The bundle for the 920 model is very similar to that of the 620, but this time the cooler comes with two fans, and, oddly enough, a driver CD. Looking back at the features it indeed says that the cooler comes with a software to monitor and control the fan speeds and temperatures.
Again the cooler looks very much like any of the water coolers with a 120-sized rad that we’ve reviewed; only the 920 uses the thicker variety. The hoses are of the same very flexible variety we also saw on the smaller Kühler.
In comparison with the Kühler H20 620 and the Corsair Hydro H100 we can see the three different radiator sizes. In terms of cost the 920 is a direct competitor to the Hydro H100-model and while the manufacturers have taken different approaches to increasing the radiator surface, the thicker 920-radiator and the larger H100-radiator in fact have very similar surface area.
The block/pump unit looks almost identical with that of the 620-model, only this time there’s also a connector for the second fan, and also an internal USB-header. This is obviously used for the monitoring and controlling that’s offered by the software. It’s also something similar to the Corsair Link we saw on the Hydro H100-review, but the Antec’s cooler doesn’t require a separate unit.
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