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post #21 of 36
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How about this pump, no one mentioned it..
http://www.petrastechshop.com/aq50in12pu.html
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post #22 of 36
Better. That pump actually has some good head pressure..a slightly higher flow rate than the DB-1 pump...and uses half the electricity of the D5-vario.

I believe the RD70 is the stronger of the Iwaki pumps...oh wheres Ira? Someone put up the 'bat' signal.
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It's out of stock, you know you want the D5 of DDCT combo....

(the d5 has more flow)
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I have the D5 vario (MCP655). Not a single issue so far in the 6mos I've had it and my computer is on almost 24/7.

There's a reason a lot of people have a lot of the same components.....Maybe because they've been proven/tested to be superior to the competition.
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post #25 of 36
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Originally Posted by dr4gon View Post
It's out of stock, you know you want the D5 of DDCT combo....

(the d5 has more flow)
Can you send me a link plz?
post #26 of 36
Alright, I made up my decision.. Here it goes.

Res - D-tek Single Bay
Rad - Coolingworks Coolrad Triple 120mm
Pump - D5 Vario
Processor WB - D-tek FuZion

I think everyone will think this is good. Let me know any thoughts. Thanks everyone!!

Edit; Do you think a triple 120mm rad will fit on the back of a mid-tower case?? Thanks again.
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post #28 of 36
Oh wait, the D5 Vario is from Danger Den?! =(
Guess I gotta keep lookin..
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Oh wait, the D5 Vario is from Danger Den?! =(
Guess I gotta keep lookin..


the D5 is made by liang there are diff variations cause each company puts there label on it.

it's like a hambuger in the end the meat is still meat.
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post #30 of 36
Oh alright. I'm still looking so can you tell me anything about this one??
http://www.cooltechnica.com/Merchant...ategory_Code=P
I read some good reviews..
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