bmaverick's DDC-1T bro. You should get. Two pumps, no clicking and both of them operate flawlessly. The only time I can hear them is when I power up the 2nd one to make sure that it's still functional. Then I powerr it down, happily knowing my bro will be able to dial it up should it need to be relied upon in my absence.
If you have a DDC this is the way to go. 2 pumps for the same price as one and b will take care of you w/o question should the pump fail.
Ah yeh but you should sell it an get bmav pumps and put a better Res in. Nothing wrong with it I guess but you could do better.
Well got my new RAM installed but the only way for my system to POST at stock speed was to go into BIOS an change from Auto to D.O.C.P. an since I was in there fiddling around I enabled the step feature and bumped the CPU in the tuchus up to 3.84Ghz. Not much I know but it's all I can do for the moment until the system has had time to adjust and become comfotable with the new RAM.
I have to say that if you don't make sure that your fans and pump(s) are going at 100% things heat up rather quickly. My BIOS temp reported 78c within 3 minutes of use. Promptly reached over and gave everything the Gas. I was like OMurGAWD!!! But it didn't take very long to respond to my kindness. If my TIM wasn't burned in yet it sure as hell is now. lol
System temps at this clock are ~41c at 21c ambient Indoor temp Outdoor of 9c with no heat on in the whole house, 3/4 voltage to the pump 3/4 voltage to the fans while Folding. Can't wait to see what Clock I can get from this CPU and what kind of temps I get from that on a Manual Clock.