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I am thinking about building a watercooling setup sometime in the future(no rush), and i noticed this pump.
http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/w...6970_7738_7738
What would be the advantages/disadvanges of using an industrial pump like this?
What kinds of pumps would you guys reccomend?
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post #2 of 19
Well.. thats huge! I couldn't tell you about the pros and cons of using such a thing but I do know that the MCP655 is a very good pump or the DD-D5(same thing).
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post #3 of 19
Well, with a pump like that you will have to power it externally through an outlet. In this sense, your WC will always be running unless you get some type of controller.

the best pump you can get that is made for a WCX setup currently is the DD D5

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=23&page=1
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Yeah...that's not the type of pump you want to use
    
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post #5 of 19
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It seems to me that that industrial pump makes the danger den pump look like a toy. Also it is almost half the price. I know it is huge, but think of the power. Are there water blocks made to handle the flow? It can push 720gph- That seems like a crapload to me.

Edit-My bad. Man 720gpm would be a lot...
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post #6 of 19
Basically, that pump is overkill. Moving water at 720GPh with a 110ft head is a lot different then the D5 which moves 300GPG with an 11ft head.

It won't work well with 1/2" tubing heh..I can foreshadow leaks to come..
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Originally Posted by AARDVARCUS View Post
It seems to me that that industrial pump makes the danger den pump look like a toy. Also it is almost half the price. I know it is huge, but think of the power. Are there water blocks made to handle the flow? It can push 720gpm- That seems like a crapload to me.
720gph*
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Do you understand what "head" is referring to here?
110ft of head means that at the pumps rated output through a half inch hose, the pump could 'spray water' almost 110' in the air. You would blow up your hoses and water blocks.....LOL
This kind of pressure is only capable of being held through reinforced hoses...like firehoses or kitchen sink hoses w/ steel braids.....long story short...REDICULOUS

-Currently I believe a moddified DD5 Laing is the highest rated 12v pump there is. If you order it direct from the factory, you can get the brass top option, w/ high flow threaded fittings and run a max of 170psi. Thats a 3x increase over the stock psi w/ plastic head.

*Keep in mind the DD5 is also one of the most widely used pumps for cpu cooling and considered to be one of the strongest as well.
post #9 of 19
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
Do you understand what "head" is referring to here?
110ft of head means that at the pumps rated output through a half inch hose, the pump could 'spray water' almost 110' in the air. You would blow up your hoses and water blocks.....LOL
This kind of pressure is only capable of being held through reinforced hoses...like firehoses or kitchen sink hoses w/ steel braids.....long story short...REDICULOUS

-Currently I believe a moddified DD5 Laing is the highest rated 12v pump there is. If you order it direct from the factory, you can get the brass top option, w/ high flow threaded fittings and run a max of 170psi. Thats a 3x increase over the stock psi w/ plastic head.

*Keep in mind the DD5 is also one of the most widely used pumps for cpu cooling and considered to be one of the strongest as well.
It was an understatement lol.

Yeah, I've got a chromed top on my D5, with aluminum fittings. Have yet to try it out.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by D3DAiM View Post
It was an understatement lol.

Yeah, I've got a chromed top on my D5, with aluminum fittings. Have yet to try it out.
This is what he was talking about D3DAiM: http://www.petrastechshop.com/laddcwpeddto.html
    
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