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I just want enough flow to make my temps work well. I was going to install 2 sets of QDC (V3LN) in order to be able to change my loop easier, but not if its going to restrict my loop too much. Is 3.9 lpm going to change my temps terribly? I will be running 2 GPUs and 1 CPU.

Also, I am guessing that the D5 is rebranded by several different companies? Is the 655 the same as your Koolance version? What other pumps do I have to choose from to fit the XSPC dual bay res?

http://jab-tech.com/XSPC-Acrylic-Dua...e-pr-4549.html
post #12 of 13
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Oops, I meant http://jab-tech.com/XSPC-Acrylic-Dua...5-pr-4666.html
post #13 of 13
Yes, D5 means you can fit the following:

Laing D5vario = MCP655=PMP450
Laing D5basic=MCP655b
Laing D5strong=PMP450S

Any of those will fit. Basics models are a vario stuck at setting 4. Strong is a higher powered 24V pump.

Minor features/packaging difference between mcp655 and PMP450. MCP655 comes with a neoprene decoupler base. PMP450 doesn't come with a pad, but it does come with an RPM blue wire which the MCP does not.

If you want a rpm wire, the pmp450 may be a better choice. You can modify/add the wire to the others, but it takes soldering to the pcb.
    
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