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Looks pretty much the same to me....just used the SX fittings in CLASSIFIED DEMON.

Thanks, but I just switched things up a bit and bought 2 red fittings to use as accent. That way it doesn't really matter if the new and old ones are a bit different.

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They're 12v just like fans and you can connect quite a few fans to a header. thumb.gif
I'll try the header first, if it goes pear shaped she can have my board and fan controller. Doubt it will hurt the board though.

Unlike fans,pumps can draw much more wattage.....
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Unlike fans,pumps can draw much more wattage.....

Like said they're not in one of my rigs pumping 1.6v into a cpu etc it's just in her gaming rig and she'll want it quiet with a mild OC so they'll more than likely be running at no more than 40% speed. Surely this won't cause a black hole to form around my appartment when running them from a 12v header? Or am I really playing with Voodoo magic and ASUS don't know what they're talking about producing motherboards with dedicated headers on £220 motherboards?
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Like said they're not in one of my rigs pumping 1.6v into a cpu etc it's just in her gaming rig and she'll want it quiet with a mild OC so they'll more than likely be running at no more than 40% speed. Surely this won't cause a black hole to form around my appartment when running them from a 12v header? Or am I really playing with Voodoo magic and ASUS don't know what they're talking about producing motherboards with dedicated headers on £220 motherboards?

Dedicated pump header,sure use it, but a normal header? No.
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Surely this won't cause a black hole to form around my appartment when running them from a 12v header? Or am I really playing with Voodoo magic and ASUS don't know what they're talking about producing motherboards with dedicated headers on £220 motherboards?

A 3.1 spec DDC running at 12v will only draw 1 amp from a circuit (found on the DDC datasheet). That's right in line with manufacturer's (notably MSI and Asus from various support threads I could find on the topic) max continuous current from a single header. A 3.2 spec pump, however, can draw up to 1.5 amps. A D5 Vario can pull about 2 amps (sourced form some testing Martin did a few years back, could be wrong).

Personally, I don't think it's worth risking frying something on your board. If you've got a header that's labeled for pump use, chances are it's specced higher and you shouldn't have a problem using it.
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post #100266 of 107086
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Dedicated pump header,sure use it, but a normal header? No.

I wouldn't use a normal header with a liang pump, but the z170 sabertooth comes with a dedicated header.
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A 3.1 spec DDC running at 12v will only draw 1 amp from a circuit (found on the DDC datasheet). That's right in line with manufacturer's (notably MSI and Asus from various support threads I could find on the topic) max continuous current from a single header. A 3.2 spec pump, however, can draw up to 1.5 amps. A D5 Vario can pull about 2 amps (sourced form some testing Martin did a few years back, could be wrong).

Personally, I don't think it's worth risking frying something on your board. If you've got a header that's labeled for pump use, chances are it's specced higher and you shouldn't have a problem using it.
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Hey guys.. old school acrylic guy (did mine like 3 years ago).. I have basic c47s that have the orings and nothing else.. is there something I can add to a c47 to make it more secure or do I need to buy all new fittings?

this is 12mm

Just buy New Orings and reconnect the tubing.... Not sure why you would buy all new C47s (As I am familiar with them, they aren't cheap)

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A 3.1 spec DDC running at 12v will only draw 1 amp from a circuit (found on the DDC datasheet). That's right in line with manufacturer's (notably MSI and Asus from various support threads I could find on the topic) max continuous current from a single header. A 3.2 spec pump, however, can draw up to 1.5 amps. A D5 Vario can pull about 2 amps (sourced form some testing Martin did a few years back, could be wrong).

Personally, I don't think it's worth risking frying something on your board. If you've got a header that's labeled for pump use, chances are it's specced higher and you shouldn't have a problem using it.

So Much This!!!

Benjiw can do as he pleases, but this is how I feel deep down. I would rather take the risk of frying an 8$ Fan controller than a part of my board if the pump does draw more wattage than expected.

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post #100268 of 107086
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I wouldn't use a normal header with a liang pump, but the z170 sabertooth comes with a dedicated header.

Double check with Asus. The manual has no mention of that header providing more than the usual 1 A of continuous current (12 W). It only talks about pump specific control options, which isn't exactly very different from fan control options either.

Some boards with pump headers are just steady 1 A/12 V headers with no control. Set and forget. Doesn't provide any more power.

Makes no sense to assume in such cases.
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Do any of the pumps actually draw power from the header? I've only seen them having tacho and where applicable PWM wires going to the header, and power is straight from Molex.
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Do any of the pumps actually draw power from the header? I've only seen them having tacho and where applicable PWM wires going to the header, and power is straight from Molex.

Depends on the pump, but yes most DDC/D5 pumps do not. AIO pumps are low power enough to where that would work, as will something like the EK SPC-60 pump.
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