Jonsbo Launches M.2 2280 SSD Active Cooler with Dual Heat Pipes and a 10,000 RPM Fan

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Jonsbo has begun advertising the M.2-7, a new cooling solution for M.2 2280 NVMe SSDs that features not only a pair of heat pipes, but also a fan for active cooling that’s capable of speeds ranging from 3,000 RPM to 10,000 RPM. According to the specifications that can be found on Jonsbo’s official website, including promotional materials, users can expect an operating noise of around 25.9 dBA.

Tech specs for the cooler include:

  • Dimensions: (L) 101.7 mm (W) 25 mm (H) 36.5 mm
  • Cooling Method: Active Cooling
  • Application: 2280 SSD
  • Rated Voltage:DC 12V
  • Input Current: 0.05A
  • INPUT Power: 0.5W
  • Fan Speed: 3,000 to 10,000 RPM (士10%)
  • Air Flow: 1.37 CFM (max)
  • Air Pressure:3.08 mmH2O (max)
  • Acoustical Noise (avg.): 25.9 dBA (max)
  • Weight: 115 g

A gallery of the cooler and its components:

Some promo materials, echoing its specs:

IT Home noted in its coverage:

…this radiator is made of aluminum alloy, equipped with dual heat pipes and dual thermal conductive silicone pads, which can solve the problem of performance degradation after high-speed M.2 solid-state drives accumulate heat. This radiator is equipped with an adjustable base, is compatible with single-sided and double-sided SSDs, and comes with dual thermally conductive silicone grease pads.


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