Antec announces a radical update to the Kühler H2O liquid cooling series: the new Kühler H2O 650, 950 & 1250 are coming to town. I had the chance to test H2O 920 before and I am looking forward for the new ones.
The new Kühler H2O 650 features a comKühler H2O 650, 950 & 1250 are coming to townplete transformation in architecture and CPU cooling performance. Unlike traditional liquid cooling systems, this self-contained unit comes prefilled and requires no maintenance. The Kühler H2O 650 uses an extra large pump to circulate more coolant through optimized water channels, while a powerful fan pushes air through directional diffusor and channels it through the radiator for optimal cooling.
The Antec liquid CPU cooler has integrated firmware to automatically adjust fan speed and change RGB LED color based on temperature. In addition to class-leading performance, the Kühler H2O 650 includes a newly designed universal mounting bracket that works with either Intel or AMD chipsets to make installation quick and simple. The Kühler H2O 650 CPU cooler takes any PC's Quiet Computing™ to the next level with liquid cooling performance at a price that rivals even aftermarket air coolers.
The new Kühler H2O 950 features a more robust radiator structure with double the height of the 650 for improved heat dissipation as well as two PWM fans, which are controlled by the new user-friendly Antec GRID™ CPU Cooler software.
The new Kühler H2O 1250 takes cooling to another dimension by featuring not one but two heat pumps for an extremely fast cooling cycle, thus increasing heat dissipation. In addition to a radiator structure of 240mm length, the Kühler H2O 1250 is also controlled by the new Antec GRID™ CPU Cooler software.
The Kühler H2O 650/950/1250 will be available in Q3.