Antec Kühler H2O 620 CPU Cooler Review

Cooling/Water Cooling by stefan @ 2011-03-18

The Kühler H2O 620 from Antec is another all-in-one water cooler which does not need any maintenance during its lifetime, and it is recommended for people who want a very easy installation, without the hassle of building a complete water cooling loop from scratch.

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Packaging, A Closer Look

The Kühler H2O 620 from Antec is shipped inside a medium sized cardboard box (like the one from a power supply) and it is fully sealed on the outside:




On the front of the package, we can see a photo of the product, along with the supported Intel and AMD sockets:




One of the sides shows us a graph, comparing the temperatures of the Kühler with the ones of 1st generation liquid coolers and also the Intel stock cooler:




The full list of specifications can be found on the opposite side:




On the box we can also find listed some of the product highlights, with the respective photos:




The cooler and its accessories can be found carefully placed inside a cardboard tray, with a foam material on top:





The fan does not come pre-mounted and the mounting mechanisms can be found inside a small plastic bag:




The user guide shows us how to perform the installation, depending on the socket:




Two plastic back plates are offered, one for AMD systems and one for Intel, along with two fixing mechanisms; in the bags we can find some long screws to mount the fan/radiator onto the case, plastic blue/green colored adapters that must be installed on the top mounting metallic rings, necessary screws and the nuts that must be inserted into the plastic back plates; to aid the installation procedure, we can also find two adhesives that can be used to secure the plate on the back of the motherboard:



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