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I'm using 2 rads.BUT,The other one is a 120mm rad. and a motherboard water block.
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Originally Posted by Captain Skyhawk View Post
Wow, installed my replacement pump today and the difference is phenomenal. It's completely silent, all I hear are the fans. I wasn't even sure it was pumping at first but I can see water moving if I look close.

Although it took a bit of nagging on my part to get XSPC to send me a replacement, they came through and the outcome is great. Very pleased.

It's also inspired to try and go even quieter. Any tips?
New fans, AP-14's or go for the 15's if you need the extra CFM's.

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Originally Posted by AMDMAXX View Post
So you guys would say that the 750 pump wouldn't handle 2 rads? Just curious because thats what I plan on doing here soon... by soon I mean summer... I guess I could use this pump/res for my bulldozer build if thats true...

Thanks in adv as always.
The pump can handle 2 rads easy, its the block you need to worry about. I wouldn't push more than 3 blocks and 2 rads.
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New fans, AP-14's or go for the 15's if you need the extra CFM's.
The AP-15's are near impossible to get right now. AP-14's are available aaaaand... I have noticed that many stores have them now in the $12-13 range as well. Maybe some sort of "new" replacement is on the way or something or just heavy market demand?

Also... are the AP-14/15's a good choice as case fans? I know static pressure is not as big a deal for case fans unless you use filters (which I don't). I am thinking more along the lines of going all out Yate Loons (25 and/or 38 mm's) as case fans, high speed, with fan controller.
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The AP-15's are near impossible to get right now. AP-14's are available aaaaand... I have noticed that many stores have them now in the $12-13 range as well. Maybe some sort of "new" replacement is on the way or something or just heavy market demand?

Also... are the AP-14/15's a good choice as case fans? I know static pressure is not as big a deal for case fans unless you use filters (which I don't). I am thinking more along the lines of going all out Yate Loons (25 and/or 38 mm's) as case fans, high speed, with fan controller.
Well they still move at ton of air and are very quite so yes the make great case fans too. AP-14's are near silent fans at full speed, AP-15's you can here at full speed but are still very quite for the amount of air they move.

AP-15's

http://www.atacom.com/program/print_...90_124_162_253

http://www.comeuro.net/webshop/produ...oductid=133287
Edited by GoodInk - 3/4/11 at 6:49am
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Well they still move at ton of air and are very quite so yes the make great case fans too. AP-14's are near silent fans at full speed, AP-15's you can here at full speed but are still very quite for the amount of air they move.

AP-15's

http://www.atacom.com/program/print_...90_124_162_253

http://www.comeuro.net/webshop/produ...oductid=133287

Ahhhh maaaannnn! Thank you! The AP-14's, 85 CFM and then DEAD SILENT? I may be picking up between 9-12 of them! Let's see what the shipping is though. I was looking at a case reseller. They would send me the case, to Puerto Rico, $115 shipping - by UPS GROUND SERVICE!!!! I called the reseller up and asked them how the heck UPS was gonna achieve that feat! Told them it would be worth every penny to see them try! Standard Air by UPS was like $180...
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Well they still move at ton of air and are very quite so yes the make great case fans too. AP-14's are near silent fans at full speed, AP-15's you can here at full speed but are still very quite for the amount of air they move.

AP-15's

http://www.atacom.com/program/print_...90_124_162_253

http://www.comeuro.net/webshop/produ...oductid=133287
I am running 4 of these -
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060

Mostly because of price and I bought controllers to regulate them... They push lots of air... I'm still pushing around 90-100 CFM and don't hear them over the fish tank behind me so... it was worth it in my opinion... that extra 10-20 CFM though it gets loud... another 300 rpm...
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I am running 4 of these -
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060

Mostly because of price and I bought controllers to regulate them... They push lots of air... I'm still pushing around 90-100 CFM and don't hear them over the fish tank behind me so... it was worth it in my opinion... that extra 10-20 CFM though it gets loud... another 300 rpm...
Case-wise they are a good choice IMO. I am also looking at exchanging my rad fans as well. They wouldn't be a good choice in that case, right? (looked for static pressure info but didn't find any readily available)
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Case-wise they are a good choice IMO. I am also looking at exchanging my rad fans as well. They wouldn't be a good choice in that case, right? (looked for static pressure info but didn't find any readily available)
Check out this thread, Martinm210 put in a ton of time and work testing all of these fans. Make sure you watch the videos too, as the quality may make or break a fan depending on what your ears like.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ng-thread.html
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Well they still move at ton of air and are very quite so yes the make great case fans too. AP-14's are near silent fans at full speed, AP-15's you can here at full speed but are still very quite for the amount of air they move.

AP-15's

http://www.atacom.com/program/print_...90_124_162_253

http://www.comeuro.net/webshop/produ...oductid=133287
So these would be good to use with an rx360?

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So these would be good to use with an rx360?

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Oh yes. Considered the best option (and quietest also) for the rads.
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