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Swiftech intro two new Edge HD liquid cooling kits w/ Apogee HD waterblock

H20-220 Edge HD and H20-320 Edge HD now available via Swiftech.com.

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Nov 4, 2011 2:16 pm

Following the introduction of their new high-end Apogee HD CPU waterblock a few days ago, Swiftech is back in the limelight again with today's release of their new H2O-X20 Edge HD liquid coolers sporting the aforementioned waterblock.

 

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Two new coolers have been released in the Edge HD series; the H20-220 and H20-320. The former uses Swiftech's new MCR 220 Drive Rev3 radiator, while the latter includes the MCR 320 Drive Rev3. Both radiators feature built-in reservoirs with two fill-ports and caps. They rely on Swiftech's MCP35X PWM controlled pump and include two 120mm fans on the MCR 220 and three 120mm fans on the MCR 320.

 

The Apogee HD waterblock (detailed here) has a C110 copper base-plate with its housing being made of polyacetal copolymer and uses a triple outlet port design promising improved loop performance.

 

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Both the H20-220 Edge HD and H20-320 Edge HD support Intel LGA775, 1155, 1156, 1366 and the upcoming 2011 processors out of the box. AMD is also supported via a mounting kit that can be provided free of charge upon request.

 

Both liquid coolers are now available from Swiftech direct with pricing from $229.95 to $269.95.

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