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Just traded in my XSPC 750 for a Swiftech MCP 355 w/ XSPC Reservoir top. biggrin.gif
Should the pump be spinning at 4500+RPM?
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Swiftech MCP 350 Dual top and res.



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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rakin View Post


Just traded in my XSPC 750 for a Swiftech MCP 355 w/ XSPC Reservoir top. biggrin.gif
Should the pump be spinning at 4500+RPM?

I think so, my MCP350 spins at 3800, and its half the wattage... wink.gif
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Im looking to buy the 355 from Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005NJVX9K/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Now i've been reading lots of concerning threads about the 355 burning itself up, should I be concerned about it?
post #246 of 273
Hi guys, just one question. smile.gif

I have EK-DDC 3.2 PWM pump. I assumed that i can control it with PWM function on my motherboard, but apparently my motherboard doesn't have enough power and when I connect pump it barely spining.
So how can I control my pump over PWM function?
post #247 of 273
You connect the 4 pin fan header from the pump to the motherboard for the PWM and tach signal but connect the Molex to the PSU to supply power. If you have an Asus motherboard you can use Fan Xpert to control the pump speed.
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post #248 of 273
Yes I connected 4 pin fan header to the motherboard, and molex to psu. When I do that my pump barely spinning and I don't get any RPM reading in bios. Also I have AsRock 890GX Extreme3.
post #249 of 273
Unplug the 4 pin fan header from the motherboard. The pump should then run at full speed. If it does you need to go into the BIOS and check the PWM settings. Also check the software that came with the motherboard as you may have something that will allow PWM control from within Windows. You can also try using Speedfan but it's not easy to setup and may not work with your motherboard.
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post #250 of 273
When I unplug 4 pin fan header pump runs at full speed. I checked PWM settings in BIOS and I tried automatic, and full on options, but nothing changes. I tried to connect one 120 mm fan and if I set 50% power it's run at 50%, full on fan run's full on. But these settings doesn't affect on pump.
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