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Hey quick question which way to turn the d5 vario to maximum speed? (#5)?

I believe its all the way clockwise, but i just want to make sure on that...

another thing... ill be running 2 in series one will turn on when i power the computer and this one has a reservoi for it... but the other one doesnt have an reservoi but will powered by a different psu... so I was thinking start the 1st one and then after its running turn the other one... will this be ok?

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Yeah, all the way clockwise = #5. Careful with it though, I had one break off real easily turning it. All the D5's I've seen (and I've seen 3 total) stop at #2, but it's really #5.
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Yeah #5 is your highest setting..Thats fine turning them on like that and if you forget to turn on the second one for some reason it wont even hurt your flow to much, coolant runs right through a pump when its off...It would probably be a lot easier to only run one when your bleeding, it will bleed faster...Thats what I always did with 2 in series...I love the redundancy of having two pumps also,the extra head and flow ain't half bad either...
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You should be able to hear a difference between a low setting and a high setting, at least i can hear my d5 if i open my case and get kind close to it.
    
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Look which way the arrow points, not the notch (they're opposite lol)
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Originally Posted by starlon View Post
Yeah, all the way clockwise = #5. Careful with it though, I had one break off real easily turning it. All the D5's I've seen (and I've seen 3 total) stop at #2, but it's really #5.

Thanks for the info m8... mine turns really easy i just use my finger nail to turn it...
thanks once again.

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Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
Yeah #5 is your highest setting..Thats fine turning them on like that and if you forget to turn on the second one for some reason it wont even hurt your flow to much, coolant runs right through a pump when its off...It would probably be a lot easier to only run one when your bleeding, it will bleed faster...Thats what I always did with 2 in series...I love the redundancy of having two pumps also,the extra head and flow ain't half bad either...
Hey man, thanks for all the info... always learning from the best.

thanks ira...

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You should be able to hear a difference between a low setting and a high setting, at least i can hear my d5 if i open my case and get kind close to it.
Thanks i just want to make sure becase 2 of the pumps that ill be having will be inside my case and I screwed it to the case so after it is screwed i want to make sure cause ill be a pain to remove anything...

thanks anyways.

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