CES 2016 - Featuring the Drive X2 and Drive X2 Prestige series, Swiftech has announced its new additions to the all-in-one water cooling market. Described by Chairman and CEO Gabriel Rouchon as made to appeal to wider audiences, these all-in-one units are customizable.
Designed to look like a complete custom water cooling setup, Rouchon continued to explain that his new units "perform like custom kits, they look like custom kits, and they are user-customizable right out-of-the-box." The Drive X2 can hook up to radiators in three different sizes, including dual 120mm, dual 140mm and triple 120mm solutions, while the Apogee XL2 CPU water block marks a large improvement over previous editions, offering a chrome plated copper base plate and a redesigned housing.
Lit up by an RGB LED system contained on the water block, reservoir and radiator, all components are connected through 100 percent clear tubing. The Prestige model offers performance advantages over its smaller siblings, giving users Noiseblocker eLoop fans and Lok-Seal black chrome fittings all around.
If you want some of this tech for yourself, expect to pay $19.95 for the H220X2 and $214.95 for the H220X2 Prestige.
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