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Pureoverclock is one of the worst testing websites of all time, there test results usually differ highly from more reputable testers such as Vapor, Skinnee or Martin.

I wouldn't trust that review for anything.
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well im sorry skineelabs didnt have one and its all i could fine. sorry for trying to help charlie QQ
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Sorry, I didn't mean it in that way.

Although I do agree that the XSPC Pump is almost has powerful as the 655 anyways.
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Sorry, I didn't mean it in that way.

Although I do agree that the XSPC Pump is almost has powerful as the 655 anyways.
haha all good, was just being silly xD.
yes i heard it has around the same powerful as a ek 4.0 or the danger den equiv. which will handle alot
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I have complied a list of all pump power:

Maximum Head Pressure at 1.0 GPM of Flow:

MCP355 + XSPC Top: 6.14 PSI
MCP35X Stock: 6.13 PSI
MCP655 + EK Top: 4.95 PSI
MCP655 Stock: 4.72 PSI
MCP355 Stock: 4.63 PSI
MCP350 + Top: 4.48 PSI
DCP 4.0 Stock: 3.83 PSI
XSPC 750: 3.59 PSI
655-B + EK Top: 3.38 PSI
MCP350: 3.25 PSI
655-B Stock: 3.23 PSI
DCP 2.6: 2.55 PSI
DCP 2.2: 2.08 PSI
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Has nothing to do with no agreeing with you, it has to do with how off topic you get, not just in this thread either.

I asked to get back on subject and you would shut up bout the stupid blocks, I got the blocks cheap and I am very happy with them, /end

And you just are always so freakin negative, facts are facts, and it is a fact you are now a pony not a horse
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Has nothing to do with no agreeing with you, it has to do with how off topic you get, not just in this thread either.

I asked to get back on subject and you would shut up bout the stupid blocks, I got the blocks cheap and I am very happy with them, /end

And you just are always so freakin negative, facts are facts, and it is a fact you are now a pony not a horse
Why are you trashing on Charlie? I would say Charlie probably knows more than most people on these forums...and he's actually willing to help.

Maybe he can get off topic but at least he pulls it back together and gets back ON topic and tries to help.

Don't know why you would bash him for that!
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Why are you trashing on Charlie? I would say Charlie probably knows more than most people on these forums...and he's actually willing to help.

Maybe he can get off topic but at least he pulls it back together and gets back ON topic and tries to help.

Don't know why you would bash him for that!
chill out kid... not bashing anyone... just asking to give a little more fact and little less opinion.
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I'm not a kid ^_^
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I'm not a kid ^_^
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