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Old 10-17-2007, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, when I buy my new rig, I'm looking at putting a watercooling system onto it. Now I've got most things laid out, the reservoir and whatnot, but I'm wondering if this pump would do the trick? It's not an $80 high-end one, but it has some good reviews...

NCIX.com - Buy Pts Petra DDCT-01S Custom Delrin DDC Pump Top with 1/2IN D-TEK Barbs Compatible with DDC or DDC-2 - DDCT-01s In Canada.

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Erm...that's not a pump...that's just an aftermarket top for DDC pumps.

So you'll need to spend 75+ dollars on a DDC pump as well!
The cheaper pumps are things like these:
NCIX.com - Buy Danger Den DD-CPX1 12V Water Cooling Pump with Mounting Hardware 1/2IN Chrome Barb Fittings - DD_CPX1 In Canada.

Should be sufficient for a smaller loop (cpu only)
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Ah, thank you muchly. That pump should do the job.
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Erm...that's not a pump...that's just an aftermarket top for DDC pumps.

So you'll need to spend 75+ dollars on a DDC pump as well!
The cheaper pumps are things like these:
NCIX.com - Buy Danger Den DD-CPX1 12V Water Cooling Pump with Mounting Hardware 1/2IN Chrome Barb Fittings - DD_CPX1 In Canada.

Should be sufficient for a smaller loop (cpu only)
agreed.. Dangerden is one of the big brands in Water Cooling Market..
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