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post #41 of 43 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 02:31 PM
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I dont care, peanuts, if it is more silent or not, or discuss the sex of silence, here...

Thank you for clarify i made a buy of a standard normal D5. Period.
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post #42 of 43 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 05:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Normal D5 Pump is silent up to 70%. Than some noise is normal.
There is a good chance that D5 with Speed Control without new changes etc could work on speed 4 in closed case without noise.

Even if you hear some nice many times D5 after 24-48h use on same speed is less noisy then when you start first time.

This is pump you should looking for. If you find someone reliable worth paying similar price as brand new EK or XSPC, etc..
Only little less because you will not get warranty 1 year. But they are reliable.





Even if they are not maybe from original factory they don't have changes latter applies with manufacturers who bought them to sell to computer enthusiasts.

These are numbers of Laing D5.

https://www.pumpvendor.com/media/lai..._D5_Series.pdf

You need D5-38/810N that's not strong version.
As you see on picture Part No is 71629
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Don't mean to jump into an old thread, but the EKWB D5 PWM pump I have been using works great. It is virtually silent at 100% (I have to take the tempered glass off to hear it).
It works so good I just bought a used pump and res combo off of ebay to use on another side project.

One of the other poster's stated correctly that you need to properly isolate the pump with vibration dampeners (like foam pads).

My pump is isolated from the case with rubber pads on the Pump Phanteks Bracket. Then the pump itself is mounted in a anti-vibration rubber ring on the EKWB pump bracket (which is mounted to the Phanteks Pump bracket).

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