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actually my motherboard has 2 4pin connectors
one near the cpu, and another one will be close to were the koolance rp402 will be
when i started i was thinking no more than 400 bucks.
after it was hitting double lol.
than i started thinking, i aint rich but i do work 60hours a week so sometimes i can spend on a hobby.
since i have a girl more steady now, i save from going on the prowl all the times
also if a stop smooking than ill pay for it self.
so from 400 my new budget is 1000.
going on vacation next year not this, was already planed so.
I mean what the hell, i work hardish i deserve a treat
off topic vacation : paris, holand, belgium, spain and to the motherlabd portugal
Gt15 look good and silent, kinda like the look of the noisebrackers speeks seem good.
yate looms.
i woonder wich of the 3 have better "stattic" pressure.
Edited by redhell - 4/1/11 at 1:03pm
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hijacking thread! What happens if you connect the pump outlet to res outlet? :O
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I never said anything about using 2 MCP35X pumps, I said it's cheaper to buy one of those than to use a dual top and two MCP655 pumps. Then you said it wouldn't be possible to control two pumps using one fan header and I showed you how it works.

And P6X58D Premium has two PWM headers, no problem using PWM control for both pump and fans.
You don't seem to understand, OP might want to add a second down the road. You suggested getting a PWM splitter to connect up to 3 pumps.

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Ok then. By the way, PWM headers are no problem, use something like this and you control three pumps from one MB header : http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10..._AK-CB002.html

2 MCP35X + PWM Splitter cost more than 2 MCP655 and would perform just as good while being cheaper. I never said you couldn't control 2 pumps on 1 header, but i know for a fact you can't connect 2 pumps and fans to the same header. There is a Quote feature for a reason, use it and show me what I said. Personally i think you're confused and should just stop.


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actually my motherboard has 2 4pin connectors
one near the cpu, and another one will be close to were the koolance rp402 will be
when i started i was thinking no more than 400 bucks.
after it was hitting double lol.
than i started thinking, i aint rich but i do work 60hours a week so sometimes i can spend on a hobby.
since i have a girl more steady now, i save from going on the prowl all the times
also if a stop smooking than ill pay for it self.
so from 400 my new budget is 1000.
going on vacation next year not this, was already planed so.
I mean what the hell, i work hardish i deserve a treat
off topic vacation : paris, holand, belgium, spain and to the motherlabd portugal
Gt15 look good and silent, kinda like the look of the noisebrackers speeks seem good.
yate looms.
i woonder wich of the 3 have better "stattic" pressure.
Save where you can, then spend the rest on things that make a difference in your pc, video card and/or block, motherboard and/or block. Even some UV lights. The AP-15 are the best fans for a radiator.

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hijacking thread! What happens if you connect the pump outlet to res outlet? :O
Sound of your pump failing?
Edited by huhh - 4/1/11 at 1:17pm
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post #24 of 39
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what about motherboard blocks?
are they really that usefull?
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hehe, why do they have to design all the pumps to have outlet on the top and not vice versa, damnit!
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what about motherboard blocks?
are they really that usefull?
They cool your Mosfets/VRM's , Northbridge and southbridge. If you overclock you're pumping more power to your CPU via Mosfets/VRM's, which allows you to pump even more power to your CPU because it is water cooled. Cooling your NB allows you to pump more voltage and increase it even higher. Overclocking is about Voltages and cooling. The more power you pump to a component the faster you can get it to go, but it gets hotter.

Im excited to get mine in a week, hoping to get to 4.2ghz+ stable.

That's why you don't spend tons of money on something that wont make a difference...you're money though. I wish i had a money tree lol

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hehe, why do they have to design all the pumps to have outlet on the top and not vice versa, damnit!
So you have to buy an aftermarket top...they want all your money. I've seen people saw off their inlet and outlet on the MCP655 and tread it for a G1/4 then use a 90degree fitting. Looks good, but a new top is so much easier lol
Edited by huhh - 4/1/11 at 1:32pm
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post #27 of 39
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if read well i be better off with generic top than a full custom top right because upgrade to sandy and there goes the full/custom to da bin
off topic gotta love them ssd sandforce
Edited by redhell - 4/1/11 at 1:53pm
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post #28 of 39
If you're going to upgrade to SB i would go with a MCP655 Pump, Apogee XT block, MCR320 Radiator. Reservoir doesn't matter though, they all do the same thing. You can carry it all over to your upgrade. Save now and spend it on your SB upgrade.

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post #29 of 39
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Oh look now your TWO MCP35X is more expensive than my TWO MCP655 suggestion. on top if it now you want him to buy a PWM splitter too. Now only did you double your price of your suggestion you added on to it...

What is it you said earlier?
No need to get argumentative here guys...
Also his PWM header is near the CPU,at the top of his case. His pump(s) most likely at the bottom. He now has no more PWM headers for any other fans. Or he could just get a MCP655, add another MCP655 later on and use a little screw driver to change the speed to what he needs. Now how often do you think he'll need to change it? I've got mine at 5 and it's been there since i put it in.
655 on 5 is silent for me, I have 2 that I run that way 24/7.
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actually my motherboard has 2 4pin connectors
one near the cpu, and another one will be close to were the koolance rp402 will be
when i started i was thinking no more than 400 bucks.
after it was hitting double lol.
than i started thinking, i aint rich but i do work 60hours a week so sometimes i can spend on a hobby.
since i have a girl more steady now, i save from going on the prowl all the times
also if a stop smooking than ill pay for it self.
so from 400 my new budget is 1000.
going on vacation next year not this, was already planed so.
I mean what the hell, i work hardish i deserve a treat
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Gt15 look good and silent, kinda like the look of the noisebrackers speeks seem good.
yate looms.
i woonder wich of the 3 have better "static" pressure.
Yates are cheap with good static pressure, GT's are excellent for rads, Noiseblockers are better for open-airflow areas where static pressure isn't required. You can do WC on a budget, but it's best to buy quality parts and only the ones you need rather than alot of cheap parts.
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hijacking thread! What happens if you connect the pump outlet to res outlet? :O
For what res/pump...?
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hehe, why do they have to design all the pumps to have outlet on the top and not vice versa, damnit!
Not sure if you're aware of how the pump works, it's much more efficient and much easier to machine with the inlet in the center of the pump and outlet on the side.

Motherboard blocks aren't too necessary, and I'd avoid it if you know you're going to upgrade soon. I have my mosfets and nb/sb cooled by blocks, but I have a hot board and I push alot of voltage. Plus I'm happy with it for the foreseeable future and got the blocks cheap.
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i agreee, rather spend little more on less.
thats what i did when i build my pc and it works great
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