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Old 11-10-18, 12:57 PM
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Aqua Computer reveals their D5 NEXT water cooling pump

Water cooling with smart features, and RGB.



Read more about Aqua Computer's D5 NEXT smart pump.

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Old 11-10-18, 01:04 PM
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Impressive... Video should be run at 50% it is too fast. My brain got scrambled.
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Old 11-10-18, 01:13 PM
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That's clean AF. Good thing I already have a pump or I would be taking out a loan
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€119 is pretty good.

Buying the pump alone without housing will cost around €80-90 for the PWM.
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PWM pumps are pointless IMO. You never need to have your flow change with the temps. But reading that article, it sounds like there's a PWM fan controller built into the pump, which is pretty cool if it's implemented nicely (can't watch the video since I'm at work). I like the idea of integrating temp and flow sensors, even if it's just blockage detection. Ideally, I'd rather have a flow meter with a display, but this is still nice.
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Yeah I run my pumps 3 pin, 7v. Same as all of the fans. 7v, absolutely ideal tbh.

I need to make a connector for my pump as it goes. It is 12v Molex and signal 3 pin. I need to put the two wires into the 3 pin (pos and neg). Oh and braid it obs.
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Old 11-10-18, 02:41 PM
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That's a really neat unit
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Old 11-10-18, 05:55 PM
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Have one on order, without the new top though. Direct replacement for my current AC D5, I'm interested in the temp and flow monitoring. It is SATA powered which is a nice step.
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PWM pumps are pointless IMO. You never need to have your flow change with the temps. But reading that article, it sounds like there's a PWM fan controller built into the pump, which is pretty cool if it's implemented nicely (can't watch the video since I'm at work). I like the idea of integrating temp and flow sensors, even if it's just blockage detection. Ideally, I'd rather have a flow meter with a display, but this is still nice.
It is definitely on my "to get" list. I bought the Aquaero 6 XT back in June to solve a fan control issue (4x Enermax D.F. Storm fans), as well as have something nice that is expandable for future plans, and have been wondering when they would update their Aquabus stuff.

Cable management looks like it would be interesting to say the least
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Impressive... Video should be run at 50% it is too fast. My brain got scrambled.
I ran it at 0.25 and that seemed a bit slow, but definitely run at least at 50%. Too much information way too fast at 100%.

As good as their stuff is, I invested in the Aquaero 6 XT back in June, they have very little focus on the English language on their website, and this video packs a lot of info in.
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