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Swiftech MCP655 vs. Laing D5 Vario

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Is there any difference? Which is better to get if so? Which do you recommend?
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post #2 of 9
they are the same thing
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o_O ohh. What's Laing's website? I looked for it but got nothing.

And another question. Are the Black Ice rads made by Danger Den?
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Yeah, those pumps are the same, except I've heard the swiftech comes with more mounting equipment. Black Ice radiators are made by Hardware Labs.
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Yeah, those pumps are the same, except I've heard the swiftech comes with more mounting equipment. Black Ice radiators are made by Hardware Labs.
really? how come I've seen them say Danger Den one time and HLabs another?
and So you suggest the swiftech? thanks
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the swftech comes with a soft pad to mount the pump on and the pump and thats it, same as the D5
    
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thanks. Anyone have the Laing website?
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post #9 of 9
mcp655-B is the non variable version

the mcp655-R is the D5 Vario and the one you want...

It has about 30% more flow and will in most cases yield better temps
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