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Old 16th February 2005, 19:30   #1
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Default Swiftech H20-120-FB Water Cooling Kit Review

Swiftech updates their popular H20-8600 water cooling kit, a new compact and silent pump and a large radiator and accompanying 120mm fan can make the H20-120 a true performer. Read on to find out how hard it can help push an A64 FX-55 and X800XT-PE towards overclock-heaven.

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very nice review gamer
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Old 16th February 2005, 20:44   #3
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excellent review!
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Didn't realize FX55 run so hot??
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Looks a damn nice radiator .
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Quote:
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Looks a damn nice radiator .
yeah it is but yours looks pretty nifty too
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Didn't realize FX55 run so hot??
once you start feeding those A64 some volts the wattage output increases massivly, even the Vapo EX II I tested recently had a hard time to run with high vcore & high Mhz.
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Old 17th February 2005, 06:53   #8
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thx.

this kit is awesome

even if i would add a chipset cooler, It would still do his job.
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adding a WC chipset cooler will not give that boost on the NF3.
I even tested this with my chiller on this msi mobo.
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even on a nf2 it didn't give any boost!

a chipset does not run so warm!
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