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Masteroderus November 19, 2012 08:21 PM

New Swiftech All-in-One and a half
 
Swiftech H2O-x20 Edge HD - PC Liquid Cooling Systems CPU Cooler VGA Water Block Heatsink Pump Radiator Heat Exchanger Kit

I always though putting the pump right over the CPU was innovative, but required your reservoir to be above the CPU block.

So Swiftech integrated it with their reservoir + rad, so when top mounted it'll work with as much clutter as an all in one cooler. Very nice. Also come in triple flavour.

Kit also comes with premium fittings!! Also very innovative!

If only they made an ultra thin dual rad for the 500r, curses...

Bungwirez November 20, 2012 01:27 AM

cool heatsink... had no idea that Swiftec were making kits with rad.

its now a good fight between them and with the closed loop market.

Generic User #2 November 20, 2012 01:33 AM

I'd be interested if they made that a single rad. it MIGHT open up the possibility of watercooling in shoebox mitx cases lol.

KaptCrunch November 20, 2012 04:19 AM

looks they ae trying for the console and htpc market

Footman November 20, 2012 08:49 AM

I have one of these kits. Excellent solution. I have a 220 with a separate 140 rad cooling a heavily overclocked 3770k and a pair of 670's in SLI. Much recommended, looks supremely neat as well.

Edit, my bad you guys are talking about the Elite version with the Apogee drive!

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60054981/008%20%282%29.JPG

Masteroderus November 20, 2012 03:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Footman (Post 672036)
I have one of these kits. Excellent solution. I have a 220 with a separate 140 rad cooling a heavily overclocked 3770k and a pair of 670's in SLI. Much recommended, looks supremely neat as well.

Edit, my bad you guys are talking about the Elite version with the Apogee drive!

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60054981/008%20%282%29.JPG

They're almost the same tho, just one has the pump on the CPU block, the other has the pump in the rad assembly. Same pump too, i think.

Nice lookin rig btw :thumb:

Footman November 21, 2012 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Masteroderus (Post 672114)
They're almost the same tho, just one has the pump on the CPU block, the other has the pump in the rad assembly. Same pump too, i think.

Nice lookin rig btw :thumb:


Thanks, Swiftech make some great kit, been using their stuff for almost 10 years now. Their latest kits certainly make it easy to have a simple WC loop.

Currently with low rpm fans I hit around 54C on the gpu's and 64C on the cpu. This is excellent considering my requirements are low noise and not ultra low temps.

Proves that most people can use a 220 rad for a pair of stock gpu's in CF or SLI and a stock cpu.


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