This year North American Antec, Inc. is turning 25 years old. The company decided to celebrate this anniversary by launching a lot of new products or at least refreshing all existing series. System cases, power supply units of all categories, audio components and numerous diverse accessories has been improved or enhanced in different ways.
The cooling systems line-up also has been extended with new products. In the beginning of this year they announced Antec KÜHLER H2O 620 liquid-cooling system, and just recently they came up with a higher-performing system called Antec KÜHLER H2O 920, which will be the main hero of our today’s review.
Packaging and Accessories
The relatively large box is made of thick cardboard. There is a photo of the system on the front of the box:
The detailed information on the back and sides of the box tells us almost everything about the system inside, including the fact that it is 7-8°C more efficient than the first-generation system (they do not specify which one in particular):
Unfortunately, the box arrived to us a little beat up, but all components inside were in perfect health due to internal packaging with individual sections for each system component.
Antec KÜHLER H2O 920 comes with two plastic backplates, two metal tension clips, a set of fan screws and fastening clips, installation guide and a CD disk with the drivers and special utility:
The system is manufactured in