Friday, September 18, 2015

Review Swiftech H220-X Liquid CPU Cooler, Great expandable water cooling

The week ago. I'm looking for information on the Swiftech H220-X Liquid CPU Cooler, so i have to tell.

overall a great cpu cooler with a few minor flaws. I'll start with the weaknesses of this kit before moving on to the positives. My first problem is that the tubing is on the short side, which basically limited to this Assembly at the top of your case, unless you have a small case. the tubes are approximately 10 "long FYI. I have a r4 fractal and really hoped that I could fit this in the front, so I could keep the sound dampening pads on top of my case (I'm a fan of silence). Unfortunately due to short tubes failed to do this, so this ended up sounding louder than my cooler Master hyper 212, although I think the h220x is really quiet. issue # 2 is that the information for the water block is very difficult without someone to help you. now on to the positives. First, it needs to be said that this is not just a cpu cooler, but is in fact the beginning of own customized installation cooling liquid because you can add to it unlike other cpu water cooler. in fact, you can buy all this components separately to build your own, but it would cost more than $ 200 to do so. Secondly, the h220x is pretty quiet at idle and it keeps my cpu to 33 c without ramping up much at all (8320 to 4.3 ghz oc) during the stress test. all in all I would recommend this over any other cpu water cooler, but if you want absolute silence, stick with a high-end conditioner as noctura.

Swiftech H220-X Liquid CPU Cooler

The patent pending H220-X liquid cooling system is Swiftech's next generation all-in-one CPU cooler featuring a dual 120mm copper radiator, and enthusiast grade pump and waterblock. As in previous Swiftech® offerings, the product remains entirely focused on low to inaudible operating noise with extreme thermal performance, and it is engineered to appeal to the broadest possible .... Read more or Check Price

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