Water Pump Tags: Heatsinks Windows XP Overclocking Last response: January 20, 2002 7:05 PM in Overclocking Share Anonymous a b K Overclocking January 14, 2002 7:55:50 PM How do I choose the correct flow rate? I would like it to cool and Athlon XP 1600+ but I have no idea how to pick to right pump. In case of stress break here --> -(0)- More about : water pump CALV January 15, 2002 9:02:04 AM I was faced with a similar dilemma when I did <A HREF="http://www.calvsplace.cwc.net" target="_new">my project</A>, I was advised by many people to get an eheim 1250- so I did and it is fine Next time you wave - use all your fingers Anonymous a b K Overclocking January 15, 2002 1:42:42 PM But what are the specs? I probably won't find the same pump here in brazil. In case of stress break here --> -(0)- Related resources Air in pump when water heats up - Forum Sizing a Water Cooling Pump /Radiator? - Forum Noisy water Pump . Normal? - Forum Too much stress on water pump ? - Forum H60 Water Pump making Hard Drive clicking noise? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer CALV January 15, 2002 3:24:25 PM I cant remember the power consumption, but it pumps 1250 litres/hour. Next time you wave - use all your fingers jiffy January 16, 2002 12:14:28 AM The numbers look close to my Koolance. 1030cc/min Complicated Nit Picker Anonymous a b K Overclocking January 17, 2002 2:17:07 PM Your numbers indicate appr. 60 liters/hour 1000cc = 1L In case of stress break here --> -(0)- svol January 19, 2002 9:51:05 AM I have a pump for 800 L/hour. The size of your tubing and the type of waterblock you're using also inflects flow rate. My case has so many fans that it hovers above the ground . jiffy January 19, 2002 2:14:03 PM Your numbers 60 liters/hour 1000cc = 1L indicate appr.1030cc/min So would this be true too? Complicated Nit Picker Anonymous a b K Overclocking January 19, 2002 2:56:13 PM What do you mean? Keyboard Not Found. Press F1 To Continue. jiffy January 19, 2002 4:25:37 PM Me>>1030cc/min<< You>>Your numbers indicate appr. 60 liters/hour 1000cc = 1L<< I'm sorry. Without doing any math or trying to figure this out. I was just wondering how you came to figure that. Complicated Nit Picker Anonymous a b K Overclocking January 20, 2002 1:47:41 PM 1030cc = 1.03L 1 hour = 60 min 1.03L - 1 min } btw, what's this called? X L - 60 min } X = 60.18 L/h Keyboard Not Found. Press F1 To Continue.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by arakawa on 01/20/02 10:58 AM.</EM></FONT></P> jiffy January 20, 2002 7:05:36 PM Gee, I don't even get it and all ready I'm being tested. lol Complicated Nit Picker Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumH100 as pump /rad combo for water system ForumGTX 580 running hot w/ KoolIT omni ALC water pump ForumWater pump too loud, how to reduce voltage? ForumPC water pump info ForumPump not powerful enough to push water ? ForumNeed help trouble shooting water cooling pump ForumPump not circulating water ?! ForumWater -cooling problem. Cant connect pump ForumHydor SELTZ L 45 II Water Pump Question ForumAre there pulsatile pumps? ForumConfusing graphs for water coolers ForumInnovatek water cooling kit ForumWater Wetter users? ForumFind No. 1 water cooling set??? ForumWeird water cooling question More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !