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    cpu cooler

    I am trying to make a water cooler for my computer. I got the heat sink and the water routed through. I just need to find a pump to pump the water anybody know of any companies that could sell small water pumps?

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    Take a look around procooling.com, overclockers.com and wc101.com(my personal favorite) and the forums of all them.

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    Some Aquarium Supply Stores should have some for Fish tanks.
    They are build for continous operation.

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    I would suggest a pump that is made for pc cooling or one of those newer 12vdc pumps over a 120vdc pump. I personally have a cps-750 I think it is, c-systems/d-tek little 2x2x2 pump but I am now hearing things about it dieing prematurely, but mine has run for about 6months so far.

    Most quality pumps that you will find at an aquarium store are gonna be more expencive than these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFettig
    I would suggest a pump that is made for pc cooling or one of those newer 12vdc pumps over a 120vdc pump. I personally have a cps-750 I think it is, c-systems/d-tek little 2x2x2 pump but I am now hearing things about it dieing prematurely, but mine has run for about 6months so far.

    Most quality pumps that you will find at an aquarium store are gonna be more expencive than these.

    Jon
    do you have any links or anything?

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    Visit dtek.com or maybe its d-tek.com, dangerden.com, swiftech.com etc. search around, youll find plenty

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    look for any eheim pump, hydor pump. look for about 750/1000 liters-hour. Sorry I dunno in gallons.

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    Visit dangerden.com, polarflo.com and lainginc.com (DC pumps).

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    what ones nervis? I have the c-systems pump but I have been hearing bad things lately, swiftechs new pump is supose to be really good, long life, high pressure and very small.

    Jon

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    Did you click on that link...there are three there, if you goggle aquaextreme review you will get some links to reviews, and opinions. I also have a http://www.dangerdenstore.com/home.php?cat=4 danger den pump that works as advertised.

    After a couple weeks of playing around I finally just got the Koolance exos, it's one of those "everything in one box kits" that sits on your case. Works fine for overclocking and keeps things looking neat. Price is not bad either considering what you get.

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