Tuesday, April 12th 2011

Antec Launches KÜHLER H2O 920 Maximum-Performance CPU Cooler

In its 25th anniversary year, Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, today announced the KÜHLER H2O 920 - Antec's new maximum-performance liquid CPU cooler.

Antec's KÜHLER H2O 920 offers a sealed liquid CPU cooling solution for PC hardware, overclockers and gaming enthusiasts world-wide, and was developed in conjunction with Asetek (www.asetek.com,) the industry-leading supplier of OEM liquid cooling systems for computers. An advancement of the popular KÜHLER H2O 620, several key upgrades of the KÜHLER H2O 920 enable it to deliver even greater CPU cooling performance in a quick, easy-to-install package that requires zero maintenance and is built to OEM standards for reliability.

Antec's KÜHLER H2O 920 features a double-thick radiator and two 120 mm fans, as well as interactive fan control via Asetek's ChillControl software. In addition, the KÜHLER H2O 920 includes the latest-generation low-profile pump for exceptional liquid circulation while preserving internal airflow, easy-bend tubes for maximum flexibility in radiator positioning, a third-generation copper cold plate for optimal conduction and a push-pull configuration for high airflow and maximum CPU heat dissipation.

The KÜHLER H2O 920 utilizes Asetek's Advanced Fan Control technology (for customized liquid temperature fan control via Asetek's ChillControl V software) to deliver Antec's renowned Quiet Computing™ technology for quiet, efficient performance. Additionally, the KÜHLER H2O 920's dual Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) speed-switchable cooling fans provide finely tuned control delivering high-performance at minimum noise levels.

ChillControl V software, which is exclusive to the KÜHLER H2O 920, provides monitoring and control of liquid temperatures, fan speed, pump speed, sound level, and the ability to customize fan speeds at three levels based on liquid temperature for maximum performance and lowest noise. ChillControl V software also allows users to select and modify the Antec logo color on the pump cap to match system interiors.

"Like the popular KÜHLER H2O 620, the KÜHLER H2O 920 provides the benefits of water cooling in a sealed and prefilled unit, with zero maintenance required," said Tak Niwa, director BU 1, enclosures and accessories at Antec. "It's a very powerful and capable solution giving users the freedom to finely tune and customize cooling to fit their needs."

"Asetek drew on its deep experience with the enthusiast community when developing the new control technologies featured in the Antec KÜHLER H2O 920," said Steve Branton, director of marketing at Asetek. "Enthusiasts will appreciate the interactive control experience KÜHLER H2O 920 delivers with its combination of excellent performance, liquid temperature fan control and the ChillControl 5 application."



The KÜHLER H2O 920 high-performance CPU cooler is backed by Antec's Quality 3-year (AQ3) limited warranty on parts and labor and is available today for pre-order (with free ground shipping) on Antec's online store (http://store.antec.com) for a price of $119.95. Complete availability of the KÜHLER H2O 920 is slated for the end of April through major retailers, e-tailers and distributors.
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33 Comments on Antec Launches KÜHLER H2O 920 Maximum-Performance CPU Cooler

#1
asetek_stu
by: nvidiaintelftw
pricing?? if it is indeed as good as that video. i consider 80c on a 980x at 4.6GHZ damn good from a single rad cooler. I may considering getting one to relieve the stress on the motherboard from the big heatsinks. Also is it possible to change the fans??
$119

Yes it is.

And Yes it is. Any PWM fans will work =)
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#2
Mussels
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by: claylomax
I haven't overclocked an Intel cpu for a while, I have AMD that's why I thought 84c is too high.
intels run a lot hotter (especially their 6 cores! 12 threads pushes some heat), but they run stable at a lot hotter temps than the AMD chips do.
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#3
$immond$
by: Chevalr1c
Why on earth would a USA-based company give its products German names? Fail.
Because the U.S and Canada is largely made up of Immigrants. What is an "American" name or "Canadian" name?
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#4
Mussels
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this is now available in australia, for a decent amount less than the corsair coolers.


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#5
asetek_stu
Careful not to confuse the 920 and the 620
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#6
Mussels
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by: asetek_stu
Careful not to confuse the 920 and the 620
ah f*ck, i did do that, didnt i.
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Chevalr1c
by: Chevalr1c
Why on earth would a USA-based company give its products German names? Fail.
by: btarunr
To make it sound KÜHL, I guess.
FYI, it's not pronounced as in "cool" (kʊʟ), but as in german "kühl" (kyl). Even though the meaning is the same, I don't think that the German speaking people refer to something being "kühl". They either say for example "toll", or they use "cool" instead (assuming they 'imported' that word, like the Dutch and Flemish).
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Jack Doph
by: Chevalr1c
FYI, it's not pronounced as in "cool" (kʊʟ), but as in german "kühl" (kyl). Even though the meaning is the same, I don't think that the German speaking people refer to something being "kühl". They either say for example "toll", or they use "cool" instead (assuming they 'imported' that word, like the Dutch and Flemish).
The average English speaking customer will take no note of that though and I think that's the whole point ;)

EDIT: maar ik begrijp je punt heus wel :p
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