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Originally Posted by ttoadd.nz View Post
12v is fine for running the pumps, you only need 24v if you felt you needed more flow, the 450S is very verty good even at 12v. Dont forget you would need to buy the 24v pump controller if you wanted to tho, I doubt you'd need it tho.

With two of them together, thats some serious pumping power and excellent for redundancy in case one fails.

But like Luke says, it could get annoying at 24v with the noise and vibrations. You really need to mount it properly with vibration damper material. The pumps dont come with the rubber pad that swiftec provide.

TBH with 2 GPU and a CPU block, just 1 450S at 12v is enough.

My pump is running dedicated, my PSU is modular.
^this, go parallel (GPUs) and @ 12v you will be just fine
    
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What is the max setting at 12v? And it is ok to have other things plugged in the same cable as the pumps?
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Ha. I'm an idiot. What I thought was speed setting 2 was actually 5. I hope I diddnt mess anything up
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