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How do you all feel about this pump?
https://www.dangerden.com/store/prod...&cat=23&page=1

If not good, I will order a Swiftech from sidewinder... just trying to order as much as I can from DD, because they are an hour away from where I live and shipping only takes 1-2 days.

EDIT: Nevermind.. seems to be basically the same pump?
    
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How do you all feel about this pump?
https://www.dangerden.com/store/prod...&cat=23&page=1

If not good, I will order a Swiftech from sidewinder... just trying to order as much as I can from DD, because they are an hour away from where I live and shipping only takes 1-2 days.

EDIT: Nevermind.. seems to be basically the same pump?
It is the same pump Swifty just re-brands it...Hey Swifty has one with out a rheo in it for cheaper...Most people just leave it running at the highest setting anyway...

...http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmc12vdcpuw.html
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post #13 of 28
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Update.

Alright, everything ordered and arriving today/tomorrow.

Thermochill PA120.3
DD12V-D5 pump (variable speed)
Tygone 3603 1/2" tubing
Swiftech micro res
D-Tek FuZion CPU block

All that's left to do before testing is decide on my choice of fans and tap the holes needed to mount the rad (on spacer mounts) on the top of my case. Oh, and clamps.

    
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Good Deal...You should clean everything well before you use it I'll leave you a PDF file telling how...I haven't spell checked it yet so don't laugh to much... .. ...Take your time putting it together I like to use some heavy twine to measure out my tubing lengths measure twice and cut once....
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You could make your rad free standing like I did mine...Its not quite done but you get the idea....
ira that is sweet!! i might have to do that
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Yeah, we got ya back.

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ira that is sweet!! i might have to do that
Thanks...This is what it looks like since I put the last fan on it...
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post #18 of 28
At first I thought being at the top would be the most important thing. I thought if it was at the tippy top the system would bleed itself for the most part....wrong.

The only really important thing for a T-line or reservoir is to be in your loop right before the pump to prime the pump as it's being filled and you of coarse would like this to be higher than the pump.

Second most important is to not be a moron like me and overflow your reservoir into some critical component below like a PSU for example..
    
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yeah that would be bad
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Thanks...This is what it looks like since I put the last fan on it...
That looks great Cool idea!
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