Posts Tagged: swiftech

Swiftech H220-X CPU Liquid Cooling Kit Review

Expandability, replaceable G1/4 fittings, and a transparent reservoir are terms not usually associated with all-in-one CPU water cooling kits. Swiftech aims to change the way you think when considering an all-in-one cooler and provides all those options and more with their newly released H220-X CPU liquid cooling kit. The Swiftech H220-X has a lot of innovative and unique features your standard re-branded Asetek units just can’t match, and we’ll explore these feature in detail today. The Swiftech H220-X aims to provide extreme thermal performance at an almost inaudible noise level, so let’s find out how they did! Read More

Swiftech Announces H220-X AIO CPU Cooler Release

Today, Swiftech announced the release of the H220 successor, the H220-X. The unit features Swiftech’s flagship Apogee XL waterblock and a pump that is integrated into the 240 mm radiator. We have a review sample headed our way, so stay tuned for that! Read More

Swiftech H220 LCS All-In-One Water Cooler Review

During our recent trip to CES in Las Vegas, we had a great meeting with the guys from Swiftech. They had several items on display for us to look over, but their main reason for being at CES was to introduce the new H220 all-in-one water cooling system. So, what makes the Swftech H220 stand out against the plethora of other manufacturers offerings? Actually, there is a number of things that we’ll explore! Read More

Project Rhapsody in Red - Completed!

It has been a long time coming and thankfully this project, Rhapsody in Red (named after a song written & performed by my band in college), is finally complete. Stop in and check out what some great looking fans, cables and a case-matching fan controller can do to really make your build pop! Read More

Swiftech H20-220 Edge Liquid Cooling Kit Review

Many of the members at the Overclockers.com forums who are watercooling experts will often advise you to stay away from water cooling ‘kits’ for a number of reasons. First, the price vs. performance ratios of most kits are poor compared to aftermarket air cooling, and sometimes such kits even perform worse than aftermarket air coolers. Other concerns are the closed loop and not having the ability to upgrade parts. Swiftech reckon they have changed that with its new “Edge” line of water cooling kits. Today we will be reviewing the Swiftech H20-220 Edge Liquid Cooling Kit which has kindly been provided by CrazyPC.com. Read More

Swiftech MCW80 - Riding the Lightning

When you have two cards as formidable as these two, it’s only natural to want to squeeze every last bit of performance out of them. Enter Swiftech’s high-efficiency MCW80… Read More