So you have built your new rig but it feels like it is missing something. Well you might be running the stock cooler or you might even have a decent air cooler installed. They might get the job done but when it comes to putting so much money into your computer it’s hard to know that you spent that much while still skimping on your cooling. You could just throw down and build a full custom water cooling loop, I know I’ve done that on a few of my builds. But things have gotten so much easier with all in one water cooling kits coming out from basically every manufacture. Well in the case of my LAN rig I had installed an AIO water cooler last year but recently is has been driving me crazy with water in the lines. Because of that I reach out to our old friends over at Swiftech about their new H220 X2 AIO kit. The difference between their kits and most other manufactures is they are basically an all in one custom kit that you can expand and upgrade later. The new models add in LED lighting, a visible reservoir, and many more features over past models. So not only does it give me a chance to check out what the new kits are all about, it also helps give the LAN rig an upgrade before I make it out to a few events over the summer.

Product Name: Swiftech H220 X2 Prestige

Review Sample Provided by: Swiftech

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE


Radiator with patent pending integrated pump and reservoir
Radiator body
Material Brass tubes, louvered copper fins
Body dimensions 127 mm x 254 mm x 28 mm
Fill-port thread class G 1/4
Compression fittings Lok-Seal swivel for 5/8" tubing OD
Installation hardware

Standard: (8) coarse thread fans screws

Alternate: (8) 6-32 x 1 3/16 (30mm)  Philips screws 

Lighting type ALED
Material Acrylic
Capacity 109 ml
Lighting type ALED
Pump speed control PWM
Pump Speed range 1200 ~ 3000 RPM
Pump nominal voltage 12 VDC
Pump nominal power 6W
Max. Static Pressure 2.8 mH₂O
Max. discharge 11 l/mn
Redundant fail safe

Software current limiting fail-safe and

hardware shutoff built-into the pump power wires. The hardware fail safe is only triggered in case of a firmware malfunction.

Pump Bearing type Ceramic shaft, PTFE bearing
Pump Power connector SATA
Pump RPM & PWM connector Mini 4-pin
Pump MTBF 60,000 hours
ROHS Compliant
Pre-installed NB-eLoop™ Fan (2 each)
Dimensions 120 mm x 120 mm x 25 mm
Speed control PWM
Speed range 800 ~ 2000 RPM
Airflow range 57.3 ~ < 132.4 m3/h
Static pressure range 0.58 ~ <2.24 mmH₂O
Noise level range 7.83 ~ <28.4 dB/A
Nominal Voltage 12 v
Power Input 1.9 W
Connector Mini 4-pin
MTBF 60,000 hours
ROHS Compliant
Apogee™ XL2 Waterblock (1 each)
Housing material Clear acrylic
Base plate material C110 copper
Cooling engine 0.25 mm x 0.25 mm  micro-pin array
Port thread G1/4 standard
Compression fittings Lok-Seal swivel 45 degree elbows
Installation hardware & processor + socket compatibility

For Intel LGA 1150/51/55/56

M4 to M3 Standoffs + Back-plate

For Intel LGA 2011

(4) Spring loaded screws with M4 thread

For AMD AM2, AM3, FM1,FM2, 939

(2) Pre-assembled brackets & spring loaded screws

Bracket installation screws

Lighting type ALED
Tubing & Coolant
Material PVC tubing
Color Clear
Dimensions 5/8" x 3/8" (16/10mm)
Coolant Pre-filled with non-toxic propylene glycol coolant mix
PWM splitter (1 each)
PWM Ports 4
RPM signal port Channel 1
ALED connectors 3
2 pin connector 1
Power connector SATA
PWM/RPM connector Mini 4-pin
Installation hardware Peel-off sticker,  mounting screws & nuts
ROHS Compliant
Included in Box

Tim-Mate 2, 1g syringe thermal compound

Quick Installation Guide

PWM splitter

Tubing & Coolant

Apogee™ XL2 Waterblock

2x Pre-installed NB-eLoop™ Fan

Radiator with patent pending integrated pump and reservoir


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37799 11 Mar 2016 23:48
Before I finish packing up for Gamers for Giving this weekend I put the finishing touches on our look at the H220 X2 Prestige from Swiftech that I will be running in our D-Frame Mini build

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