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Ever since I took part in my first ever W/C build, I've been using speedfan to adjust my pump speeds.

Anyone else using this as well?

I found that I can clock my rad fan to 0% and pump down to 40% and see no significant temp increase at idle.
Then I have it start to raise speeds around the 45c - 55c max range.
    
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What pump are you using?
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O-o never heard of this before
 
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Idk, i guess it is possible. Swifttech does have a 3 pin header on their mcp655
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I don't use software, but I do run my pump through my fan speed controller. I have actually stopped turning on the radiator fans. I found that after 5 hours of full load with no radiator fans my temps leveled off at around 55c.

With the radiator fans off and my pump slightly undervolted, my computer is a lot less annoying to sit next to for hours.
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I'm using the X2O 400 12V Pump that came in this kit http://www.xspc.biz/x2opro.php

and yeah no joke, I can get it down to 35% power and it will idle, I upped it to 40% just to be safe. Now that its getting cooler outside I've brought down the max low pump to 30%, if you look at the pic FAN1 is my pump and at 30% its at 703rpm



and it doesn't stop there. I have 8 fans in my system all being controlled via speedfan
1 on NB, memory, SB, intake for HDD's, upper/lower side door, porthole top and radiator on the back where the exhaust fan would normally go.

Edited by porschedrifter - 9/30/09 at 9:06am
    
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post #7 of 13
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X2O 400 12V Pump/Reservoir
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by porschedrifter View Post
I'm using the X2O 400 12V Pump that came in this kit http://www.xspc.biz/x2opro.php

and yeah no joke, I can get it down to 35% power and it will idle, I upped it to 40% just to be safe. Now that its getting cooler outside I've brought down the max low pump to 30%, if you look at the pic FAN1 is my pump and at 30% its at 703rpm


and it doesn't stop there. I have 8 fans in my system all being controlled via speedfan
1 on NB, memory, SB, intake for HDD's, upper/lower side door, porthole top and radiator on the back where the exhaust fan would normally go.
You can start your pump at that low a speed? I always had to start mine at a higher voltage on a rheo then I could drop it down lower if I wanted, I usually was trying to over-volt them a little. Or is that what your saying, that you drop them once at desk top? I guess it would have to be if your using SF to control it.

I've played with voltages and Speed Fan a little, I like a hardware solution better. But hey if it works for you thats great. Fun to play with to...
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I'm not so sure I would trust Speedfan's core temps. Maybe it's just with my i7 but it is always about 15C cooler than any other temp monitor.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
You can start your pump at that low a speed? I always had to start mine at a higher voltage on a rheo then I could drop it down lower if I wanted, I usually was trying to over-volt them a little. Or is that what your saying, that you drop them once at desk top? I guess it would have to be if your using SF to control it.

I've played with voltages and Speed Fan a little, I like a hardware solution better. But hey if it works for you thats great. Fun to play with to...
Yeah that would be bad if you start working your pump speed down more and more and then you start you computer the next time and the pump doesn't start.(I guess that would only happen with a hardware speed controller though)
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