Water Pump

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.

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  1. 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
  2. But what are the specs? I probably won't find the same pump here in brazil.

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  3. I cant remember the power consumption, but it pumps 1250 litres/hour.


    Next time you wave - use all your fingers
  4. The numbers look close to my Koolance. 1030cc/min

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  5. Your numbers indicate appr. 60 liters/hour 1000cc = 1L

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  6. 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 :eek: .
  7. Your numbers 60 liters/hour 1000cc = 1L
    indicate appr.1030cc/min

    So would this be true too?


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  8. What do you mean?

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  9. 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.

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  10. 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

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  11. Gee, I don't even get it and all ready I'm being tested. lol

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