Thursday, November 16th 2017

Jonsbo Intros the PC-701 Top-flow CPU Cooler

Jonsbo today introduced the PC-701 top-flow CPU cooler. The cooler features a "C-type" aluminium fin-stack which propagates along the plane of the motherboard. Heat drawn by five 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat-pipes making direct contact with the CPU at the base, is conveyed along five points of the aluminium fin-stack, which is then ventilated by a 120 mm fan. Measuring 120 mm x 125 mm x 75 mm (WxDxH), and weighing 570 g, the cooler is designed to handle thermal loads of up to 135W.

The included 120 mm fan is the same one Jonsbo bundles with the CR-601 cooler. Taking in 4-pin PWM input, it spins between 500 to 1,500 RPM, with a noise output ranging between 19.5 to 29.2 dBA. This fan features RGB LED lighting projected onto its impeller. The cooler supports most mainstream-desktop CPU socket types, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA115x, and LGA775. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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23 Comments on Jonsbo Intros the PC-701 Top-flow CPU Cooler

#1
lexluthermiester
This is reminiscent of a kit Cooler Master made. I like it.
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Gundem
This looks sooo good. I love low profile coolers compared to towers. I think I should buy one :)
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AsRock
TPU addict
Gundem said:
This looks sooo good. I love low profile coolers compared to towers. I think I should buy one :)
Really ?, they look all computerized. Like to see how the contact area really is.
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#4
RejZoR
Interesting fan blades. Usually the channeling groves/ridges are rather subtle, but here it's like super raised ridges on each blade.
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#5
Vayra86
Nearly pulled the trigger on this one



Gets within spitting distance of a NH-D15S under heavy loads. And damn is it sexy? Topflow really has a certain appeal.
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btarunr
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Vayra86 said:
Nearly pulled the trigger on this one



Gets within spitting distance of a NH-D15S under heavy loads. And damn is it sexy? Topflow really has a certain appeal.
That looks like a Big Mac with that unnecessary bun in the middle.
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#8
Gundem
btarunr said:
That looks like a Big Mac with that unnecessary bun in the middle.
:roll:
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#9
Valantar
AsRock said:
they look all computerized.
I am very interested in what, exactly, you mean by this.


Other than that, this looks like it would be an excellent fit for an SFF Raven Ridge (w/pico PSU) build with some overclocking potential, once AM4 chips hit the market. Just need an ITX case that will fit the cooler (and pretty much nothing else) with a decent design. Shouldn't be too difficult.
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#10
trog100
i have one of the be quiet bun in the middle top flow coolers..

they work very well and eave room for case side fans which i needed for my pair of 980 tI room heaters..

i now have a pair of 1070 cards similar performance but without the cooling problems.. its amazing the difference losing 150 watts or so makes.. he he

trog
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#11
AsRock
TPU addict
AsRock said:
Really ?, they look all computerized. Like to see how the contact area really is.
That it would of been nice to see some actual pictures

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#12
Vayra86
trog100 said:
i have one of the be quite bun in the middle top flow 4coolers..

they work very well and eave room for case side fans which i needed for my pair of 980 tI room heaters..

i now have a pair of 1070 cards similar performance but without the cooling problems.. its amazing the difference losing 150 watts or so makes.. he he

trog
Still rocking the 75 fps cap like a baws? :D
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#13
trog100
Vayra86 said:
Still rocking the 75 fps cap like a baws? :D
nope i just let the 1070 cards do their thing.. he he

but will say again losing that 150 watts or so of heat to get rid of makes a huge difference.. more so than i would have thought.. :)

trog
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#14
Raendor
Will this fit in Node 202 and be enough to cool 6700k? My Noctua Nh-L9i is not enough for it even at stock clocks. Even when undervolted to 1.15-1.2 and set to 4.0 Ghz it still goes into 80 C territory in gaming with high cpu loads (like BF1).
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Valantar
Raendor said:
Will this fit in Node 202 and be enough to cool 6700k? My Noctua Nh-L9i is not enough for it even at stock clocks. Even when undervolted to 1.15-1.2 and set to 4.0 Ghz it still goes into 80 C territory in gaming with high cpu loads (like BF1).
Well that's a shocker ... If you had checked Noctua's compatibility chart, you would have seen that it states support for the 6700K, but "Recommended with good case ventilation only." In other words, not the Node 202.

And no, this won't fit the 202 - its max CPU cooler height is 56mm, this is 75mm. The Cryorig C7 might be worth a try, it's rated for 100W, but it won't be a massive improvement. You might be able to squeeze a Reeven Brontes (59mm) in your case if you mount the fan to the case side panel (removes the height of the metal mounting clips) and use some elbow grease/accept a slightly bent side panel, but that might put some stress on your socket and mounting mechanism. If you're going the way of side-panel mounted fans though, you might try to mount a 120mm fan over your Nh-L9i first though (as you'll have to lightly mod your side panel anyway). The Prolimatech Samuel 17 with a low profile 120mm fan would also probably fit, and I found plenty of pictures of the 202 with a Scythe Big Shuriken 2 rev. B, even though its stated height is 58mm.
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lexluthermiester
Vayra86 said:
Nearly pulled the trigger on this one Gets within spitting distance of a NH-D15S under heavy loads. And damn is it sexy? Topflow really has a certain appeal.
Got that one[or one very similar] for a client of mine. Took off both of the fans and fitted an led fan with better static airflow pressure in the middle. Performs well for the space he wanted to fit it into.
AsRock said:
That it would of been nice to see some actual pictures
Right? Betting it's going to be very close to the CG mock-up.
RejZoR said:
Interesting fan blades. Usually the channeling groves/ridges are rather subtle, but here it's like super raised ridges on each blade.
I've seen other fans like that. The airflow is usually very good, but at the cost of requiring a bit more power and a bit of additional noise. If neither of those two point are a concern, then the ridges are a good benefit.
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AsRock
TPU addict
lexluthermiester said:
Got that one[or one very similar] for a client of mine. Took off both of the fans and fitted an led fan with better static airflow pressure in the middle. Performs well for the space he wanted to fit it into.

Right? Betting it's going to be very close to the CG mock-up.

I've seen other fans like that. The airflow is usually very good, but at the cost of requiring a bit more power and a bit of additional noise. If neither of those two point are a concern, then the ridges are a good benefit.
Well it's kinda like buying a game due to what you had seen but looks nothing like it, not saying it be crap just would of been nice to see how well the pipes were joined as i bet they are not any were near as smooth as that picture.
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#18
lexluthermiester
AsRock said:
Well it's kinda like buying a game due to what you had seen but looks nothing like it, not saying it be crap just would of been nice to see how well the pipes were joined as i bet they are not any were near as smooth as that picture.
Good point. Real world pictures would be nice. I think the images here are from the Jonsbo website; http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_28_25.html
They seem to be making a name for themselves.
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Vayra86
lexluthermiester said:
Good point. Real world pictures would be nice. I think the images here are from the Jonsbo website; http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_28_25.html
They seem to be making a name for themselves.
Website also has not a single real shot of the product.

This is starting to smell weird.
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#20
TheTop4884
I want to see it its can be fitting in the NCase M1
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#21
SteveS45
Valantar said:
I am very interested in what, exactly, you mean by this.


Other than that, this looks like it would be an excellent fit for an SFF Raven Ridge (w/pico PSU) build with some overclocking potential, once AM4 chips hit the market. Just need an ITX case that will fit the cooler (and pretty much nothing else) with a decent design. Shouldn't be too difficult.
These are 3D renders not the actual product.
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lexluthermiester
SteveS45 said:
These are 3D renders not the actual product.
We know, as evidenced by the comments above..
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#23
Valantar
SteveS45 said:
These are 3D renders not the actual product.
Yep. That's how product launches usually work. While photos would be nice (to see how manufacturing compares to the "ideal" renders), the main thing to look for in a CPU cooler is still the overall design - size, contact area, heat pipes, materials, fin area, fan size/type/speed, and so on. Renders and specs flesh out most of those sufficiently, and we need actual reviews for anything more tangible, not just photos.
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