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Swiftech H2O-220 Compact - has a bigger radiator

Posted on Wednesday, December 05 2007 @ 13:06:08 CET by

In August Swiftech released the H2O-120 all-in-one watercooling kit. These type of solutions are pretty easy to install but unfortunately the performance wasn't really stellar. Reviews from sites like AnandTech indicated you're paying a lot of money for a cooling kit that doesn't perform any better than high-end air cooling.

Today Swiftech has another attempt at all-in-one watercooling with the H2O-220 compact CPU liquid cooling kit which features a dual 120mm radiator and the firm's new Radbox radiator housing.

  • The Dual 120mm radiator provides maximum cooling headroom and affords both "low temps and low noise!"
  • High head pressure pump: the water-block built-in high head pressure pump can accommodate multiple additional water-blocks in the loop without compromising the system cooling performance.
  • Quiet pump
  • 12 to 7 and 12 to 5 volt fan adapters are included (29 or 22 dBA) for low/ultra low noise operations.
  • The H20-220-COMPACT kit is compatible with the Intel LGA775 and AMD Socket 754, 939, 940, AM2 and F sockets. It's priced at $199.95 and features the Apogee Drive 350 self-powered waterblock, the dual MCR220 QP Res radiator with built-in reservoir, fans, Radbox external radiator housing, Smartcoiled Norprene 3/8" tubing fittings and hydrx coolant.



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