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I've been running a D5 on my main rig for a year now, runs 24/7

I noticed a mistake above, if you buy a D5, there's more than just 2 types

The regular -B version with no Speed Control (not recommended)
The Variable Speed Variant which lets you manually control the speed
PWM Control Enabled Pumps (Motherboard controlled)
Variable Speed Variants with RPM Monitoring

All can be found here
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/c107/s1802/list/p1/Liquid_Cooling-PC_Water_Cooling_Pumps-D5_Variants-Page1.html

i'm sure there's more but these are the most common, I run the Variable Speed Control manually set, I run it around speed 2 (Goes up to 5), I find this is the fastest speed I can run it at while maintaining little to no vibration/sound, after all i'm running a CPU only loop with a small reservoir.
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post #12 of 15
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I think I've settled on my primary choices:



Black Ice GTX Xtreme M92 Radiator [http://goo.gl/0yH2R3]

Delta 92mm x 38mm Super High-Speed Fan - 175.03 CFM [http://goo.gl/t9LPNm]

Swiftech Apogee Drive II Pump & CPU Waterblock Combo [http://goo.gl/haA5JL]

PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing 3/8"ID x 1/2" OD [http://goo.gl/Jglbik]

Alphacool G1/4 High Flow Y Connector 45° (for filling and bleeding) [http://goo.gl/gf4pEi]

EK EKoolant Premium Liquid Cooling Premix Coolant - 1L - Clear [http://goo.gl/5pl9Pw]



thoughts?
Edited by hingfdiuh - 9/12/13 at 7:22pm
post #13 of 15
well its gonna be loud

http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/PFB/PFB92x92x38mm.pdf


EDIT:
Oh, something i forgot.. you have to run that Delta from a molex from PSU, if you run it from the MB fan header, it WILL burn out the header or some circuit/cap... this thing pull 3 Amps... most MB fan headers are barely designed for 1 Amp.

Of course, nobody stops you from use a dedicated Meanwell PSU at 24 volts smile.gif

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Edited by RnRollie - 9/13/13 at 6:33am
post #14 of 15
yea 66.5dBa isn't at all quiet, it might cool your cpu, but you won't enjoy it unless that fan is in a different room,

deltas as a general rule of thumb are powerful at the cost of comfort, honestly i wouldn't use anything that goes over 40dBa at any unmodded voltage or over 25dBa without some means to control it

i'd go for a single slim 120mm rad over a thick 90mm rad everyday, even if i had to mount that 120 on the outside of the case
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Ya it will be encased in a concrete box inside my desk, but if it is still too loud even then I will switch to the vantec tornado or bgears blaster.

one thing I forgot when ordering the delta is to get a Molex... To test I had to hold the leads to power/ground. The thing will not lay flat when on... It hovers around!
Edited by hingfdiuh - 9/13/13 at 7:18am
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