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Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

Thank you for the reply.

With 4 waterblock (CPU, GPU et block R4BE) and 2 rads, a D5 will be good or not?
Compared to a Laing 10W, I'll have a loss of performance or it will be like?

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FWIW I'm showing just shy of 1GPM with a single D5 vario on setting 4 or 5 (I want to say that it's set to '4', but honestly I can't remember for sure which I had it set to last, and I have it mounted where the speed control knob is not easily accessible. Whatever I currently have it set to I plan on leaving it there). I monitor the flow rate with a Koolance FM19 + frequency adapter/display.

I'm running 5 blocks and 2 rads: XSPC RIVBE blocks, Raystorm CPU block, 2x XSPC Razor GPU blocks (in parallel), and a 480 XT45 & Monsta 360. It's still a work in progress so haven't gotten around to pushing it and seeing how my temps will be on overclocks, but I don't suspect that I'll have any issues related to the pump for my loop.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 3/19/14 at 2:35am
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

FWIW I'm showing just shy of 1GPM with a single D5 vario on setting 4 or 5 (I want to say that it's set to '4', but honestly I can't remember for sure which I had it set to last, and I have it mounted where the speed control knob is not easily accessible. Whatever I currently have it set to I plan on leaving it there). I monitor the flow rate with a Koolance FM19 + frequency adapter/display.

I'm running 5 blocks and 2 rads: XSPC RIVBE blocks, Raystorm CPU block, 2x XSPC Razor GPU blocks (in parallel), and a 480 XT45 & Monsta 360. It's still a work in progress so haven't gotten around to pushing it and seeing how my temps will be on overclocks, but I don't suspect that I'll have any issues related to the pump for my loop.

Ok, D5 will be "just" with your loop?

I'll test a D5 this weekend, I would see
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post #13 of 13
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Better performance but louder as well. The D5 isn't too loud at max setting (5) compared to the MCP35x (DDC 3.25).

My Swiftech Apogee Drive II uses a MCP 35x and it's pretty loud after about 50% (PWM). I typically run it at 30~40% (1800~2500RPM).

But he's talking about the 10w DDC...
   
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