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Raijintek Juno Pro RBW – RGB Lighting at a Top Price

Conclusion of the Raijintek Juno Pro RBW Review

Raijintek’s Juno Pro RBW is aimed at a limited clientele: RGB lighting for as little money as possible, that is the outstanding feature of the cooler. In fact, there is currently no equivalent solution that is even cheaper.

For the price of currently € 12.90 you get a black CPU cooler with well implemented RGB lighting, which however has weaknesses in control: From our point of view, Raijintek would have liked to have been able to do without the button for deactivating the lighting, because as it is currently implemented, it must be stowed away as invisibly as possible.

The cooler is unspectacular in terms of cooling performance: the design chosen on our system provides slightly better temperatures than the Wraith Spire supplied by AMD, and is also slightly louder at maximum speed. But even then the fan is not disturbing. Raijintek has to listen to criticism for the montage: This is not very convenient on AMD systems and could have been implemented much better.

The bottom line is that the target group for which the Juno Pro RBW is a good option can be easily narrowed down. If you want a CPU cooler with well implemented RGB lighting and an attractive appearance for as little money as possible, without needing more cooling power than a boxed cooler and without planning regular system conversions, then this cooler is the right choice for you. For AMD systems, however, there is a better alternative in the form of the Wraith Prism and at least a comparable alternative in the form of the Wraith Spire RGB, which is supplied free of charge with some processors.

Raijintek Juno Pro RBW


Everything for the optics: The Juno Pro provides good RGB lighting for little money, but there are cuts in the assembly.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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