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post #11 of 14
Try it first if it don't do the job the think about a differn't pump.

My first watercooling setup was a Thermaltake SE the smallest pump they make with 1/4 tubing and it cooled a 3200XP and a BFG 6800ultra OC just fine.
It's my kids PC now same setup full load it gets up to 43c

I use the thermaltake P500 pump it's a little bigger than the 745 pump and it cool's a FX62 @ 3gigs and 2 BFG7900GTX OC cards and my temps are low, playing BF2 for hours CPU 35c and the cards 40c.
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post #12 of 14
I think we finaly figured out last week for a guy in your same position to buy a Laing D-5 pump....It has an adjustible flow control on it....You can turn it down on the lower settings so you dont blow anything up in you loop due to pressure....That way you can also start upgrading your system to a good one piece by piece.......These are top notch pumps and will be fine for about any rig you would care to put togather.......You will have to buy step down barbs also to get it to work with your smaller tubing...........Danger Den :: Pumps :: DC Powered :: 12V DD-D5 Pump
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Originally Posted by fstfrddy View Post
This is why we try to steer people away from kits, they are not really upgradeable unless you get something like the Swiftech Kits.
Yes and no...If I didn't get a kit initially...I would have been TOTALLY confused about all the freaking options out there. Yes it's an expensive lesson...but I REALLY learned NOT how to watercool with the TT BW kit.

I especially learned how much I hate screw on compression fittings. Barbs FTW!

Anyway...that POS ended up WCing my folding rig. So, no loss.
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Originally Posted by FrankenPC View Post
Yes and no...If I didn't get a kit initially...I would have been TOTALLY confused about all the freaking options out there. Yes it's an expensive lesson...but I REALLY learned NOT how to watercool with the TT BW kit.

I especially learned how much I hate screw on compression fittings. Barbs FTW!

Anyway...that POS ended up WCing my folding rig. So, no loss.
ROFL...Learned how not to WC with the TT BW kit............That's funny!!!!
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