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I'm about to replace my APOGEE Drive 350 with a new water block and get a new pump. My question is could I use it just as a pump?
Or should I just sell it.
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post #2 of 5
The drive actually has the mcp350 at it's core, so it's a pretty good pump and apogee GT in one. Why are you wanting to sell it? It may not be the best, but it's by no means bad.
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i just built another rig for work and its the apogee drive, it loads incredibly well i had pretty low expectations since its on a quad but it currently idles 33 +/-2c across all cores with a MCR320 and loads below 53 with an ambient of 23c

the pump does get a bit hot and if that heat could be cooled it would do a better job but to answer your question it can be used as just a pump just needs a top
    
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Yeah, you should be able to use it as a pump no problem. It's not as efficient as a regular 350 because it has block restriction to work against, but still probably plenty of pumping power for any average to low restriction setup.
    
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Thanks for the comments. +1 rep for all
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