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Hello everyone. Well after doing a test run of the Rad box, i think that I would be better suited getting new pumps. I would like some Iwaki RD-30's but those may be a little out of my price range for a few weeks. Is there another pump that will perform close to the Iwaki, while still being cheaper. Mind you, i have 2 MCP655's already. Would it be smarter to get a third and run it in series?
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The AC Iwaki WMD 20RZ will give you about the same performance for a little less money, there big though. Thats what I use, I don't have the link to it but if your interested I'll find it for you. They are around a $150+shipping which is kind of high because they are heavy.

If your trying to keep it neat and self contained the RD30 would probably be your best bet. You may be better off just adding a 3'rd D-5 till you can get the RD30. Your running 3 rads aren't you? That will take care of the extra 18W or so of heat dump from the pump.

You can get a good idea of the size of this pump from the pic, those are 120mm fans right behind it on a rad.
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Are you running all of that on a 250W PSU, or is that dedicated to your cooling systems?

I'd be cusrious to know how much increased flow rate affects your temps. All the test I've seen indicate that beyond 1.5 GPM, addtional flow rate has diminised affect on cooling.
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i will be running 2 DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing these are very nice

http://www.dangerden.com/store/produ...5&cat=4&page=1
    
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