Jonsbo Now Offering TW Series AIO CPU Coolers

/ 2 years ago

Jonsbo Now Offering TW Series AIO CPU Coolers

Case manufacturer Jonsbo is joining in the AIO cooler bandwagon with their new TW series CPU Coolers. They have CPU air cooler offerings previously, but this is the first time they have a liquid-cooling unit. The TW series comes with a pump block unit that has a raised copper contact surface. This is so that the components are not in the way.

Jonsbo Now Offering TW Series AIO CPU Coolers

The side of this pump block has a pair of pre-sleeved hoses attached. These hoses use FEP material pipe. With its high temperature, corrosion and oxidation resistance characteristics, the water evaporation rate is 50% lower than ordinary tube.

CPU mounting support includes Intel LGA775, 115X, 1366, and 20xx. For AMD units, it is compatible with sockets 754, 939, AM2+, AM3+, AM4, FM1 and FM2+.

Jonsbo Now Offering TW Series AIO CPU CoolersThe Jonsbo TW-240 comes with a 240mm radiator and two 120mm fans. These fans use hydraulic bearing and operate via 4-pin PWM from 900 to 1500 RPM. The pump also has RGB LED functionality, able to change between 256 colors.

120mm Radiator Jonsbo TW-120 Also Available

Jonsbo Now Offering TW Series AIO CPU Coolers

For users with a more compact system, a 120mm radiator version is also available. This is the TW-120 and has the same features, including the same fan and pump block design.

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