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D5s were great pumps. But you need to accept the fact that the days of DDC are upon us and they have their benefits and cons just as any other decision does. That's all I was saying. Also their old.
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post #12 of 16
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D5s were great pumps. But you need to accept the fact that the days of DDC are upon us and they have their benefits and cons just as any other decision does. That's all I was saying. Also their old.

Look around man. The D5 is the most popular pump for a reason. Why would anyone accept an inferior pump just because it is newer (DDC's aren't by the way)
Only recently most of the major water cooling manufacturers started selling their own versions of the D5, including PWM and USB versions. Strange for an out dated and supposedly superseded design.

The Koolance PMP500 is a newer pump, and higher pressure, but nobody uses them because they are loud as hell.

Maybe you just need to accept being wrong.
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post #13 of 16
MCP655 is pretty great and gets the job done.

I think jakus has a point on why its one of the best, but most of the time the mcp35x's get punished by user error

http://www.overclock.net/t/1456924/choosing-the-right-pump#post_21538152

I posted this in someone elses thread. It comes to simple ways to decide which pump you want and why, but we can't pretend when you get a mcp35x it just won't start and it will instantly burn out. Before buying we already know the mcp655 cools itself with the water going through it and dumps heat into the loop, and the mcp35x doesn't. So where is all that heat going? This gets followed up by mounting the mcp35x with the rubber like pad material for it on a surface with no airflow, furthermore setting the pump to a higher rate than needed.
A mcp655 is more manageable because even at a higher flow from high speed setting it will only add to the water temp but can't have any issues, right?
The mcp35x had some nasty issues a while back, I'm under the impression they did change the pcb a bit if I did my reading right tongue.gif The heatsink and fan is just an obvious purchase for a pump that NEEDS!!!! the cooling.
Yeah they have their pro's and con's, but that mcp655 is not going to outperform a mcp35x. I still like the mcp655 was amazing pump, I just didn't like the massive space it took with or without the top frown.gif
  
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Thanks Jak, switched out the radiator position. I did end up getting that pump/res combo and I also purchased a Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper Slim Profile Triple 120mm rad. I now have a total of 12x120mm of radiator space. Did some unigine valley benchmarks and my two gpus only hit 104F and 109F.
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good to hear tongue.gif
No pics? :O

(to anyone who dont wanna look it up: 104-109F = 40-43C) witch seams like AWESOME temps! Good job!
 
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Ill post some tomorrow, its night now and my camera really isnt the greatest.
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