Swiftech teasing H320 Cooling Kit on Facebook

Swiftech recently has put couple of very exciting updates about their upcoming Liquid Cooling kit, H320, in their Facebook page, and looking at people’s excitement and frustration to wait for these to be available, this can be very exciting to think the potential of this cooler.

Not much information is given- yet! By the looks of it, H320 will be a 3x 120mm pretty thick-looking radiator with their Helix Fans. Swiftech H220 taken the CPU liquid Cooling market by the storm by being praised by reviewers (except one sour puss) and buyers to the point that buyers have complained about limited stocks even now, to which the company has made plans to expand their manufacturing units in China and even guaranteed that the situation of lack of availability will change.

No price tag is given for this yet or any specifications, but looking at the temperature graph they’ve showed with a system running Intel Sandy Bridge-E i7 3930K @ 4.5GHz with 1.50 on the core @ 100%  load. In comparison with the H220 with 2x Swiftech Helix (most likely) fans @ 1,800RPM against Swiftech H320 with 3x Helix fans at 1,800 RPM.

Swiftech H320 Boxshot 1


As you can see from the graph below, there’s a difference of 3.93 degrees Air to CPU Delta. As of now Swiftech didn’t put up more graphs yet, but it should be interesting to see how this cool Liquid Cooler performs. Considering that Swiftech H220 is a massive hit, H320 has some pretty big hopes to fulfill.

Swiftech H320 Air to CPU Delta

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