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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 02-12-2019, 06:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Which one has the quietest pump?

CORSAIR H150i PRO or EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM?

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I'd say EK, but I don't know for certain. From my experience, these AIO's seem to give off high pitch frequencies whereas the larger pumps are more of a gentle hum as long as it isn't vibrating on something. Even so, my D5 pump is set to speed 3 and there's no noise at all, that's with my system which runs fanless on idle.

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I'd say EK, but I don't know for certain. From my experience, these AIO's seem to give off high pitch frequencies whereas the larger pumps are more of a gentle hum as long as it isn't vibrating on something. Even so, my D5 pump is set to speed 3 and there's no noise at all, that's with my system which runs fanless on idle.
I was planning to buy EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 PWM Serial and decoupling it from the reservoir, and from the chassis using an Aqua Computer Shoggy Sandwich black edition, but that has been a pain the ass. The case would be Lian Li PC-V3000 (because its size that can acomodate that pump with two shoggies), but it seems to be in end of life, few stores shiping to Brazil etc. So I am toward to build something easy of use and much less expensive.

The EK pump I have linked in the first post is supposed to be vibration free because of is rubber damper inner the holder. So may I drop the shoggy from the list in your opinion? What is the quietest pump + top on the market?

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I was planning to buy EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 PWM Serial and decoupling it from the reservoir, and from the chassis using an Aqua Computer Shoggy Sandwich black edition, but that has been a pain the ass. The case would be Lian Li PC-V3000 (because its size that can acomodate that pump with two shoggies), but it seems to be in end of life, few stores shiping to Brazil etc. So I am toward to build something easy of use and much less expensive.

The EK pump I have linked in the first post is supposed to be vibration free because of is rubber damper inner the holder. So may I drop the shoggy from the list in your opinion? What is the quietest pump + top on the market?
No need for the Shoggy sandwhich in a res/pump combo. Personally I'm more a fan of the heatkiller res/pump combo than EK combo. I have both and the heatkiller is more silent and nicer build.

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No need for the Shoggy sandwhich in a res/pump combo. Personally I'm more a fan of the heatkiller res/pump combo than EK combo. I have both and the heatkiller is more silent and nicer build.
Agreed. The EK is lower build quality and more prone to vibration.

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Hi,
Only thing ek does pretty good is pwm d5 pumps
That dual d5 is pretty cool wish I would of had room for it I would of gotten one

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I really don't see any connection between the two products in the op
A Corsair AIO against a D5

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P.S.
I really don't see any connection between the two products in the op
A Corsair AIO against a D5
Yeah.....I wasn't going to bring that up, but.....it gets a big "wait, what?".

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Only thing ek does pretty good is pwm d5 pumps
That dual d5 is pretty cool wish I would of had room for it I would of gotten one [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

P.S.
I really don't see any connection between the two products in the op
A Corsair AIO against a D5 [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/confused.gif[/IMG]
Lol.

I just wanted the quietest one. That even includes air cooling. If there was an air cooler able to keep an i9-9900K without throttling at 25°C ambient temperature, I'd go for it.

Due the failure of the other thread, I decided go with something even so quieter and cheaper.

Do you believe a D5 can be quiter and more sound pleasant ish than an H150i PRO keeping that CPU with no throttle with reasonable OC?

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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
Even so D5 is quieter plus sound pleasant, is it right?

Noboby answares in my other thread anymore, sadly. So I'll post right here.

Due the problems I told above I changed my list dramatically. Rate it please (and comment).

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1X Fractal Design Meshify S2 Black – Dark TG
1X CORSAIR RM850x (2018)
1X Watercool HEATKILLER IV PRO (INTEL processor) COPPER NI
1X EKWB EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM
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I am sorry. I was thinking I was posting in ther thread whose I started. OP, excuse me.
Looks good, but I don't think the SR2 will fit in the case together with the pump/res combo. At least it does not in my Define R6.
I choose 2x GTS360's for my build.
Please comment here, @broodro0ster .


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Hi,
I did leave one thing out
Comparing a DUAL D5 pwm pump to a Corsair AIO well my friend is

But comparing even a single D5 pwm pump would also be fairly crazy comparison I won't even say a brand because any would be the same crazy comparison to an AIO

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