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    Arrow Re: Need ideas to keep my QX6850 from melting

    Quote Originally Posted by phill9800 View Post
    Dio you have a link for the Enermax Marathon??
    Where to buy one or from the manufacturer?


    btw - recently acquired a Swiftech MCP655 & Swiftech MicroRes Rev2 and I'm wondering what people use to change from the pump's 1/2" to 3/8" ID tubing...

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    Default Re: Need ideas to keep my QX6850 from melting

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy View Post
    Where to buy one or from the manufacturer?


    btw - recently acquired a Swiftech MCP655 & Swiftech MicroRes Rev2 and I'm wondering what people use to change from the pump's 1/2" to 3/8" ID tubing...
    Why not just use 1/2" tubing then? If you really must use 3/8", soak it in boiling water and you may be able to stretch it over the 1/2" barbs on the pump. Otherwise you'll need to buy a rather expensive pump top.
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    Default Re: Need ideas to keep my QX6850 from melting

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy View Post
    Where to buy one or from the manufacturer?


    btw - recently acquired a Swiftech MCP655 & Swiftech MicroRes Rev2 and I'm wondering what people use to change from the pump's 1/2" to 3/8" ID tubing...
    Sorry chap I must have mis understood cos I thought you said those fans where fast!! :lol: 44CFM wouldnt cool my water!! :lol:
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    Default Re: Need ideas to keep my QX6850 from melting

    Quote Originally Posted by phill9800 View Post
    Sorry chap I must have mis understood cos I thought you said those fans where fast!! :lol: 44CFM wouldnt cool my water!! :lol:
    Digging up ancient history here, I know.... oh well

    Nope, I said they were low speed -
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzious View Post
    quieter at idle is my Enermax Marathon - and that's a low-rpm fan with a mag-lev beaing
    What'd you end up getting for a fan, Phil?
    Yep

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