XSPC sell an EX240 kit with a D5 pump in a bay res
, or with a DDC pump in a tube res
or a bay res
, with their 750 pump in a bay res
, or their 420 pump in a bay res
, and that's just with the EX240 rad. They have similar kits and pump options with their RS, RX and AX lines in 240, 360, and 480 rads.
All I'm getting at is if you aren't specific about what it is you are asking about then you aren't as likely to get good or correct advice.
Their D5 kits are the only thing I would recommend, especially if you ever might have plans to expand the loop to include a GPU.
XSPC's 420 pump is newer and I haven't seen or heard much about it yet to say anything about it. My only reason for discounting going with it would be that, due to it's newness, you'd be taking a bit of a gamble on a pump with a yet-to-be-determined reliability. Their 750 pump has been around longer and is not as reliable and a bit underpowered compared to more popular pumps if you ever want to expand the loop. It's not terrible though but there have always been more than a fair number of complaints from members here who have seen them die prematurely compared to what we see from the triad and true Laing D5 and DDC series, however XSPC's DDCs are not a PWM controlled variant like Swiftech's MCP35x or EK's DDC 3.2, and I likewise would never recommend an 18w DDC that doesn't have the ability to slow the speed down because they have pretty well known heat-related issues when run at full speed for very long.
That leaves XSPC's D5s as the only pump XSPC sells that's worth spending the money on imho, but that's just me. The D5 is renowned for being as quiet and reliable as they come and reliability is everything when it comes to watercooling imho.
Their kits in all forms have been bought by lots and lots of people, and for the most part it seems people have been happy with them. If you haven't already you might have a look at the club thread ...
I would also add, that you might consider going with kits from EK
or the Swiftech Hydro series
instead.Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 4/7/15 at 12:53am