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post #109481 of 109656 (permalink) Old 04-23-2019, 08:10 AM
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For those who have multiple d5 pumps in series- did you add the extra ones because of flow restriction, or for redundancy? I thought I would get a much larger pressure drop with my loop but I didn’t and I already got a dual d5 top...

Is it possible to run both on low, and simulate the effect of one pump on medium or high?


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dual pumps is 50% redundancy 50% being able to run them at lower speeds for = to performance.


As long as you're north of like 120lph, you're golden.

I'm looking forward to splitting my loop & adding a second one. cpu & memory in one loop, gpus & board in the other. perfecto!

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Just noticed the void if removed warranty stickers on my Mcp35x2 has fallen off on its own and the second one is coming loose as well. Seems to be poor job sticking.
Seems my warranty is void on this pair, good thing these things tend to last for years.



The new one looks to be a better job.
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yep, the heat makes them turn to dust.

My one unit is at 6+ years 24/7 up time.

I removed mine after a year though, to upgrade to metal cans.

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Just noticed the void if removed warranty stickers on my Mcp35x2 has fallen off on its own and the second one is coming loose as well. Seems to be poor job sticking.
Seems my warranty is void on this pair, good thing these things tend to last for years.



The new one looks to be a better job.
Will be keeping an eye on this


I ended up buying this: uniquegoods 6V 12V 24V 28V 3A 80W DC Motor Speed Controller (PWM) Speed Adjustable Reversible Switch 1203BB dc motor driver reversing https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RYRXFW2..._P2ZVCbA0MBCC1


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I’m not to worried these things last years plus it’ll be at the slowest speeds so should be fine.

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I’m not to worried these things last years plus it’ll be at the slowest speeds so should be fine.


this - I'd also stick to using software control for PWM.

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dual pumps is 50% redundancy 50% being able to run them at lower speeds for = to performance.

I'm looking forward to splitting my loop & adding a second one. cpu & memory in one loop, gpus & board in the other. perfecto!
I'd like to go the dual loop route someday, but that'd require getting a bigger case. And if I got a bigger case, I'd want to get a truly endgame case, but there aren't many candidates out there since CaseLabs went to the great casemaker in the sky.

Plus they didn't quite have the layout I'd want ideally, either.

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i paid 50% of original cost for my CL, used, while in production years and years ago.

Now, post CL - cases are going for around 50%-75%...

I still plan to use them for my SFF build. A few models (just like before going out of business) cost more than others, but the non-uniques I want all run around 50% on ebay at the moment. It's the little in-model variations that're going for a pretty penny, n those cases have always resold @ premium.

Better off buying one now, then 5-10 years from now, when they're ACTUALLY fetching a discontinued relic item premium of above retail.

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I got a second Mcp35x2 just to run them both at 30% and dead silent. Run them as slow as you need and maintain 1GPM


I second this. great way to go. I am, however, considering picking up an Alphacool solid brass dual ddc top to further dampen vibrations.

https://www.alphacool.com/shop/pumps...-black?c=20557

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