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Dead serious question for you guys.

I just picked up a solid speed Swiftech MCP655-B. It's louder then I expected at full speed. I understand there was a version with a control dial for speed, but I figured, it's a popular pump, it can't be that loud, can it?

It was tongue.gif And it makes horrible sloshing in my bay res. I was wondering if it could be controlled with a controller? I mean, would it be save to undervolt the pump without doing damage, assuming the controller was beefy enough?
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post #26822 of 107747
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Dead serious question for you guys.
I just picked up a solid speed Swiftech MCP655-B. It's louder then I expected at full speed. I understand there was a version with a control dial for speed, but I figured, it's a popular pump, it can't be that loud, can it?
It was tongue.gif And it makes horrible sloshing in my bay res. I was wondering if it could be controlled with a controller? I mean, would it be save to undervolt the pump without doing damage, assuming the controller was beefy enough?

i dont see why not.
anyone can do that with a fan, and they run at the same voltage (unless that pump is modded for 24v)

but yes it would have to be a beefy enough of a controller.
i saw a 50w per channel one on frozencpu the other day, cant remember what company but it looked like something i'd get in the future.
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moar rads? biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



I think this is maybe the third time ever I've seen someone run tubing behind the motherboard tray. Gj.

See Forever Alone in sig for my first attempt. biggrin.gif My second attempt should be much better hopefully.
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If I won't hurt it, I'm thinking of picking up one or two of these 1St PC Corp controllers. 50w/channel should be more then enough.
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post #26825 of 107747
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If I won't hurt it, I'm thinking of picking up one or two of these 1St PC Corp controllers. 50w/channel should be more then enough.

thats the one! looks really good plus i like lamptron so i say go for it.
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If I won't hurt it, I'm thinking of picking up one or two of these 1St PC Corp controllers. 50w/channel should be more then enough.

Is this an actual Lamptron fan controller of one of those cheap copies? I've never heard of 1st PC Corps. dunno.gif
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I think this is maybe the third time ever I've seen someone run tubing behind the motherboard tray. Gj.
See Forever Alone in sig for my first attempt. biggrin.gif My second attempt should be much better hopefully.

I saw every pic of your rig.. i was like drool.gif.. I need to find a coolant something like that for my build! biggrin.gif

is Ice Dragon Nanofluid good for 6 months? Its the only available white coolant here in Ph. No matter how I wanted to get a mayhems white coolant, the shipping cost is a PAIN..mad.gif
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Ice Dragon white looks a lot better in my opinion. Its white is a lot more dense. Less watered down. And yes it will definitely last 6 months. It should last years as long as your tubing doesn't leech plasticizer too badly.
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There are loads mate, knock yourself out biggrin.gif :
http://specialtech.co.uk/
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/
http://www.frozencpu.com/
All of the above ship to South Africa-not that i should be helping you out, you kicked our butts in cricket mad.gif
UPDATE:
Ok, it looks like none of the above stock the DT Sniper, but why dont you just go here :http://www.dtwaterblocks.com/dt-sniper-white/
It's the link to the DT sniper store and their shipping tab says that they ship to virtually anywhere in the world-what better than straight from the makers themselves?

Most manufacturers don't sell to the public from my experience (which may be wrong for you guys on the other side of the pond) ... but I will look at the links and see if they help ... ... Thanks for posting them thumb.gif

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Yeah I think he's looking for something cheaper than the manufacturer kkorky. I went to the Swiftech site the other day to see if I could get a better price on the Graphics Card Heatsink that I need. Not only do they not stock it for resale on their site, the ones they do stock are $10 more than those around the Interwebs and that's before shipping. biggrin.gif
Failed Cricket matches are a good reason to withhold input though. cheers.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Yeah ... cheaper is better in my case ... the more I look at the parts I want to order ... the more I realize I missed something and the price just keeps increasing ... lol ...


As for the cricket ... South Africa barely wins anything ... let us at least be happy about 1 victory every so often ... biggrin.gif
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Dead serious question for you guys.
I just picked up a solid speed Swiftech MCP655-B. It's louder then I expected at full speed. I understand there was a version with a control dial for speed, but I figured, it's a popular pump, it can't be that loud, can it?
It was tongue.gif And it makes horrible sloshing in my bay res. I was wondering if it could be controlled with a controller? I mean, would it be save to undervolt the pump without doing damage, assuming the controller was beefy enough?

Chances are, if it's sloshing, then your loop has not been fully bled yet. I have the same pumps as well, and all I hear is a faint hum; but most of the noise is actually coming from my GT AP-15's.

Personally, it was more of a challenge bleeding the loop when I used a bay res, as opposed to a regular tube res. In both cases, the pump became virtually silent when the bleed was fully completed - it's just one took much longer than the other. tongue.gif
     
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