Legit Cooling Reviews
Swiftech H20-220 Edge HD Liquid Cooling Kit Review
|Date:||Thu, Feb 09, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Shane Higgins -|
Unboxing the H2O-220 Kit
The kit comes wrapped in plastic.
The kit comes in a sturdy box. The top has an image of a top fuel dragster.
On the side are two images of the dual and triple radiator versions along with text that describes the features of the kit.
On the opposite side are images showing all the different ways the kit can be installed.
On the bottom it states the kit was designed in the USA, the pump was made in the EEC, and other components were made in China.
On one end is a parts listing of what is in the box.
The opposite end has the same list, but in French.
Opening the box we can see the instructions, tubing, and coolant wrapped in bubble wrap.
All small parts are in clearly labeled baggies. The MCR 220 Drive unit and the Apogee HD waterblock are in their own separate boxes.
The MCR 220 Drive unit is wrapped in a cheese cloth bag, and its accessories are in baggies.
Apogee HD waterblock is nicely packed in its box. The waterblock is wrapped in bubble wrap.
Under that are the optional backing plates and tube of PK-1 thermal paste.
The base of the Apogee HD waterblock has a thick plastic protective sheet.
Next Page - Looking Closer at the Apogee HD Waterblock
Page 1 - H20-220 Edge HD liquid cooling kit
Page 2 - Unboxing the H2O-220 Kit
Page 3 - Looking Closer at the Apogee HD Waterblock
Page 4 - Looking closer at the MCR 220 Drive Radiator
Page 5 - Installing the H20-220 Into the Case
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Page 7 - Temperature Testing Results
Page 8 - Final Thoughts