Raijintek THEMIS Evo CPU Cooler Review

A new player in the busy cooling market, Raijintek has solidly gained attention in the European sector and are now setting their sights across the pond towards North America. They have eight CPU coolers of different shapes and sizes on their current stable with plans for expansion to the PSU and chassis market very soon as indicated on their website. Raijintek’s coolers having design roots in Germany bodes well for them as many of the current outstanding cooling products come from that area so my expectations are already starting high.

INSTALLATION: Plug in the fan connector when completed

Priced at $40 USD, the THEMIS Evo is Raijintek’s balanced CPU cooler between the budget THEMIS and RHEA coolers and the massive high-end NEMESIS and EREBOSS towers. The Raijintek THEMIS Evo is a direct-contact heatpipe cooler offering paired with a 120mm fan that can push a surprising 3.22 mmH2O at 1800 RPM. Compatibility ranges from LGA775 through LGA115x and LGA 2011 for Intel mainboards while AMD AM2 through AM3+ and FM2+ are also supported.



Product Name THEMIS Evo
Product Number 0P105245
Dimension [WxDxH] 122x82x165 mm
Weight 614 g [Heat Sink Only]
Thermal Resistance 0.11 °C/W
Base Material CPU Direct Contact [C.D.C.]
Fin Material Aluminum Alloy; Solder-less fins assembly; Nickel
Heatpipe Thickness Φ8mm
Heatpipe Quantity 4 pcs
Fan Dimension [WxHxD] 120x120x25 mm
Fan Voltage Rating 12V
Starting Voltage 7 V
Speed 1000~1800 RPM [PWM controlled]
Bearing Type Sleeve Bearing
Air Flow 78.82 CFM
Air Pressure 3.24 mmH2O
Life Expectance 40,000 hrs
Noise Level 27.86 dBA [Max.]
Connector 4 pin with PWM
Compatbility Intel® All Socket LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011 CPU (Core™ i3 / i5 / i7 CPU)
AMD® All FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2 CPU