Swiftech's expandable self contained watercooling apparatus

Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 17, 2012 - 12:26 PM |
Tagged: swiftech, H20-220 Edge HD Liquid Cooling Kit

Swiftech may change the way that you think about self contained watercoolers with their new H20-220 Edge kit.  Most of these types of coolers are sealed and not intended to be opened for cleaning, let alone be modified or expanded.  The Edge on the other hand is a radiator with an integrated reservoir and pump that can be modified and serviced.   You can expand your cooling loop to include your GPU and other components without voiding the warantee nor is it difficult to set up.  The cooling performance is on par with the competitions but there is a drawback, the kit Legit Reviews tried out was the less expensive version but it still cost over $200.

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"The H2O-220 Edge HD kit from Swiftech is solidly built, easy to install, and performs very well. The configurability of the H2O-220 Edge HD kit is nice as it allows the end user the flexibility to make the cooler fit their need, rather than the other way round..."

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Swiftech's H2O-X20 Edge watercooling kit is effective, if a little loud

Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 29, 2011 - 01:14 PM |
Tagged: watercooling, radiator, pump, swiftech, H2O-X20 Edge Liquid Cooling System

Swiftech has assembled a full water cooling kit, including the waterblock, pump and radiator for just over $300.  This is not a self contained cooler like you have seen recently from Corsair and others, this is a more traditional watercooling kit.  That also means it is more powerful when properly set up, in this case you will need to have all three fans on the radiator running or the heat will not be properly dissipated. That need did prompt the only negative comment X-Bit Labs made, which is that for a watercooler this system is rather loud.

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"A high-performance liquid-cooling system will definitely cool off any overclocked processors in summer heat. A system like was recently released by the American Swiftech Company. Read our new review for more details!"

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Source: X-Bit Labs

Swiftech's new self contained watercooler is not greater than the sum of its parts

Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 16, 2011 - 01:23 PM |
Tagged: watercooling, swiftech

The Swiftech H2O-320 is a self contained watercooler similar to the other kits which have become much more commonly availabe.  It is assembled from parts that will be quite familiar to those who have been installing their own watercooling loops, an Apogee XTL block and a MCP35X pump/reservoir with a 360mm MCR-320 radiator.  All of those parts are fairly good choices, which is probably why Overclock3D was so surprised at the lack luster cooling performance of the H2O-320.  The kit was loud and could not compete with others available for half the price, which lead to their suggestion to avoid it.

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"We take a look at a very simple kit from Swiftech thats bursting with high quality parts. How does it perform on the OC3D test rig?"

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Source: Overclock3D