Raijintek presents Themis Evo CPU cooler

The new kid on the CPU market block Raijintek has continued its market push with a new company product called Themis Evo. The new CPU cooler has been created with the efforts of Xigmatek and Cooler Master engineers that now work for Raijintek and supports all modern Intel and AMD processors.

The Themis Evo cooler measures 122 x 165 x 82 mm and weighs 614 grams without the cooling fan. The cooler is made of a massive aluminum heat sink and comes with four 8 mm U-shaped copper heat pipes that directly touch the processor thanks to the CPU Direct Contact technology. In addition a 120 mm cooling fan cools the entire structure. The MTBF of the cooling fan is rated at 40 000 hours with the fan being able to push 65.68 CFM at 24.53 dBa of noise. Overclockers and hardware enthusiasts also have the option of putting a second fan for better cooling.

The new Raijintek cooler supports all Intel LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011 processors as well as all AMD FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2 chips.

You can have the Themis Evo cooler now for EUR 23.90.


Source: Raijintek

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