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What can you say about the Eheim 1200 and the D5 Vario? What are the pros and cons of both?
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Maybe you can tell me a little about the Eheim 1262 as well. It seems like a beast. How big is it?
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Maybe you can tell me a little about the Eheim 1262 as well. It seems like a beast. How big is it?
well , i have a 1048 mounted internally with no problems , it is the same housing as the 1260...
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Here's an excellent article with images of the pumps and some data as well. A little outdated ... but still pertinent.

http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=73675

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Eheim 1250
1250 = 16.4 LPM
1250 + TDX (nozzle1) = 8.3 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze GPU = 6.9 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 7.2 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 6.3 LPM
1250 + TDX + EVO1 = 3.15 LPM
1250 + RBX (nozzle1) = 6.9 LPM
1250 + White Water = 7.6 LPM
1250 + Maze4 (copper top) = 11.1 LPM
1250 + Maze3 = 8.7 LPM


Eheim 1260
1260 = 18.9 LPM
1260 + TDX (nozzle1) = 12.6 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 GPU = 8.8 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 9.7 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 8.9 LPM
1260 + TDX + EVO1 = 4.5 LPM
1260 + TDX + RBX (nozzle1) = 9.5 LPM
1260 + TDX + White Water = 10.5 LPM


Laing D5
Laing D5 (set @ no 5) = 16.4 LPM
Laing D5 (set @ no 1) = 4.4 LPM
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Thanks so much!
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I use the d5 personally and would recommend it
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Yea, I hear a lot. Idk
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Here's some data I pulled from the online spec sheets ... actual numbers will vary.


_Pump _______ Head _______ Flow _______ Wattage

MCP655 .............. 10' ................ 317 Gph ............ 24 watts
Eheim 1250 ........ 6.5' ............... 317 Gph ............ 28 watts
Eheim 1260 ....... 12.1' .............. 634 Gph ............ 65 watts
Eheim 1262 ....... 11.8' .............. 898 Gph ............ 80 watts

Another issue is dimensions ... how much space do you have for a pump ?
Here's an image for reference from coolercases.co.uk -

Eheim 1260>>>Eheim 1250>>>Eheim 1048>>>Eheim 1046>>>MCP655


Hope this helps !
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I want to fit prolly a 1260 under the 5 1/4 drive bays in a cent 532 or cent 5 with the hdd bays taken out..
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