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I use PTFE tape. I don't abuse it. Wrap til it covers the end of the tape, just a mm or two more an that's all you need. Make sure to stretch the tape as you apply it and it should fill any gap left in the production process. Nothing is 100% on spec. There is a margin of error in the tolerances and just cause it fits like it's supposed to by feel doesn't mean that it fits like it's supposed to by spec.
That's what the o-ring is for. If you need plumber's tape to prevent a leak, there are bigger problems to worry about.
 
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post #20523 of 105811
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B... Bro, why the insistence on using uber large print though? I'm not saying you're wrong. Just noticed the slight irregularity with the pump you were referring to and the pump you listed the specs on. Chill kay? Have a Pint on me if you need. Lemme know your PPal an I'll buy.
This is really the only issue I have with your last few posts. We're not blind nor ignorant don't need the emphatic display of you being correct. wink.gif
I use PTFE tape. I don't abuse it. Wrap til it covers the end of the tape, just a mm or two more an that's all you need. Make sure to stretch the tape as you apply it and it should fill any gap left in the production process. Nothing is 100% on spec. There is a margin of error in the tolerances and just cause it fits like it's supposed to by feel doesn't mean that it fits like it's supposed to by spec.
Anyway, not tryin ta be argumentative with you B. Hope that's not how you're taking my input here. mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
It was a bit large....apologies.
I am acutely aware that information we give must be correct as some people use us a resource,incorrect info costs money to somebody....as it has cost me before (max voltage....i went over it....by a long way...cost me dear)....i dont mean to come off all rabid.
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Thanks for clearing that up. I'm at work the computer I'm using blocks ppcs.com and swiftech.com. I didn't notice any difference when hooked up to the controller or the psu directly. I did find it too loud and very hard to purge (even in mode #4) so I switched back to the DDC 3.2. Plus I like the compact size of the DDC. I did get a DD D5 which I'm sure is no different than the oem D5.

DDC's have the edge with restrictive loops,D5's are more for flowing loops...unless you rock a 24v. if you could marry a DDC impeller with a D5 motor.....i wonder.....
Do you have the heat issues which seem to arise with them? I use D5's purely for that reason,replaced too many laing boards for those DIY boards for people and always see the same damage.
If a D5 is loud,try remounting the pump top,sometimes this is a cure...mine is on silicone washers,bolted to my bench,although my kazes may be drowning it out..

is all good brotha, I completely understand. smile.gif

Got my 2nd DDC-1T from bmav today. Was gonna change connectors from the flat 4 pin and noticed that this one was an actual PWM connector. Prolly still change it so it fits next to my main pump on the Controller but these little pumps really are amazing. I think as long as you have airflow getting to them they aren't as hot as is being made of them. I have my pump off the metal surface using packing foam strips so the air blows underneath them. I think that's really the important thing. Mounting them where there is good airflow. They aren't at all noisy either. Yeah I can hear them when the door is off my system but my fans drown em out for the most part. thumb.gif
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I use PTFE tape. I don't abuse it. Wrap til it covers the end of the tape, just a mm or two more an that's all you need. Make sure to stretch the tape as you apply it and it should fill any gap left in the production process. Nothing is 100% on spec. There is a margin of error in the tolerances and just cause it fits like it's supposed to by feel doesn't mean that it fits like it's supposed to by spec.
That's what the o-ring is for. If you need plumber's tape to prevent a leak, there are bigger problems to worry about.

Sorry might be my OCD getting the best of me here but is there something wrong with being committed to a leak free seal? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 5/2/12 at 3:14pm
 
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DDC's have the edge with restrictive loops,D5's are more for flowing loops...unless you rock a 24v. if you could marry a DDC impeller with a D5 motor.....i wonder.....
Do you have the heat issues which seem to arise with them? I use D5's purely for that reason,replaced too many laing boards for those DIY boards for people and always see the same damage.
If a D5 is loud,try remounting the pump top,sometimes this is a cure...mine is on silicone washers,bolted to my bench,although my kazes may be drowning it out..

I had it mounted in in an xspc bay res. The res did come with much beefier rubber pads to help with vibrations than previous xspc bay reservoirs I had tried. I did try it outside though using the stock top and it was about the same. I did have a DDC 3.2 inside an xspc bay res it did get hot. Hot enough that I added a slot fan-blower to cool it. Since then, I haven't ran my DDCs in a bay res. They do quite well outside as long as you have some airflow to them. Miine current one is sitting in between the front mounted 480 and the rear mounted 360. I've had quite a few complex loops and the DDC has never failed me, especially with an aftermarket top. The only nagging issue is that the wires are a thicker gauge and they easily come loose. Easy solution would be to solder on a smaller gauge wires or just solder on a few small lengths of smaller gauge wire and crimp on new pins.
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is all good brotha, I completely understand. smile.gif
Got my 2nd DDC-1T from bmav today. Was gonna change connectors from the flat 4 pin and noticed that this one was an actual PWM connector. Prolly still change it so it fits next to my main pump on the Controller but these little pumps really are amazing. I think as long as you have airflow getting to them they aren't as hot as is being made of them. I have my pump off the metal surface using packing foam strips so the air blows underneath them. I think that's really the important thing. Mounting them where there is good airflow. They aren't at all noisy either. Yeah I can hear them when the door is off my system but my fans drown em out for the most part. thumb.gif
Sorry might be my OCD getting the best of me here but is there something wrong with being committed to a leak free seal? mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Yeah, you're going to put a little bit too much teflon tape on that fitting and crack the block top
    
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So I just bought two Blademasters for PWM on my Antec H20 620, was that a bad idea? Should you now have PWM fans on a radiator? Also I'm going to have a push pull PWM config, should I have the push syncing the pull or vice versa?
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yall are insane, do you think my loop will do well?
pump is one of bmav's
and the res is a Bitspower BP-DDCT2-CL DDC Mini Water Tank Plus, 85 ml.
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You gonna have a drain in your loop? And how are you planning to fill the res without it overflowing?
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yall are insane, do you think my loop will do well?
pump is one of bmav's
and the res is a Bitspower BP-DDCT2-CL DDC Mini Water Tank Plus, 85 ml.
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800D build: one DDC 3.2: pump> three gpu blocks, mb block, cpu block, ram block, two 480mm radiators, & res. I'm sure your pump w/ an aftermarket top will handle your loop well smile.gif
post #20530 of 105811
I'm running a DDC 3.25 18W pump and find even when mounted to a UN Design pump mount with Gel Stuff under that, it still runs HOT on the base but is extremely quiet! I have heard that the D5's run cooler and last a long time and are cooled better, I would rather dump a little more heat into my loop if it means longer pump life -reliability. I tend to run higher flowing blocks anyways, I'm not knocking the DDC at all. I would rather the heat enter my loop, I also hear that the D5s are a little bit quieter.
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