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Originally Posted by liquoredonlife;12376238 
Can you use a fan controller with the pump? What's the stall voltage, and what's the absolute minimum you should run it? Locating a 4pin molex fan can controller at the moment. Something like these-

Is there a reason why? They pump is virtually silent anyways. Not to mention, you will probably degrade the life of the pump by undervolting it.
post #4042 of 13773
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12376349 
Is there a reason why? They pump is virtually silent anyways. Not to mention, you will probably degrade the life of the pump by undervolting it.

I've seen a handful of videos where it seemed loud, at least early on. I understand that it gets quieter as bubbles leave or whatnot, but I did see a fair amount of mention that bringing the voltage down to around 7V made the pump virtually silent (sound perception is really a personal thing).

I can solder a variable resistor myself to some molex connectors, just need to know what ohm range I'm looking for.

Sweet, stumbled upon this.

The pump runs at 10W on 12V if I'm not mistaken, putting it at .83A.

According to this review-
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The X2O 750 pump has no problems operating from 5V up to 15V. Unfortunately, 15V is the maximum voltage for the Meanwell unit; this is where the test was stopped. Unfortunately the flow or performance increases aren't enough to justify the heat dump and noise from the pump at high voltage.

Yeah, so I pretty much just answered my own question.
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Originally Posted by liquoredonlife;12376478 
I've seen a handful of videos where it seemed loud, at least early on. I understand that it gets quieter as bubbles leave or whatnot, but I did see a fair amount of mention that bringing the voltage down to around 7V made the pump virtually silent (sound perception is really a personal thing).

Interesting. Well, one of those will do. To be honest. My pump isn't loud at all. I can barely hear it until I put my ear up to it. Some people have been getting bad batches, and that's understandable.
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well i end up pulling the trigger on this kit today. I end up geting the XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 Kit. with the kill coil and http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8277/ex-tub-434/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_PRO_LRT_Tubing_716ID_58_OD_with_332_Wall_-_UV_Green.html?tl=g30c99s809
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Interesting. Well, one of those will do. To be honest. My pump isn't loud at all. I can barely hear it until I put my ear up to it. Some people have been getting bad batches, and that's understandable.

Is there a part number on the pump? Or some kinda batch number?
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Is there a part number on the pump? Or some kinda batch number?

These are the only #'s on my old pump
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post #4047 of 13773
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These are the only #'s on my old pump

Interesting. I don't think mine had a sticker on it.
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i dont have mine all the way filled. anyone know a good case a 240 will fit in?
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post #4049 of 13773
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i dont have mine all the way filled. anyone know a good case a 240 will fit in?

HAF cases.
post #4050 of 13773
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Originally Posted by AMOCO;12375832 
Here is my pump/res. noise:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH8r1xZ26F8


Does it sound as loud once you close the case up? What distance did you make the video at?
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