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If i were going to spend about 90 on a pump would either of these be worth it then?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21...tl=g30c107s155

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21...tl=g30c107s155
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If i were going to spend about 90 on a pump would either of these be worth it then?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21...tl=g30c107s155

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21...tl=g30c107s155


WOW...Those are overpriced...I'd get one of these, they are really good pumps...Look at Petra's and Jabtech and Sidewinders, SVC for parts, that place is ridiculous...


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I understand. Thanks for the info. Frozen CPU and the Swiftech site are about the only places i could find to get anything
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Yeah, I second the D5 Ira-K listed from Petra's, that's the variable version which is stronger than the non-variable and you just can't go wrong ordering there. Afer a couple of orders from different places I'll go out of my way now to pick from the parts available at Petra's their service is awesome and they are the only one's I've seen active in actually visiting watercooling forums.

And to top it off they actually test and develop new stuff for us, to me that means alot!
    
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Ok, so with the 3 prong thing. is that 1 in 2 out? or 2 in 1 out?
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er or >.> how exactly does that work. if its really really obvious and im being an idiot im out of caffine and its 2am >.>
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The triple teat blocks are all dual outlets, with a center inlet over the die.
  
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ok, so where do both of the outlets go? do they have to be Yd into a single inlet on the radiator?
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and would the D5 be enough to support using
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/59...?tl=g30c95s667
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Yes, your celly will do just fine with that rad =)
    
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