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@Martin
Is it possible to do an comparison on flow and max head pressure between PMP-500 and MCP35X2?
Much appreciated.

I have the data, the 35x2 should have a slight lead, but it is also two pumps and nearly triple the price so it should. I'll work one up.
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So does the heatsink actually get hot?

I did one test by lettng it run for 40min, ambient was 26c and heat-sink was 40c and still climbing. Specs say 60c maximum.
    
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Thank you Martin for all of your hard work. Even though I have no need for a new pump I always enjoy reading your findings.
post #63 of 123
Darn nice pressure, consumption, and value.
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@Martin
Is it possible to do an comparison on flow and max head pressure between PMP-500 and MCP35X2?
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Got it added in there..thumb.gif
    
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Hey Martin, I assume while it's slightly noisier it's not outright annoying right?
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@Martin
Is it possible to do an comparison on flow and max head pressure between PMP-500 and MCP35X2?
Much appreciated.

Got it added in there..thumb.gif

Thanks for your hard work.
Edited by DigitalMonkey - 12/16/12 at 8:06pm
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Hey Martin, I assume while it's slightly noisier it's not outright annoying right?

You'll have to check out the videos and judge that for yourself. I'm very critical of noise and consider anything louder than 800RPM fans too much. A PMP-450 setting 2 or 35X dialed down to 20% is about where I like them.
    
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Hey Martin, I assume while it's slightly noisier it's not outright annoying right?

You'll have to check out the videos and judge that for yourself. I'm very critical of noise and consider anything louder than 800RPM fans too much. A PMP-450 setting 2 or 35X dialed down to 20% is about where I like them.

Hehe, that's like non-existent. biggrin.gif
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post #69 of 123
I think I'll hold on to my dual PMP-450's, but thank you for the quality review! Martin do you suspect that the MCP655 PWM is no more than the PMP-450S without speed control?
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Another fantastic review, thanks Martin for all your work, and the drive to share with the community!
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