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Raijintek Juno Pro RBW – RGB Lighting at a Top Price

In November 2018 Raijintek presented a new edition of the Juno X RGB: The Juno Pro RBW relies on a slightly larger fan and a revised RGB lighting. The basic concept of the cooler, however, remains identical: The new Juno Pro RBW is also a top-blow cooler for CPU sockets from AMD and Intel, which is supposed to bring RGB lighting into your own PC for a particularly low price.

According to Raijintek, the circular Juno Pro RBW has a diameter of 122.5 mm and a height of 66 mm. Due to the new design in combination with a 120- instead of a 92-mm fan, the Juno Pro should cool much better than its predecessor: Instead of 70 watts, the recommended maximum TDP is now 105 watts. Together with the slight changes, there is also a minimal adjustment to the price of the cooler: Compared to its predecessor, the Juno Pro RBW is two euros more expensive and therefore costs just under 13 euros.

Scope of Delivery

The cooler is supplied in a coloured cardboard box. It contains the Juno Pro RBW together with the mounting accessories. Specifically, this involves a plastic frame and four push pins, which are required for installation on Intel sockets. There are no other accessories for AMD mounting, here the usual retention kit of the platform is used.

Apart from that, only a small bag of heat conducting paste is included, which is sufficient for a one-time installation. No further accessories are used, which was to be expected in view of the price.

Technical Details

CPU cooler

Dimensions 122.5 x 122.5 x 66 mm
Weight (With fan) 315 g
Heatpipes 0
Price € 13

Fan

Dimensions 120 x 120 x 25 mm
speed 400 – 1,800 RPM
Volume 28 dBa
Pumping volume 60.82 m³/h
Static pressure 1.16 mm H2O
Special features RGB illumination (15 LEDs)
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