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post #1 of 13 Old 08-13-2013, 10:20 AM - Thread Starter
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Reading the swiftech forums gave me pause- so many threads about pump failures on the h220. Is this simply the result of the large number of h220 units sold? Or is the corsair better? Does anyone use submersible eheims anymore? I remember when the d5 came out. Looks like its still the boss.
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post #2 of 13 Old 08-13-2013, 12:36 PM
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its gonna be either a Liang D5 or a DDC pump. There is multiple versions of both and a lot of companies resell them with different names, except from the name however they are all the same pump.

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Another vote for the D5, quiet as hell and very powerful.

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D5's are outstanding pumps. Up until my current build, they have been the only pumps I would use.
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Laining D5 is the industry standard, but my vote is for the Laining DDC pwm. The MCP35x is a hell of a pump. I've been using mine for about a year now, and never had issues with the overheating some people complain about. I think that issue must have been fixed with the MCP35x, because it's only the older models I see having issues with it.

It has superior head pressure by a notable amount, and is about 20% more efficient at 1GPM (The standardized flow rate you want to get.)

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Laining D5 is the industry standard, but my vote is for the Laining DDC pwm. t.)
Your to young to vote boyo biggrin.gif jk jk

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