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post #35121 of 106429
This may sound like a daft question and has probably been asked before, but I have just got a Phobya DC12-220 pump which only has a 3 pin fan header and the cable is nowhere near long enough to reach the CPU header on my mobo. Would I be ok to connect it to my Lamptron fan controller instead or should I buy an extension cable? I've tried Googling this but but the info for watercooling is totally fragmented and mostly just applies to Corsair coolers.The pump comes with no instructions at all.
post #35122 of 106429
Fan controller will be fine assuming it's powerful enough (probably is). Don't run a pump off the mobo header it can burn it out. Make sure you run enough voltage for the pump to start though
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Fan controller will be fine assuming it's powerful enough (probably is). Don't run a pump off the mobo header it can burn it out. Make sure you run enough voltage for the pump to start though
Thanks for your reply - especially the bit about burning the CPU header out- the Lamptron provides 0-12 volts and up to 30 watts on each channel and the pump is 12 volts 6.5 watts so I should be OK. Glad I asked.
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Yeah thats more than enough, not sure on that pump but most require around 8-9 for startup.
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post #35126 of 106429
Linus just did a vid on the 900D at CES. It looks awesome!
Only problem is, it's not for sale yet, and personal problem is, i just bought a Switch 810.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0Q7xF07_eg
post #35127 of 106429
I found a review on xtremehardware which is translated from Italian but still legible and they compared the three Phobya pumps - 220, 260 and 400 - in great detail and from memory I think they said the 220 only required 3-4 volts to start up.They reckon the 220 has relatively poor performance and the 260 suffers from not being able to be dismantled, but I have the 220 so its too late.

http://www.xtremehardware.com/eng-reviews/comparative-test-of-phobya-dc12-220-dc12-260-and-dc12-400-pumps-201107105434/
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Any price yet?

I think it's a tad big tbh.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
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post #35130 of 106429
He didn't show the side panel - does it have a fan directing air at the GPU's? I suspect it doesn't.
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