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Swiftech H20-220 Compact CPU Water Cooling Kit

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  • 2000 RPM 81.3 CFM
  • Fan Dim. 120mm
  • Fan Noise Audible Noise (1) fan: 36 dB/A @ 12 VDC, 26 dB/A @ 7 VDC (2) fan: 39 dB/A @ 12 VDC, 29 dB/A @ 7 VDC

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If you are a CPU overclocking enthusiast, and you really care about the noise from CPU cooling fans, you should try this H20-220 Water Cooler Kit from Swiftech. Supporting both Intel and AMD platforms, it will take care of your high-end processors such as Intel Core i7 or AMD Phenom series. With 12 to 7 and 12 to 5 volt fan adapters, keep the fan's operating noise level at 29 or 22 dBA as your wish!

If you have never tried a Liquid Cooling System, the Swiftech H20-220 Water Cooler is the affordable one for you!

  • newegg Excellent Cooling Performance The Swiftech H20-220 Water Cooling Kit features a High head pressure pump, a extra-large copper/brass radiator, plus dual powerful 120mm radiator fans to deliver superior cooling performance.
  • newegg Radbox Radiator Housing With the included Radiator Housing MCB-120 "Radbox", you can easily install the cooling system without any case modifications and get significantly improved CPU temperature.

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  • Joel P.
  • 2/25/2010 9:02:14 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This kit is perfectly fine, especially for beginners. There isn't a lot to mount but just enough so that it's not entirely brainless. If you want something that is smaller and easier go with the H20-120, but if you want a 2x120 rad and enough of a challenge to make it interesting for your first watercooler, this a good buy.

Cons: The heatsink internal design isn't the greatest at thermal dissipation but it gets the job done.

Other Thoughts: Please don't take advice from someone who lets a rubber o-ring sit around for 9 months and dry out, then when it leaks tries to use superglue as a sealant instead of replacing that already dried and cracked o-ring with a new one and use a useful silicon based sealant IF any sealant is needed at all.

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  • Daniel M.
  • 2/8/2010 4:22:25 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDont buy this

Pros: None

Cons: I installed this after it sat in the box for 9 months. Anyways...the heatsink kept leaking. I diassembled it and applied super glue to all the O-rings. There was no sealant on the O[rings. Let it dry for a hour and filled it back up. It leaked again.

Other Thoughts: This is a good kit to learn from but you have a small chance of it actuially being leak free due to the manufacturing quality being so low. The radiator is good. FInd a better heat sink and pump and you will be good.

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5 out of 5 eggsQuestion

Pros: I wanted to know if this will work with AM3 sockets. Thanks

Cons: n/a

Other Thoughts: I wanted to buy this but need to know if it works with my motherboard

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  • David E.
  • 11/28/2009 2:49:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSwiftech H20-220

Pros: Pretty Quiet
Cools Great
Comes with everything you need

Cons: No major problems

Other Thoughts: If you have a Nzxt Tempest Case, and wanna use the internal setup. Your going to have some issues, as the radiator doesn't like to be mounted horizontal. but with time it will work.

With a Sunbeam 120mm Heatsink would Idle@~50c, and Load@~70c

Now it Idles@~45, and Load is Max~55c.

And those temps are with 2 140mm stock fans off the Tempest case... not using the 2 120mm included, so performance could be even better!
Q6600@3.2GHz, 1.4v
8GB Corsair Dominator 1066MHz
DFI X38-LT Motherboard

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/16/2009 3:33:05 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsgood system but watchout for the leaky pump

Pros: kept my q9550 at a stable 4.0ghz with 3 fans on the rad at 52 deg. under load.

Cons: the pump leaked due to the factory over tightining the screws killing a new evga 790i f.t.w. mobo.

Other Thoughts: good system but carful with the pump it only leaked on me when atached to the mobo.

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  • Gift C.
  • 11/2/2009 5:17:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsPiece of .....

Pros: Price

Cons: After it taking about two hours to assemble and make sure everything is connected the way the instructions say, the pump ended up not working and kept my Core i7 at 85C or thats the max my cpu temp would read before it would shutdown. Instructions should be more simplifed, to many parts for each indivdual peice, when can be simplified into like 10 easy steps

Other Thoughts: wish it worked :(

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  • Andrew A.
  • 10/26/2009 3:11:25 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsBe very careful

Pros: Quiet, great cooling performance when it works

Cons: Installation is difficult, make sure you know what you're doing. Instructions could be better. Would not use with an AMD build again.

Other Thoughts: Bought this for my first system build with an AMD Phenom II chip. Found good directions online, but like another reviewer I never did get a good seal in the pump block after switching out the mounting. The latest leak took ~3 days to manifest, and temporarily shorted out my PSU. This may be user error, but regardless I'm now using the fan that came with the CPU and will wait a while before trying to reinstall.

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4 out of 5 eggsoverall good

Pros: extreme performance. Keeps the cpu (i7 920) cool even with 8 prime95's running. But the std cooler might have worked if it was properly held down. When I took it off, some of the compound looked as if it was untouched.

Cons: i7 backplate extremely fragile. You may as well plan on finding suitable nuts to use in place of whatever the holddown was supposed to go into. I had 2 strip.

Also, when you replace the holddown, the block can fall apart. I suppose that this makes it easy to clean, but this is startling if you don't expect it to happen.

It is almost impossible to get the reservoir and the pump to line up straight, and any attempt to straighten them will loosen the barbs. Note that it is basically impossible to remove any vinyl hose from a barb once it is installed without destroying the hose, so you need to be really careful. Perhaps one of those pump / reservoir combos that fit in a 5 inch disk drive slot would work better.

Other Thoughts: reviews and pictures swapped for the two h20 units on web site. manual needs a lot of work. Some areas are almost obsessive, some are badly neglected. If you have an i7, don't bother replacing the clips that hold the pins captive, they serve no purpose and are almost impossible to replace.

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  • Craig C.
  • 8/8/2009 5:42:49 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsPIECE 'O JUNK

Pros: would have been cool if it worked
low price for a low quality kit

Cons: ok i opened the box and thought how this looked like a high quality kit. i hooked it all up and put the included coolant (basically antifreeze, be careful it made the skin peel off my hands). i turned it on and within SECONDS i had a puddle on my floor that equaled about half of the coolant i put in. i turned it off and took apart the pump/cpu block unit (where it was leaking from) and discovered a 3/4" crack in the pump block. HEAVENS ALMIGHTY!!!. so i RMA'd it to the EGG. they sent a replacement, and i assembled it all again and filled it up again. turned it on and it LEAKED AGAIN! this time out of two of the four of the barbed tube connectors! one was missing an O-Ring and the other was CRACKED! (insert extremely long chain of cuss words) I WILL NEVER BUY FROM THIS COMPANY AGAIN!

Other Thoughts: i heard a lot of good things about this, i hope you all get lucky and get the kits that actually work. maybe i was extremely unlucky and got TWO lemons IN A ROW, but i dont know.

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  • dee d.
  • 7/8/2009 7:32:31 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest Cooling!

Pros: No leaks. Keeps my PII 940 at 3.8ghz 1.55v at 38c idle 50 at the max. Thats max voltage and cool. Also, this includes 3/8th in "F" style adapters that are good for converting down to 1/4 inch hose for RAM or NB. Also, Includes "T" adapters for SLI or XFIRE cards water cooling. Worked very well for cooling my RAM and NB with little flow loss.

Cons: Wish there was a little more hose. They include the adapters for plumbing in RAM or Video Cards but there is definetly not enough hose. PVC hose from home depot worked for me and it was cheap. Also, be aware that if you have a SLI or XFIRE setup in a midtower case, the radiator when mounted on the back can cover up one of your video cards DVI ports so you will only be able to use one monitor unless you get a full tower case.
Dont count on using pre drilled holes in your case for water cooling as the hose come from the bottom of the radiator and need to be mounted in an upright position. the included PCI bracket that allows hoses to be ran through it seems like it didn't have enough room for 2 hoses to run through it without pinching so I just ran it through an empty slot.

Other Thoughts: This is way better than those self contained coolers and I think the radiator and pump could support a video card in my loop as well. I already have cpu and ram in the loop and it is very cool even with 1.55v. At stock voltages the PHII 940 idles at 28c even with my ram in the loop. The "F" adapters work really well for converting down to 1/4 in hose with out major flow loss. If you are debating wether this kit will do the job than look no further because it will. This is a "REAL" water cooling setup. If this is your first setup like mine was and you are adding components to the loop besides cpu, plan it out and plant to take more than a couple hours dooing it. Buy plenty of hose and extra clamps (automotive grade works good, also at Home Depot) incase you make mistakes like I did. You will be pleased with the results if you take your time and do it right. i love this kit.

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