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    Default Swiftech H2O-320 Edge Water Cooling Kit

    The Swiftech H2O-320 Edge is not designed for the novice who needs a simple DIY kit; rather, itís targeted directly at the premium market and should grab the attention of the more hardcore water-cooling enthusiasts out there. Can a pre-built water cooling kit avoid sacrificing performance? Let's find out.



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    Not a bad little kit, good review Deton.

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    what do you mean not bad?

    it can handle 4.2Ghz at ease even with a GPU added too. I really like the PWM pump, it's quiet and powerful so as the fans. I'm going to invest this new X35 pump since my MCP350 died on me recently.

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    Thanks Tony,

    After reading your review I am thinking about doing my first LC setup.

    Sure hope I don't catch the bug you keep spreading here.

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    Good review Deton! Really nice kit considering it comes with everything you need! It could be a little cheaper, best price I found was $299.99 I hope it keeps the 980X cool.

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    Great review deton! That's one hellva tall rad!
    How does this pump compare against the MCP655 ? Is it far off? I'm thinking of getting this as a second pump and run dual loops.

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    Good review Deton, thanks. Swiftech has made it idiot proof by combining everything in one unit. A nice step up from the sealed units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    what do you mean not bad?

    it can handle 4.2Ghz at ease even with a GPU added too. I really like the PWM pump, it's quiet and powerful so as the fans. I'm going to invest this new X35 pump since my MCP350 died on me recently.
    The only concern I have about this kit is the pump being attached to the rad, and trying to fit it in a chassis, it does cool very well I must admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KIPPER View Post
    Thanks Tony,

    After reading your review I am thinking about doing my first LC setup.

    Sure hope I don't catch the bug you keep spreading here.
    You're already catched but just don't know it yet or you won't be thinking about it

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good review Deton! Really nice kit considering it comes with everything you need! It could be a little cheaper, best price I found was $299.99 I hope it keeps the 980X cool.
    I guarantee you it will handle 980x will out a problem. I did some calculation and it is actually cheaper than you pick your own part build, even at its regualar price.


    Quick break down for you;
    • CPU BLOCK $60 (Apogee XTL)
    • RADIATOR $50 (MCR320)
    • PUMP $110 (X35)
    • RESERVOIR $20 (MicroRes)
    • FANS $30 (generic)
    • BARDS 6 pairs x $6 = $36 (generic)
    • TUBE 10' @ $2/per foot $20
    • Hydrx $3
    • RADBOX $20
    • Other accessories $30-$50
    So if you DIY then you won't pick exact components you will pick the one you like. Therefore it will cost more or less depend on the part.

    Basicly Swiftech made this kit a hassel free kit they included everything you needed.



    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Great review deton! That's one hellva tall rad!
    How does this pump compare against the MCP655 ? Is it far off? I'm thinking of getting this as a second pump and run dual loops.
    performance wise is very close to MCP655 at 5 speed, but it's compact and PWM. The think is pretty quiet and only 18w vs 24w. Power saving here.

    The rad is not any taller than the fans installed, they are the same level, a tad over 2" tall.


    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    The only concern I have about this kit is the pump being attached to the rad, and trying to fit it in a chassis, it does cool very well I must admit.
    there are only two orientation to install the rad, vertical like in the review or horizontal with the pump ports facing downward, you can't it face up or sideway for sure.

    I was concern about the pump when I first learned about the design. As you can see in the length comparison picture, it's not any much longer than the standard rad. The only issue I have with my TJ09 because of the Koolance shrould, this MCR320 drive designed to install flush with the case's top.

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