its size – it boasts a total height of just 68mm. Something like the Pallas will no-doubt appeal to those looking to build HTPC or tiny SFF PCs.

With the market firmly heading towards smaller (yet more powerful) systems, low-profile coolers like the Raijintek Pallas are now more important than ever. While it certainly looks good, what is the installation process like, and how does it perform? We go over everything you need to know in this review.



  • Dimensions: [W×D×H] 153×150×68 mm
  • Weight” 420 g [Heat Sink Only]
  • Thermal Resistance: 0.14 °C/W
  • Heat Sink material: Full Nickel
  • Base Material: Copper Base
  • Fin Material: Aluminium Alloy; Solder-free fins assembly
  • Heat-pipe: 6x6mm


  • Dimensions: [W×H×D] 140×150×13 mm
  • Voltage Rating: 12V
  • Starting Voltage: 7 V
  • Speed: 650~1400 R.P.M. [PWM controlled]
  • Bearing Type: Sleeve Bearing
  • Air Flow: 56.55 CFM [Max.]
  • Air Pressure: 1.24 mmH2O [Max.]
  • Life Expectance: 40,000 hrs
  • Noise Level: 28 dBA
  • Connector: 4 pin with PWM

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