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So I'm going to need a pump or two to go through a GPU block (EK 7970 or 680), CPU block (EK LTx), 360, 240 and 240 radiators (XSPC EX). I want to get rid of my DDC because I can't stand the pump whine. Thing is, is one D5 (or perhaps another pump? Ikawi?) enough to keep flow to decent levels? I just think one D5 would be easier than two DDC's, plus they're whisper quiet. I've never really looked too deep into pumps and I would rather save some time and just go by the recommendations. I had a fair amount of blocks on a D5 before and it all ran fine, so I'm thinking this should go alright.

Thanks,

Alex.
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Yes, a D5 should be able to hand that with no problems at all !! if you were to add another 2 blocks, and maybe another 480 rad then i would get a second pump,

So yes Alex, i am sure that you will be fine with one D5 smile.gif

This here would be an excellent choice http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13148/ex-pmp-132/Alphacool_VPP655_Variable_Speed_Pump_-_HF_Top_Edition.html
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Originally Posted by pbaines View Post

Yes, a D5 should be able to hand that with no problems at all !! if you were to add another 2 blocks, and maybe another 480 rad then i would get a second pump,
So yes Alex, i am sure that you will be fine with one D5 smile.gif
This here would be an excellent choice http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13148/ex-pmp-132/Alphacool_VPP655_Variable_Speed_Pump_-_HF_Top_Edition.html

Cool, thanks. As I posted this I thought of my old old build that had a D5 on 3 and handled more than what I'll need, so I kinda answered my own question. I always like to hear others opinions though.

I was looking at that very same pump! tongue.gif Going to go with Performance PC's because I'm quite partial to them and I've had a good deal of service with them over the years despite being in Australia.

Thanks again,

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