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how much can Alphacool VPP655 Variable Pump handle.

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hi there.
since Fudzilla souced HD7990 going to be out, than i am waiting to upgrade my 2600k to ivy bridge n the hd7990 with water cooling build.
currently was thinking about 3 x radiators.
xspc rx 360 top.
xspc rx 240 button.
swiftech qp 120m rear.

so i am wondering if my Alphacool VPP655 Variable Pump with prebuilt reservior attached can candle all these radiators.
i dont want to turn the speed to max. will like to keep it around 3~4.

anyone with tips please share.

thanks.
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That is an interesting naming scheme by Alphacool. If its the Laing D5, at 12v DC it should have a ~ 14 foot head according to Laing specs. Keep your tubing runs as short as you can and it should handle it.
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Originally Posted by Sidewinder_Computers View Post

That is an interesting naming scheme by Alphacool. If its the Laing D5, at 12v DC it should have a ~ 14 foot head according to Laing specs. Keep your tubing runs as short as you can and it should handle it.

awesome..
thanks~~~
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