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post #8531 of 20785
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4,500 RPM with PWM control
~ 5 mH2O head pressure (vs 4.2 for the 35X)
Max discharge of ~ 15 Lpm (vs 18 for the 35X)
We'll published the PQ curves (complete specs) when we get back, but from 0 to 2 GPM the MCP50X has more pressure. The 2 curves intersect around 2GPM. The only case the 35X will give better performance would be in the case of an extremely high flow loop (>2 GPM) and still there the difference wouldn't be much.

we built and brought a pump test bench (gabe just published that picture on facebook) we are comparing flow and pressure of these 2 pumps.

Stephen

Nicely done guys and wish you luck in the CES. Thanks a lot for sharing pics and data with us.

cheers.gif
post #8532 of 20785
What's the price tag on the H220x? Might just pick this up now that I moved to a larger case.
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What's the price tag on the H220x? Might just pick this up now that I moved to a larger case.
we've announced $149.99 to the press.
post #8534 of 20785
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There is a forum member on our forum that tried to do exactly that with just an H220. His temperatures were very close to what they were on air cooling and it also dumped heat on the CPU as well. With one of the cards disabled though his temperatures were considerably lower. Of course it also didn't sound like a 747 taking off either. Those cards are incredibly noisy with the stock air coolers.

Yea, sorry for making you repeat yourself. Was hoping ( and not hoping) that the H220x would sold my need for more rads, but alsa ill be ok with the 240L and cpu / gpu block for now. Till i decide which route to go next!
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I like the new block, sad to see such a brick of a radiator though. What is being done there to dampen the vibration sound from the pump? Also, how much range of motion do the barbs ??? have on the pump?

Cheers!
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I like the new block, sad to see such a brick of a radiator though. What is being done there to dampen the vibration sound from the pump? Also, how much range of motion do the barbs ??? have on the pump?

Cheers!

These pumps are surprisingly quiet. The range of motion on the barbs is pretty good too.
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These pumps are surprisingly quiet. The range of motion on the barbs is pretty good too.

Good to hear, but vibration of the radiator against the case. For your CES builds, did you use any rubber washers to reduce vibration?
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post #8538 of 20785
Hmm. Not much more expensive than the current 240L.

Is the 240L going to be phased out or will we see a price drop in that? Not sure if you can answer this question since it's under CM.

Thanks!
post #8539 of 20785
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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

I like the new block, sad to see such a brick of a radiator though. What is being done there to dampen the vibration sound from the pump? Also, how much range of motion do the barbs ??? have on the pump?

Cheers!
as opposed to previous MCR Drive generations this one does have the pump decoupled from the radiator structure. The acoustics of the kit are better than of H220 although it uses the same pump motor and the same fans.

We have swivel fittings on all ports. ALSO (very important for tweakers!): As opposed to H220, ALL ports can be replaced by STANDARD G1/4" fittings.

We have 45deg swivel on the Apogee CL, a 90 degree (although it shows a 45 degree) on the pump outlet. The swivel that's on the radiator should have been a 90 degree too, but we're kind of liking the 45 degree so we may decide to keep a 45 degree there.
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Good to hear, but vibration of the radiator against the case. For your CES builds, did you use any rubber washers to reduce vibration?

No, we didn't use any vibration reducing material between the radiator and the case.
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