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Are Jonsbo AIOs good?

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I was searching for an AIO cooler then I found a cooler that is made by "Jonsbo", the model of the AIO is named "Jonsbo TW2-120 (601) 120mm" and is going for Php 1,250 which is $25, I tried searching Jonsbo AIOs on amazon but theyr'e not selling anything on there. I think Jonsbo aren't selling AIOs on the US, but if you happen to be using one, are they good? Here's the link: http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_54_3.html. If you're wondering on how I found the cooler, I'm from the Phillipines and I found the Jonsbo AIO on PChub's price list, which is only located on the Philippines.

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1. Design with pure copper thermal base and 0.15MM channel, the heat dissipation rate can be effectively enhanced;
2. 256 colors changing effects can be achieved on the pump and fans;
3. Light transmitted transparent PC + tempered glass are used for the pump, the light effectsis crystal clear;
4. The radiator contains 12 all aluminum high-density fins liquid channels, and so the coolant can have full contact with the radiator, in consequence the temperature of the CPU can be lower quickly.

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Basically all 120mm and 140mm AIOs are crap, and so are most of the <$100 MasterLiquids made by CM for that matter. Money is better spent on a decent air cooler.

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any AIO under 240mm is a waste of money, and so are most 240mm ones too. unless you are very space constrained an AIO dosnt make sense

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