Swiftech H20-8600 AMD A64 water cooling kit review

Cooling/Water Cooling by piotke @ 2004-11-23

Today we are taking a closer look at one of Swiftech?s all-in-one water cooling kits. Aimed at the novice user out there it promises easy installation and decent performance. Can their H20-8600 kit deliver? Let?s find out.

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The MCP600 pump runs on 12v and takes its power straight from your PSU, making it start up whenever you turn on your PC, simple and effective! It is an inline pump so it does have not to be submerged in water to function, another welcome advantage.

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More technical details:
  • Type: MCP600 – Mag drive pump
  • Size: 14 x 14 mm
  • Nominal output: 5 – 10 Watt
  • Nominal voltage: DC 12 V
  • Max discharge : 700L/hr
  • Speed : 2500 rpm

    This pump is really silent and the first thing that caught my attention was its finishing, which is really excellent

    The installation is straight forward; you can either choose the drill two holes through the bottom of your case and screw the pump in its place, or use the included soft neoprene mousse which makes the job even easier. *done* Simple, wasn’t it?

    One of the vital parts of any good water cooling kit is the radiator, how does Swiftech’s measure up? Let’s turn the page ->
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