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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Zoroastrian View Post

"MErcyFlush


practical solution but that would mean a complete redesign and at he moment it llooks so nice im reluctant to change what i have installed.

i honestly don't think the 240 on its own would handle my 4770k oced to 4.7

ambient at the moment is 25C

underload after a few hours its hitting 80C but only in momentary spikes

That is crazy high! Mine has never seen above 55c and that is when it was 100 degrees in my non air condition house and I am only running two medium yate loon fans on a triple rad.
post #12 of 14
You can always get yourself another case and strip out the inside and mount all of your pumps and rads in that with an extra PSU and just couple up your system with quick connects and any length of tubing you require. This could leave your main case for display and the cooling case can be hidden from view.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Mercyflush64 View Post

That is crazy high! Mine has never seen above 55c and that is when it was 100 degrees in my non air condition house and I am only running two medium yate loon fans on a triple rad.


Those temps are actually good average is about 50 to 55 under load.

The Haswell 4770k run pretty ot when given a kick in the nards.

Im adding this other big Phobya RAD just to smooth out the spikes but im not sure if those spikes are even real as they only last for like 0.25 of a second
post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 
ok so i have decided to air on the side of caution and buy another pump.


So i have those double pumps Two Laing D5 pumps
Maximum Head Delivery: 7.7m (12V) already and i want to put another pump in the same loop.

Question is : Does it matter if the other pump has less head height and less LPH thank the existing two which i think are working in series...but im not even sure what that means !

anyway i wanted to add this pump :At less than 25dB the Phobya DC12-400 is a quiet but powerful pump that pushes 800L/h. With the small outer dimensions the pump can be installed in almost any corner of the case. The compact dimensions of the pump also make connection to the cooling loop easy as the pump's position can easily be varied.

Specifications:
Colour: Black
Casing material: Plastic
Outer dimensions: (L x W x H): 76 x 66 x 54mm
Connection thread size: G1/4
Power connector: 3-Pin
Nominal operating voltage: DC 12V
Starting voltage: DC 8V
Power consumption: 18W
Current draw: 1.8A
Max. pressure head: 4m
Flow rate: 800 l/h
Lifespan: 50.000hrs
Noise: below 25 db


what do you think ?

or this one but im worried about it being noisey as this pump will be outside my case:


he DDC-1T Plus delivers high performance and superb reliability, in a compact design. This version of the DDC includes the top cover with fixed 3/8″ barbs, and is suitable for use with 3/8″ ID tubing. The top cover can easily be removed, so the pump is fully compatible with our DDC bay and tank reservoirs.
4 Pin Molex and 3 Pin Tacho Output
Maximum Flow: 600 lph (12V)
Maximum Head Delivery: 4.7m
Voltage: 12V
Power consumption: 18W
Maximum Temperature: 60C
Dimensions: 62 x 62 x 38 mm

more head but less lph ??? dont understand that rolleyes.gif
Edited by Zoroastrian - 11/8/13 at 11:45pm
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