Raijintek Pallas CPU Cooler Review


In the world of SSF (Small Form Factor) coolers there are many options available for the enthusiast these days. A lot of people have been trying to cram full sized radiators and water blocks into their builds, but with some computer cases this is not as always an easy option. RaijinTek claims they have an answer with the Pallas cooler. Being marketed as a high-end, low-profile cooler, it is designed for HTPC’s and narrow enclosure desktop PC builds. It’s height with the included fan is only 68mm tall, and is equipped with 6 powerful heat pipes.

About RaijinTek

As a rather recent company venturing into the world of high end consumer PC hardware, RaijinTek aims to provide products that have an extreme level of engineering, performance, design, and multifunctional usage. Having only been established in 2013, I feel like they are well on their way to doing just that. Just glancing over their website you get a feel for the style and functionality that they hope to bring to the home user. Their projects are designed in Germany, and manufactured in Taiwan.

Raijintek’s Take on the Pallas


  • 140mm Low Profile Cooler (68mm total height including PWM fan)
  • Designed for low profile systems
  • Patented copper mirror base and full heat-sink nickel plating
  • Enhanced airflow and surface for heat dissipation
  • 6 powerful 6mm heat-pipes
  • Super slim and powerful 14013 PWM fan
  • Supports Intel & AMD CPU sockets and platforms


  • Product Name: Pallas
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 153mm x 150mm x 68mm
  • Weight: 420 g (heatsink only)
  • Fan Voltage: 12V
  • Speed: 650~1400 RPM
  • Bearing Type: Sleeve
  • Air Flow: 56 CFM
  • Air Pressure: 1.24 mm/H2o
  • Noise Level: 28 dBA
  • Connector: 4 Pin PWM
  • Intel Sockets: 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011
  • AMD Sockets: FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
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