Thursday, September 16th 2010

Swiftech Announces MCP35X High Performance Pump

Swiftech today announced the release for retail sales of the new MCP35X pump. The product was initially unveiled earlier this month as the engine powering the Company's new H20-X20 Edge Kits. As a standalone pump, the MCP35X is a substantial step forward from the long established MCP355 series. It receives considerable hydraulic performance enhancements, its operating speed is adjustable via the motherboard, and the inlet/outlet ports now meet the G1/4" standard. System integration is also improved thanks to an optional "built-in" reservoir, which further reduces the device's overall footprint and should ease installation into space constrained cases.

"Compared to other pumps in our product line-up, and also considering the plethora of third party after market housings available for our pumps, the MCP35X is expected to emerge as a no-contest proposition. It finally gives enthusiast users all the choices that they always wanted, more raw performance, silent running at low speed, more versatility, together with the peace of mind afforded by Swiftech's 2 year warranty" said Gabriel Rouchon, Swiftech's Chairman and CTA.

MSRP
MCP35X pump: $109.95
MCP35X-Res optional reservoir: $29.95

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16 Comments on Swiftech Announces MCP35X High Performance Pump

#1
ERazer
TY bta, ugly ass tops imo ohh well btter than the old one
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#3
Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
watercooling parts are becoming super expensive for some reason.
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#4
Animalpak
by: Fitseries3
watercooling parts are becoming super expensive for some reason.
cuz watercooling market growing up
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"The new housing is precision machined from black POM, and is also available separately. It is compatible with all previous MPC3XX class pumps. " silent, pwm, all the way down to 1300 for stealth operations, i never been so excited over a pump, I'm buying this first thing.
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slyfox2151
by: Taskforce
"The new housing is precision machined from black POM, and is also available separately. It is compatible with all previous MPC3XX class pumps. " silent, pwm, all the way down to 1300 for stealth operations, i never been so excited over a pump, I'm buying this first thing.
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is $110!!!!!.....


you dont think thats a bit much for just a pump? lol.... im all for over spending on pc parts.. but even i have my limits.
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by: slyfox2151
is $110!!!!!.....
Kinda, but winter is coming and with the windows closed my room is dead quite, the current 355 even lowered to 3300 rpm isn't silent enough.
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pr0n Inspector
by: slyfox2151
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is $110!!!!!.....


you dont think thats a bit much for just a pump? lol.... im all for over spending on pc parts.. but even i have my limits.
It's a pump with a top. it's actually cheaper if the top is as good as other aftermarket ones. FAIL. DDC pumps and tops are apparently much cheaper than D5 counterparts.
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#9
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Eh, I think pumps for $70 is expensive, I bought a massive pump for my Liquid to Air Intercooler kit on my car, and that massive pump was $49.99, so why not spend $110, they are all over priced anyways.
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#10
MKmods
Case Mod Guru
It looks like a superior design (improved) over the last version. Well done Swiftech!

(While I am not a big fan of Guarantees the 2 year one seems a bit short.)
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#11
OneCool
Looks like a high tech bong :laugh:
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#13
Wile E
Power User
I'd rather just buy a 355 then an XSPC res top. $120 vs $140 for this pump with the res attachment.
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#15
bear jesus
I geuss the $110 pump price makes the H20-X20 edge kits better value
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#16
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
It is a bit expensive I got my Laing D4 Vario for like 40 bucks.
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