If you've been doing any research at all regarding water cooling, the name Swiftech has more than likely come up a few times. While the company was created in 1994, they didn't get involved in consumer cooling products until around 1998. From there, as they say, the rest is history. Swiftech has always been about quality over price. Yes, their products often cost a bit more than other similar items on the market, but the fine attention to detail has always been a selling point to their entire product line.
Over the past few years, water cooling has become of great interest to the enthusiast community and Swiftech is still here making a product line with the hardcore overclocker in mind. You may recall a review we did not long ago of the H20-8600 series kit for the Athlon XP processor. This set a high standard for water cooling and we're here to see if they can maintain that high level of quality in a kit designed for the Athlon 64 processor. To make things even more interesting, we'll be testing this new kit on a FX-53 processor based on the .130nm architecture.
So sit back and enjoy as we take a look at the H20-120 water cooling kit provided by the friendly folks at Swiftech. With such a high level of past performance, our expectations are high and we need to know if these folks still have what it takes to be a consideration for your own hard-earned money!
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