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A d5 vario doesnt run at 24v, even on "5". A d5 strong is capable , but not without a 24v controller. smile.gif
    
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As said above, it will only run at 12v, that is what it is being supplied with. It is actually similar internally to the strong and as such can take the extra heat. It's all watercooled and thus runs at very low temperatures. These pumps were built with a server environment in mind and as such, yes, it will run for a very long time. They have an MTBF of 50,000 hours which means that running 24/7 it will run for around 6 years straight. Yes, if you tried running it for 20 years straight it would probably last an extra year or two, but realistically you are not likely to run it that long and other system components are going to benefit more from the extra flow anyway.

It just bugs me to hear misinformation about the longevity of pumps etc. There is not going to be an issue for any enthusiast between the pump speeds. I should also point out that, due to the water-cooled nature of the pumps, the heat is not an issue, it is only bearing wear that would be of concern. The bearings are very durable and, as there is less difference in actual rotational speeds between levels than you would think, the difference in longevity would be minimal.
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As said above, it will only run at 12v, that is what it is being supplied with. It is actually similar internally to the strong and as such can take the extra heat. It's all watercooled and thus runs at very low temperatures. These pumps were built with a server environment in mind and as such, yes, it will run for a very long time. They have an MTBF of 50,000 hours which means that running 24/7 it will run for around 6 years straight. Yes, if you tried running it for 20 years straight it would probably last an extra year or two, but realistically you are not likely to run it that long and other system components are going to benefit more from the extra flow anyway.
It just bugs me to hear misinformation about the longevity of pumps etc. There is not going to be an issue for any enthusiast between the pump speeds. I should also point out that, due to the water-cooled nature of the pumps, the heat is not an issue, it is only bearing wear that would be of concern. The bearings are very durable and, as there is less difference in actual rotational speeds between levels than you would think, the difference in longevity would be minimal.

I think people worry about it because if it were to fail it "may" cause damage to cpu or gpu. and we are over paranoid. lol. I know I am.
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I think people worry about it because if it were to fail it "may" cause damage to cpu or gpu. and we are over paranoid. lol. I know I am.

I would say that if it was going to fail without warning it will fail anyway. Plus, that's what thermal shut downs are for! thumb.gif
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I would say that if it was going to fail without warning it will fail anyway. Plus, that's what thermal shut downs are for! thumb.gif

I would agree. Things can fail without any warning that is for sure. I work with 60-100 horsepower motors with pumps for a job. Sometimes we can find a problem before, sometimes they just blow up. lol.
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Hey bud I had a simular problem as well I had a xspc and swiftech rad then added a koolance rad 480 and started having issues. I noticed wile cleaning rads that koolance rad was crazy restrictive I could barely blow the water out of it and other two rads I could blow freely through them. What I ended up doin is adding another swiftech 655 pump just before that rad and made my temps go back down.I'm sure it's restriction on ur loop.
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