Raijintek has introduced two new CPU coolers, Pallas and Zelos. The Pallas CPU cooler is intended for higher-end systems, while the Zelos cooler is only intended to be used on mid-range systems.
The Pallas is a C-style CPU cooler with an aluminum heatsink to which heat is fed through six 6 mm heat pipes. It measures 153 x 150 x 68 mm and carries a 140 mm fan. The fan can spin at speeds ranging from 650 to 1400 RPM and will make no more than 28 dBA of noise. It has support for most modern CPU sockets, including Intel's LGA1150 and LGA2011 sockets, as well as AMD's AM3+ and FM2+ sockets.
Zelos, on the other hand, is a smaller cooler which measures 94 x 93 x 44 mm. Its aluminum fin stack is fed heat through three 6 mm heat pipes, and is cooled by a 90 mm fan which can spin at speeds between 800 and 1400 RPM. At full speed it'll make about 20 dBA. It works on all the sockets the Pallos fits on, except the LGA2011 socket.
Raijintek has priced the Pallos CPU cooler at €39.90 and the Zelos CPU cooler at €17.90, translating to $54 and $24.25, respectively. Availability is to be expected 'soon.'