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Just don't do this with 18W variants. Me (and many others) have had their pumps catch fire if the whole loop resistance is too low.

Wow, that's crazy. I wonder if using 1/4" tubing would help? I've never had an issue with 18W pumps (yet), thank goodness.
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post #12 of 13
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Wow, that's crazy. I wonder if using 1/4" tubing would help? I've never had an issue with 18W pumps (yet), thank goodness.

I just wouldn't recommend using a 18W variant on a simple loop like res-pump-rad-waterblock like I had. I'd suggest to go PWM DDC or 10W.
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I guess I have some more looking in to this to do. I will read up on how my BIOS controls the pumps. If I can just have it keep a steady speed and have speed control through BIOS I will do that. I think I can access the BIOS on my board with my phone even when I am not home which although not needed would be cool. Reading on some of the features my motherboard has lately and it dose more than I thought. Way cooler than getting a store bought PC already.
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