Swiftech H240-X is an all-in-one CPU cooler

Swiftech H240-X is an all-in-one CPU cooler

Swiftech, a maker of CPU cooling solutions, has released the new H240-X liquid CPU cooler, which is the successor to the successful H220-X model.

The H240-X is an all-in-one (AIO) solution but unlike the older H220-X cooler it comes with a few improvements including an even larger dual 140 mm copper radiator and 140 mm fans, connected to an enthusiast-grade pump and water block. The new Swiftech product remains loyal to the idea of being very efficient, yet almost inaudible and targets hardware enthusiasts, overclockers and people looking for high performance chips that come with high heat dissipation.

The AIO cooler comes ready for use and you can simply install it and then use it. In addition to that it is maintenance free for three years, which is its warranty period too. If you are not satisfied with the components, you can fully customize them thanks to the used easily replaceable tubing and fittings. The powerful pump of the H240-X can also support additional components such as a video card.

The new Swiftech H240-X AIO liquid cooler is now available for USD 149.95.

Source: Swiftech

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