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Knowledge, not from personal experience, but ask pretty much anyone on the forum and they will agree. The water is moving so fast the loop that it does not much difference at all.

Sweet, was allready worried about having kilometers tubing inside my case ghehe.

Still 1 thing left open ddc enough? or go for d5, as in is the d5 worth getting for my loop?
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Sweet, was allready worried about having kilometers tubing inside my case ghehe.

Still 1 thing left open ddc enough? or go for d5, as in is the d5 worth getting for my loop?




Go with DDC, D5s generally have higher max flowrates, and less head pressure. This means if you have it at max, which you've already established you wont, it will have more flow, but won't deal with restriction as well. A DDC pump deals with restriction better, so you will be able to have it at a lower setting, plus it's PWM controlled.


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Hmm, was looking @ MCP350, i see that the MCP35X is a little more power consuming and pwm controlled.
MCP350 will do for quietness or get the pwm controlled one?
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Hmm, was looking @ MCP350, i see that the MCP35X is a little more power consuming and pwm controlled.
MCP350 will do for quietness or get the pwm controlled one?


MCP35x is PWM controlled, so if you want quietness do that one.
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you could look into a mcp655-b also i run one in a xspc bay res and its silent iv had times when i thought it was off cause i cant tell its on.
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you could look into a mcp655-b also i run one in a xspc bay res and its silent iv had times when i thought it was off cause i cant tell its on.

Dude, ur pushing me off the rails again hahahahahaha. I wouldnt get the MCP655-B but the controllable version (MCP655 i think) which costs even 10 euro's less then a MCP35X.

Anyone had both and knows which one is more quiet? (Considering im running the MCP655 @ 2 or if i have to @ 3)
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Dude, ur pushing me off the rails again hahahahahaha. I wouldnt get the MCP655-B but the controllable version (MCP655 i think) which costs even 10 euro's less then a MCP35X.

Anyone had both and knows which one is more quiet? (Considering im running the MCP655 @ 2 or if i have to @ 3)




MCP35x would be able to accomplish the MCP655s performance at lower RPMS. This means it would be quieter, in theory. So yeah, they both /would/ work, but statistically the MCP35x has a better noise to performance ratio.
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MCP35x would be able to accomplish the MCP655s performance at lower RPMS. This means it would be quieter, in theory. So yeah, they both /would/ work, but statistically the MCP35x has a better noise to performance ratio.

Lol, my pc didnt load the graph at first, now i've seen it, it all makes perfect sense. seems like i'll get the MCP35X.

But . . . since it has such a diffrent 'looking' top which might be better (but idk that), do i get another top for it or the standard one allready allmost unbeatable (acoustic wise).
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Lol, my pc didnt load the graph at first, now i've seen it, it all makes perfect sense. seems like i'll get the MCP35X.

But . . . since it has such a diffrent 'looking' top which might be better (but idk that), do i get another top for it or the standard one allready allmost unbeatable (acoustic wise).

Martin did some tests a while ago saying there was a slight/moderate increase in performance with an aftermarket pump top/housing but it DOES void the warranty. If you absolutely NEED the best noise to performance ratio get an aftermarket pump top/housing, however; it WILL void any warranty so be prepared for that. tongue.gif


EDIT: Upon reviewing his tests again I noticed the newer MCP35x pumps don't have that problem anymore. Just a reservoir directly above the pump is good enough.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2011/02/25/swiftech-mcp-35x-reservoir/
Edited by ZytheEKS - 6/11/13 at 3:41am
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