Antec unveils new liquid CPU coolers

Antec unveils new liquid CPU coolers

Antec has introduced two new liquid cooling solutions for modern CPUs that target hardware enthusiasts, of course. The coolers are called Kuhler H20 H600 Pro and Kuhler H20 H1200 Pro and according to Antec they both combine maximum efficiency, high performance and great quality.

The main difference between the two coolers lies in the radiator used – the H600 Pro model uses a 155 x 120 x 27 mm radiator, while the H1200 Pro is based on a radiator that measures 275 x 120 x 27 mm. Both coolers come equipped with a large copper base that effectively transfers heat from any AMD or Intel processor to the radiator, which features a 0.2 mm fin interval. Thanks to the use of two high-quality 120 mm blue LED fans that can reach up to 2400 rpm and an enclosed pump impeller both the H600 Pro and H1200 Pro operate very quietly. The pump is also very efficient – thanks to the inclusion of higher rotational speed of the winding type three-phase motor, the pump reaches pressure of 2.3 meters of water. In addition for clean cable management the pump gets powered by a SATA interface.

Antec says the H600 Pro and H1200 Pro are very durable – the coolers come with oil-free lubrication graphite bearing that has a service life of up to 150 000 hours. The service life of the carbon metal is also 50 times longer than that of common modules. Moreover the radiator fan is exchangeable on both systems providing users the option to use any standard 120 mm aftermarket fan. Due to these features Antec gives a 5-year warranty on the H600 Pro and H1200 Pro.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Antec

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