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post #11 of 36
err...do you want brand over performance or something?

Because in that case, the D-Tek Fuzion is all over the place also...
post #12 of 36
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Idk much, I just know that all I see is Swiftech pumps and Black Ice rads. I wanna go different. Does D-tek make a pump?
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post #13 of 36
different? so you would even go with what's worse?

fine, get a "danger den" pump.... it's the SAME..... black ice rad? they're the best, fine ... get a "danger den GT rad", it's also the SAME, or get a thermochill....
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post #14 of 36
A pump by D-Tek would be the DB-1. http://www.petrastechshop.com/ddb12inpu.html

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different? so you would even go with what's worse?

fine, get a "danger den" pump.... it's the SAME..... black ice rad? they're the best, fine ... get a "danger den GT rad", it's also the SAME, or get a thermochill....
Haha yea. They're all the same thing just with different names by difference companies.
post #15 of 36
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is that D-tek pump any good?
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post #16 of 36
Never used it but I believe CyberDruid has. Don't think he had any complaints either.
post #17 of 36
its ok.. a D5 vario of any type will be much better. The DB-1 only has ~3.5' of head pressure..which isnt much considering its low flow rate of 500 l/hr. The D5 vario has around 15-20' of head pressure and a flow rate of ~1500 l/hr.

It is the best pump there is, next to an Iwaki.
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its ok.. a D5 vario of any type will be much better. The DB-1 only has ~3.5' of head pressure..which isnt much considering its low flow rate of 500 l/hr. The D5 vario has around 15-20' of head pressure and a flow rate of ~1500 l/hr.

It is the best pump there is, next to an Iwaki.
gah, get the d5 vario or a DDCT-01 combo. That pump is weak. 3.5' is very little considering you'll be using probably a lot more tubing than that.
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post #20 of 36
if you are running a dual-pass 120.2 radiator..you have almost 2.5' of 'tubing' length in the radiator..
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