Monday, January 25th 2016

Antec Announces Kuhler H2O H600 Pro and H1200 Pro Liquid CPU Coolers

Californian hardware manufacturer Antec introduces the liquid coolers Kühler H2O H600 PRO and H1200 PRO. These compact systems combine maximum efficiency, high performance and great build quality. The liquid coolers are the perfect choice for demanding gaming rigs that exceed the capabilities of conventional coolers.

To achieve the best results when used with overclocked processors, both Kühler H2O H600 PRO and H1200 PRO are equipped with a large copper base plate that efficiently transfers heat from any AMD or Intel processor to the radiator. For maximum performance, H600 PRO and H1200 PRO feature a precisely constructed radiator with a 0.2 mm fin interval. The dimensions of the radiator are 275 mm x 120 mm x 27 mm for the H1200 and 155 mm x 120 mm x 27 mm for the H600.

Extremely quiet operation meets tremendous power
Despite their excellent cooling performance, H600 PRO and H1200 PRO operate extremely quiet. This is due to the high-quality blue LED 120 mm fans that can reach up to 2,400 revolutions per minute. In addition, the enclosed pump impeller is near completely silent while delivering a pressure of 2.3 meters of water. The pump achieves this exceptional pressure thanks to the higher rotational speed of the winding type three-phase motor, maximising cooling performance for any PC system. For clean cable management, the pump is powered by a SATA interface.

High build quality for exceptional durability
All components used for the Kühler H2O H600 PRO and H1200 PRO systems impress with their outstanding build quality and durability. The oil-free lubrication graphite bearing has a service life of up to 150,000 hours. The service life of the carbon metal crystalline ceramic axis is also 50 times longer than that of common models. The installation of the compact liquid cooling systems is quick and easy and ensures years of maintenance-free, reliable cooling performance. The liquid used inside the H600 PRO and H1200 PRO systems is safe, eco-friendly and anti-corrosive. Antec grants a five-year warranty on H600 PRO and H1200 PRO. For maximum longevity and upgradability, the radiator fan is exchangeable on both systems providing users the option to use any standard 120 mm aftermarket fans - this allows for any balance between performance and noise levels.
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9 Comments on Antec Announces Kuhler H2O H600 Pro and H1200 Pro Liquid CPU Coolers

#1
Chaitanya
Finally Antec got rid of those ridiculous fan/pump combo design. This one is looking much better.
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#2
VulkanBros
I do not like the tubes - way to stiff and non-flexible, should be the silicone/rubber tubes instead IMO
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#3
thekaidis
IIRC the reason Antec went with the weird combo pump/fan design was to avoid legal troubles with Asetek. Curious to see if this brings them any problems.

Fans look identical to SP120 LEDs. Wonder who the AIO OEM is.
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#4
RazrLeaf
VulkanBros said:
I do not like the tubes - way to stiff and non-flexible, should be the silicone/rubber tubes instead IMO
How do you already know what the tubes are like...?
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#5
bogami
Beautifully designed cooling system. 10 mm openings will better implement liquid flow.
I hope that the radiator parts that carry fluid from brass. Diodes on the body does not cool processor! Molded spring on the tube I do not like, but what many of you do not know how to install these closed systems and must reach for such solutions that would not quarried the tube. I hope that this will soon be tested. (LOL predator copy http://skinflint.co.uk/asus-rog-swift-pg348q-90lm02a0-b01370-a1276261.html
Ops not for here heheh)
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#6
SpDFre@K
thekaidis said:
IIRC the reason Antec went with the weird combo pump/fan design was to avoid legal troubles with Asetek. Curious to see if this brings them any problems.

Fans look identical to SP120 LEDs. Wonder who the AIO OEM is.

The tooling around the edges is even similar. Generally if you are going to use ID from another company you at least change something to make it "different".
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#7
ZoneDymo
These things are really starting to be like the aircoolers, just a bunch of the same shit getting released over and over and over again.

If there is no serious improvement, we dont need new shit.
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#8
RejZoR
Heh, I've skipped Antec this time around because of the last stupid designs and now that I have a competitor product, they release this. Heh. The second time this year for PC hardware.

I've had Antec H20 920 and it was a pretty bad ass cooler. These look a bit rough on the edges (literally, just look at the photos hm), but I'm sure the performance and reliability will be great.
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#9
peche
Older 920 from asetek's are great... i have seen dozens of them working for more than 5 years...
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