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Ya its in my pics here is some

NIce, thx for the pictures man. Why don't you attach the D5 Pump to the Res? just wondering why are you running them separate

Also, is it better to get the D5 Vario Pump (one with different speed dial) or get the D5 Pump PWM? and what is the different between these 2? anyone can give me some infos? thx.
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Also, is it better to get the D5 Vario Pump (one with different speed dial) or get the D5 Pump PWM? and what is the different between these 2? anyone can give me some infos? thx.

One pump is controlled by a speed dial on the back of the pump (Vario) the other is controlled via PWM signal from the motherboard. Both have there own advantage and disadvantage depending on what your needs are of them
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One pump is controlled by a speed dial on the back of the pump (Vario) the other is controlled via PWM signal from the motherboard. Both have there own advantage and disadvantage depending on what your needs are of them

OH I see, but what are the advantages and disadvantages? Isn't PWM is always better? Cause once your system is running you can control it on the desktop and dont have to open up your pc?
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I know this is way late but what's all the business about installing the o-ring onto the pump itself? I just set mine in the only channel it fits into into the pump top and screwed that sucker on, zero issues.

Side note, I know I keep saying this but I'm planning on doing a build log post soon, until then here is another little taste of that monsoon sweetness.......



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I know this is way late but what's all the business about installing the o-ring onto the pump itself? I just set mine in the only channel it fits into into the pump top and screwed that sucker on, zero issues.

Side note, I know I keep saying this but I'm planning on doing a build log post soon, until then here is another little taste of that monsoon sweetness.......




Nice and you installed the pump correctly.
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NIce, thx for the pictures man. Why don't you attach the D5 Pump to the Res? just wondering why are you running them separate

Also, is it better to get the D5 Vario Pump (one with different speed dial) or get the D5 Pump PWM? and what is the different between these 2? anyone can give me some infos? thx.

This was my first ever custom waterloop so i wanted everything separate from each other for trouble shooting. Also and it might seem kinda silly but for several years i was mechanic/pipefitter in a papermill we had both types of pumps what we called pedestal just like the MMRS with the pump on the res and they were the most horrid things to work on. You had to hang upside down to do anything
Glands tended to leak more and seal water was always plugging up. So i just like the stand alone type its just me.

As for the D5 pump i have the xspc with the speed control its set to 2 and i have no issues. Just remember that it will speed up and slow down a lot if you go with a PWM.I just didn't want the pump speed cycling every time temps changed. All my fans are running in pwm mode and my pump is on cpu fan 2 so i get a speed reading and if it fails i will get an alarm.
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I don't know if this means anything ... but, apparently, you only get 5 tension bars if you order the 50mm Chrome set.

Sorry I'm late to respond here, not been keeping up very well. I ordered the 50mm chrome tensions rods from PPCS on 10/26/2015 and got 6 tension rods, 12 screws, and 2 allen wrenches:



If they only sent 5 tension rods I'd email them so they can straighten that out for ya.
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I don't know if this means anything ... but, apparently, you only get 5 tension bars if you order the 50mm Chrome set.

Sorry I'm late to respond here, not been keeping up very well. I ordered the 50mm chrome tensions rods from PPCS on 10/26/2015 and got 6 tension rods, 12 screws, and 2 allen wrenches:



If they only sent 5 tension rods I'd email them so they can straighten that out for ya.

Thanks Mystriss. My comment was more of a joke as the picture at PPCS only shows 5 tension rods.

Speaking of tension rods, they, or more accurately the paper wrapping around each rod, is the most frustrating part of putting the reservoir together. It took me a good 15 minutes to unwrap the 12 tension rods (2 x 50mm sets) that I had and I am pretty sure the paint was starting to peel of the room with my language.
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I don't know if this means anything ... but, apparently, you only get 5 tension bars if you order the 50mm Chrome set.

Sorry I'm late to respond here, not been keeping up very well. I ordered the 50mm chrome tensions rods from PPCS on 10/26/2015 and got 6 tension rods, 12 screws, and 2 allen wrenches:



If they only sent 5 tension rods I'd email them so they can straighten that out for ya.

Thanks Mystriss. My comment was more of a joke as the picture at PPCS only shows 5 tension rods.

Speaking of tension rods, they, or more accurately the paper wrapping around each rod, is the most frustrating part of putting the reservoir together. It took me a good 15 minutes to unwrap the 12 tension rods (2 x 50mm sets) that I had and I am pretty sure the paint was starting to peel of the room with my language.

Hey I would rather have too much packaging than not enough. The finish on my rods was immaculate when I unwrapped them!
 
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Hey I would rather have too much packaging than not enough. The finish on my rods was immaculate when I unwrapped them!

I agree with some wrapping to protect the finish ... but don't fold the ends down so hard ... leave them 'messy' so that you have something to hold on to and tear off. The difficulty I encountered was that I couldn't get the 'tear' started. Once you managed to tease an opening, it came off easy enough.
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