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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
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Nice build, and nice jurassic Corsair Power Supply (I'm sure it still is a great quiet power supply even nowadays!).



Some doubts:



Which to choose (aiming quietness)?



Aqua Computer D5 pump motor with PWM input and speed signal or Watercool WCP D5-PWM (I really wish PWM)?



Bitspower Dual D5 MOD TOP EXTREME (Acrylic Version) or EKWB EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 Serial?



If I choose the Bitspower's, what fitting shall I use since its threads are G3/8 instead the standard G1/4 (for hose)?


That Aqua Computer D5 is PWM, 2nd Gen....it’s same as EK D5 G2.

The Bitspower unit would probably use their own G3/8 barb fittings. Not sure any one makes compression G3/8 fittings...or use G3/8 to G1/4 fittings.


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Nice build, and nice jurassic Corsair Power Supply (I'm sure it still is a great quiet power supply even nowadays!).

Corsair outside, full Seasonic inside
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That Aqua Computer D5 is PWM, 2nd Gen....it’s same as EK D5 G2.

The Bitspower unit would probably use their own G3/8 barb fittings. Not sure any one makes compression G3/8 fittings...or use G3/8 to G1/4 fittings.


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From Watercool pump pages:

"The conventional shaft, shaft bearings, and shaft seals have been eliminated. The occurrence of bearing clearance – and the associated increase of noise – is not possible due to the principle involved. Consequently, the pump continues to work quietly throughout its entire service life."

Does this indicate that this motor is not original?

If so, could it mean that even though it sounds bad, the pump is quieter than the original one (or does it have noisy noise problems like EK, XSPC etc)?

Quote: Originally Posted by Mordorr View Post
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This. Corsair chose seasonic as an OEM because it was one of the first brands to focus on noise, if I'm not mistaken.

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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
From Watercool pump pages:

"The conventional shaft, shaft bearings, and shaft seals have been eliminated. The occurrence of bearing clearance – and the associated increase of noise – is not possible due to the principle involved. Consequently, the pump continues to work quietly throughout its entire service life."

Does this indicate that this motor is not original?

If so, could it mean that even though it sounds bad, the pump is quieter than the original one (or does it have noisy noise problems like EK, XSPC etc)?
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They are just describing what makes the d5 fancy not what they've altered.

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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
From Watercool pump pages:



"The conventional shaft, shaft bearings, and shaft seals have been eliminated. The occurrence of bearing clearance – and the associated increase of noise – is not possible due to the principle involved. Consequently, the pump continues to work quietly throughout its entire service life."



Does this indicate that this motor is not original?


Is say right on the description it’s a D5 pump...




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This. Corsair chose seasonic as an OEM because it was one of the first brands to focus on noise, if I'm not mistaken.
Or they chose that Seasonic platform because it was, at it's time, one of the best performing and most durable platforms available for OEM at a reasonable cost. The fan and associated noise were chosen by Corsair in the OEM spec. The Seasonic end of it is silent (excepting possible coil whine) as it has no moving parts.

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Seasonic IS the best powersuply we can buy.....


ONTOPIC:

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he WCP D5 is a DC pump using the spherical motor design as developed by Laing. The only moving part in a spherical motor pump is a spherically shaped rotor/impeller unit, which is seated on an ultra-hard, wear-resistant ceramic ball. The conventional shaft, shaft bearings, and shaft seals have been eliminated. The occurrence of bearing clearance – and the associated increase of noise – is not possible due to the principle involved. Consequently, the pump continues to work quietly throughout its entire service life.
The bearing is self-adjusting. It is lubricated directly by the medium being pumped (wet rotor design). Separate maintenance is not required. All parts in contact with the medium are corrosion resistant.
Under normal conditions, it is impossible for the rotor to become locked due to the spherical motor design. Reliable starting is also ensured even after long periods of shutdown. The permanent magnetic mechanism allows high efficiency output.

Im confuse.....did thy mod my D5 until a point its worse than a original D5 pump??
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Im confuse.....did thy mod my D5 until a point its worse than a original D5 pump??
No, the snippet that is confusing you is actually simply a note of a D5 feature. Nothing in that quote is a change from a standard D5. The D5 Next is a standard D5 with a PWM controller display attached to it. The display does not change the pump in any way.

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No, the snippet that is confusing you is actually simply a note of a D5 feature. Nothing in that quote is a change from a standard D5. The D5 Next is a standard D5 with a PWM controller display attached to it. The display does not change the pump in any way.
So is what @ezveedub said wrong?

After all, is Aqua Computer D5 pump motor with PWM input and speed signal so bad as EK D5 G2 in terms of noise/vibrations/whine?

Between that (AC) and this (WC), which is quieter/more sound pleasant? Watercool WCP D5-PWM

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So is what @ezveedub said wrong?

After all, is Aqua Computer D5 pump motor with PWM input and speed signal so bad as EK D5 G2 in terms of noise/vibrations/whine?

Between that (AC) and this (WC), which is quieter/more sound pleasant? Watercool WCP D5-PWM
What he said @ezveedub said is entirely correct.

And, sorry, I'm not going down the "which is more silent" rabbit hole.

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