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Swiftech H20-X20 Edge HD Water Cooling Kits Review - The Packaging

We looked at the original H20-320 Edge kit, but Swiftech took the radiator to Rev3 and introduced "HD" CPU blocks. Check out what these kits can do now.

By: | CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 5, 2012 1:43 pm
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: Swiftech

The Packaging




The H2O-X20 kits come in a cardboard box with this sleeve with the dragster on it implying the raw power to be found in these kits. For delivery, the box and sleeve are sealed in plastic.




The side of both kits shows the H20-220 and H2O-320 Edge in original form still, but most of the features listed below them are still relevant.




Getting a little closer you can see it covers things such as the radiators, and the CFM rating is close enough, they still have PWM fans and pump, but the water block has been changed. Lastly compatibility has now been increased to include Socket 2011.




Under the image of the H20-320 kit, the same features list is written, but this time in French.




On the end of the box is a sticker applied right to the cardboard that shows the included parts list. Between the two kits, what will differ is the 320 gets a larger radiator included, an extra fan, a radbox, and another bottle of coolant mix.




On the back of the sleeve are twenty four renderings of possible configurations for both the 220 version and the H20-320 Edge kits. This information can also be found on a CD included in the box.




On the other end of the box, the included parts list is again applied, but as the back had, this time it's in French.




Removing the sleeve allows you to finally open the box and see what's included in the kit. A little bit of bubble wrap and snug fitting boxes on the inside made for a flawless delivery of both of my kits.

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