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hey guys, im looking for a bit of help. Im about to pull the trigger on an upgrade cooling setup for a 800D im trading for. Planning on running a RX480 in the top with an EX240 in the bottom, with a EK Supreme HF and the possibility of a 2nd 580 block. What would be the best pump for a setup like this?
EDIT: Sorry, that was an RX480. not 360
I have pretty much the exact same setup as that(EK Supreme HF, 2 EK FC-GTX470 blocks, Thermochill 480, and RX240 in a 700D) and I've run an MCP655, MCP350, and dual MCP350, and I really didn't see much of a performance difference. I have since gone back to the MCP655 because of the flow rate adjustment and it's quieter. I would recommend the MCP655 for you too
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I have pretty much the exact same setup as that(EK Supreme HF, 2 EK FC-GTX470 blocks, Thermochill 480, and RX240 in a 700D) and I've run an MCP655, MCP350, and dual MCP350, and I really didn't see much of a performance difference. I have since gone back to the MCP655 because of the flow rate adjustment and it's quieter. I would recommend the MCP655 for you too

Yea im going to go with this one from Dazmode.https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/dazmode_storm_d5_vario_8-24v_pump/

Does anyone know a top for this that does not cost 50$ like the bitspower.
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Yea im going to go with this one from Dazmode.https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/dazmode_storm_d5_vario_8-24v_pump/
Does anyone know a top for this that does not cost 50$ like the bitspower.
You can get a pump housing with G1/4 threading for $5.95.

I also have an XSPC D5 tank reservoir for sale for $35...
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post #26384 of 106085
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Yea im going to go with this one from Dazmode.https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/dazmode_storm_d5_vario_8-24v_pump/
Does anyone know a top for this that does not cost 50$ like the bitspower.
I have the EK X-Top on mine. Not much less than the Bitspower top, $40. There's the option of getting a res top as well if you haven't ordered a res yet. Or bay res with an integrated pump attachment
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What CPU-block for under 50 euros do you guys recommend? To give you guys an idea of what things cost here: http://www.aquatuning.nl/index.php/cat/c835_Intel-Socket-1156.html
Also what clear tubing? I don't live in the US so Durelene is way to expensive to ship to the netherlands.
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Just reposting this because I'm getting all the second hand parts sunday afternoon (150€ for 2 rads, 4 fans, pump+top, reservoir and cpu wb. A single rad with the 4 fans would cost that much brand new. So it's 380€ worth of parts for 150, sounds pretty good to me). Back to college sometime next week so I probably won't have the loop running before the end of next week.
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Regarding an alternative to the Yate Loon 140 fans, the Bgears Blasters 140mm 1800rpm are incredibly strong performers (huge static pressure for 140mm fans, in fact the highest I know of) and can be found as low as $8/ea when Tiger Direct has them in stock. Also, since they're ball bearing fans, they can work in any orientation, whereas sleeve bearings must be mounted vertically (like front intake or rear exhaust, not as floor intake or top exhaust).

Ok, I've got to admit you sort of confused me there. I didn't even know about fans being either "ball bearing" or "sleeve bearing". How comes the second category can't be mounted horizontally ? Are those Yate Loons "sleeve bearing" fans frown.gif ? I was going to use them on the top radiator. The bottom rad could be mounted on its side so I can use "sleeve bearing" fans I guess but it probably would look as good and I'd have to get "L" mounts for it or find a good way of making it stay in place.
If those Yate Loons wouldn't work do you recon I could just have 2 Noctuas per rad
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Does anyone know if there's a spot on the pcb of a MCP655 to tap for rpm? Also, is there a difference in the pcb's between the Swiftech MCP655 and Koolance PMP-450?
A pic of the pcb of the PMP-450 would be fantastic.
To answer my own question again, yes there is. wink.gif

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Just reposting this because I'm getting all the second hand parts sunday afternoon (150€ for 2 rads, 4 fans, pump+top, reservoir and cpu wb. A single rad with the 4 fans would cost that much brand new. So it's 380€ worth of parts for 150, sounds pretty good to me). Back to college sometime next week so I probably won't have the loop running before the end of next week.
Ok, I've got to admit you sort of confused me there. I didn't even know about fans being either "ball bearing" or "sleeve bearing". How comes the second category can't be mounted horizontally ? Are those Yate Loons "sleeve bearing" fans frown.gif ? I was going to use them on the top radiator. The bottom rad could be mounted on its side so I can use "sleeve bearing" fans I guess but it probably would look as good and I'd have to get "L" mounts for it or find a good way of making it stay in place.
If those Yate Loons wouldn't work do you recon I could just have 2 Noctuas per rad
Nothing wrong with Yate Loon fans, I've had 2 YL running for months horizontally in one rig, and I have 8 horizontal in another rig. How long will they last? I don't know, no problems from mine so far.
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Yea im going to go with this one from Dazmode.https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/dazmode_storm_d5_vario_8-24v_pump/
Does anyone know a top for this that does not cost 50$ like the bitspower.
you can always just not even buy a top for the D5 pump and do what i did.
i just cut the hose really short near the tip of the top and attached a 90
degree compression fitting on there (or whatever angle suits your needs)
( i had a left over 90 fitting and didn't feel like buying a top)
have a look at some of my profile pics if that interests you thumb.gif
(i can be cheap sometimes lol)
although for my new upcoming build i went allout
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To answer my own question again, yes there is. wink.gif
Nothing wrong with Yate Loon fans, I've had 2 YL running for months horizontally in one rig, and I have 8 horizontal in another rig. How long will they last? I don't know, no problems from mine so far.

Well it's these: http://www.aquatuning.fr/product_info.php/info/p9067_Yate-Loon-D14SM-12-avec-Connecteur--1400rpm---140x140x25mm-.html
I don't know, I mean why'd he be mentioning sleeve bearing fans and how they can't be mounted horizontally ? I don't understand German and aquatuning cba to translate the descriptions although they've got store in almost every country (well the wealthy ones) so I have no idea whether those are sleeve bearing or ball bearing fans. Yate Loon being asian I can't find anything on their website and the international one is crap.
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Well TBH all my YL fans are 120mm, so I have no direct experience with the 140mm. But some people have reported that some sleeve bearing fans are noisy when used in a horizontal position. All I can say is that is not my experience with the YL 120mm versions. I'm using both the 120mm UV blue and the plain 120mm high speeds and haven't heard any unusual noises from them.
The UV blue I bought from frozencpu and the plain high speed ones from Sidewinders here in the US.
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