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post #98901 of 107322
Dunno I like Jay. I haven't seen anything egregious from him and he's put together some really nice systems.

But for like serious in depth system building I've always really enjoyed Singularity's stuff. Really like the Prodigy build he did a year or so back.
    
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post #98902 of 107322
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Howdy Folks,
I got a new neat little toy named "Eisfluegel" . You can watch it allday if u got no fishtank or so biggrin.gif

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9thDj4TeY4

Or just use the little buddy as optical flow indicator smile.gif

thats pretty sweet. I would attach it to a side window myself then attach a tachometer to it running for frontside case view, with a variable speed pump it would be pretty cool to play with.
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post #98903 of 107322
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

iirc, EK used to make D5 mounts that look similar to their L bracket DDC mount. Only with a round opening to fit the D5. thinking.gif

Of course if you could stand the smexiness of the Singularity Aluminum Res mounts you could mount your setup via the Res and decouple the pump with a section of Shoggy Sandwich under the mounts. biggrin.gif

The decoupler screws I was referring to are the black Male/Female standard. This way you can attach them to the pump first and then bracket using the included hex nuts. They sell them at PPCs and you'll know them by their lack of color since they are Black rubber. I had a set that came with my DDC v2 pump block. tongue.gif

Those L bracks would do the job though. Simply mount them to the case with the 90* side up and use the decouplers to mount the Pump to them. Mod a cover for them if your OCD can't handle a couple bracks sticking out like sore thumbs. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

You mean this mount?


I am actually using that one already. Killed one of the black buffers that came with it. But the yellow's should do the job.

I plan te use that mount. it is more that I was thinking of a way to actually mount it vertical smile.gif

Will have to see how things measure out when I finally do receive my Primo. Taking ages tongue.gif

I can live with some L profiles if I have to. Most important is: vibration reduction and being able to reach the little knob on the D5. Boy do I wish I just got the D5 with aquabus.

Best case scenario is: mounting the phanteks pump bracket on the rear bottom (has dampening on both sides)>L profile with a strip of rubber>d5 uni holder>yellow decouplers>d5.
    
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post #98904 of 107322
Is there any difference at all between these two manual speed setting d5s or just the sticker on the back?
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=2750
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-d5-vario-motor-laing-d5-vario-motor
One is a good 15 dollars cheaper than the other from where I'm buying. I'm looking at manual speed setting because I don't care about pwm at all.
post #98905 of 107322
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Is there any difference at all between these two manual speed setting d5s or just the sticker on the back?
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=2750
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-d5-vario-motor-laing-d5-vario-motor
One is a good 15 dollars cheaper than the other from where I'm buying. I'm looking at manual speed setting because I don't care about pwm at all.
They're both standard D5 Varios.

I've been running two of them for around three years now, been very reliable.
I just do a set it and forget it on the speed control, I like to run them full tilt on 5.

I bought mine from Dazmode:
https://www.dazmode.com/store/category/bare_pumps/

But the price has gone up on them quite a bit since then, lol.
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post #98906 of 107322
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They're both standard D5 Varios.

I've been running two of them for around three years now, been very reliable.
I just do a set it and forget it on the speed control, I like to run them full tilt on 5.

I bought mine from Dazmode:
https://www.dazmode.com/store/category/bare_pumps/

But the price has gone up on them quite a bit since then, lol.

Thanks, sounds good. I'm planning to run it around 3 speed. How do you have yours mounted?
Wonder if it will vibrate when mounted against a case wall using a plain steel mount. Do you think I should I put a bit of foam between the steel mount and the case?
post #98907 of 107322
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

They're both standard D5 Varios.

I've been running two of them for around three years now, been very reliable.
I just do a set it and forget it on the speed control, I like to run them full tilt on 5.

I bought mine from Dazmode:
https://www.dazmode.com/store/category/bare_pumps/

But the price has gone up on them quite a bit since then, lol.

Thanks, sounds good. I'm planning to run it around 3 speed. How do you have yours mounted?
Wonder if it will vibrate when mounted against a case wall using a plain steel mount. Do you think I should I put a bit of foam between the steel mount and the case?
Yeah, it's best to use some foam to cushion and dampen the pump.
Here's an older photo of mine:


Ignore the ugly psu cables,lol. I'm currently doing an upgrade with some new cables.

I made a homemade "Shoggy Sandwich" for my D5 mounting plates, using some pump foam kits I bought some time ago.
I also used industrial grade Velcro pads to attach the base, it works well on the case floor, but you may need bolts if you're side-mounting the pump base.

Edit:
Sorry about the previous tiny photo, I re-submitted a larger image.
Not that my crappy photos are worth the trouble, lol.
Edited by DerComissar - 6/24/16 at 6:13am
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How loud are the d5 pumps if isolated from the case properly ? I mean if it`s on speed 2/5 can I hear it at all ?
post #98909 of 107322
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How loud are the d5 pumps if isolated from the case properly ? I mean if it`s on speed 2/5 can I hear it at all ?
Depends how good your hearing is, lol.

So many variables for different setups, but I find mine to be very quiet and no vibration issues, even on full speed.
But my hearing isn't what it used to be, lol.
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Jayztwopence....all the gear,no idea.

How can anyone take him seriously?
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