Thursday, April 24th 2014

EK Launches PWM Variant of EK-DCP 4.0 Water Pump

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana-based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce the new EK-DCP 4.0 water pump with power management control. This new pumps allows pulse width modulation (PWM) control of rotation speed trough motherboard BIOS or dedicated fan controller.

The EK-DCP 4.0 PWM water pump is the ideal choice for all enthusiast water cooling systems and is compatible with the all standard water cooling system setups. This pump will easily integrate with the latest water blocks and can achieve up to 800L/hour with its compact, powerful and low-noise design.

Rugged, reliable and quiet, the EK-DCP pump will work silently to ensure your liquid cooling system operates at its peak and makes the most for your hardware overclocking potential. To improve the overall looks the product power cables comes pre-sleeved as standard.

PWM control allows for automatic pump speed regulation depending on your CPU temperature. Full performance on demand or whisper quiet operation in idle mode!

This product is compatible with the EK-DCP 4.0 X-RES pump reservoir combo unit.

Technical specifications:
  • Rated voltage: 12V DC
  • Power consumption: 18W
  • Maximum pressure head: 4.0m
  • Maximum flow: 800L/h
  • Maximum system temperature: 60°C
  • MTBF: 50.000 hrs at 25°C
  • Power connector: 4-Pin Molex- and 4-Pin PWM FAN connector
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6 Comments on EK Launches PWM Variant of EK-DCP 4.0 Water Pump

#1
Animalpak
I had all three models of these pumps are of the highest quality and reliability.

They shine especially for me ultra quiet opertation and reliability they never dies.

Extremely quiet at full speed it is important to put the sponge under.

I do not understand the PWM what it is used to reduce the speed if you get already quietness and performances, at maximum speeds.
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#2
Casecutter
4.0m presure that must be microbar?
While to me even considering the temperature post-radiator I believe 60°C max seems a little on the low side.
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#3
bogami
as most radiators can flowing 280 to 350 L/h fluid , it should be capable enough solution. There is much to be done around the rotor . They do not circulated the water in the aquarium but in the computer and here is the best so far offered by Koolance model PMP-500 . http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17326/ex-pmp-208/Koolance_PMP-500_G14_Thread_Liquid_Cooling_Pump_PMP-500.html?tl=g30c107s153#blank .
I can say it is louder striking indicator of fluidity( flow indicator ) in the tank than the operation of both pumps D5 at full power :)
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#4
bogami
as most radiators can flowing 280 to 350 L/h fluid , it should be capable enough solution. There is much to be done around the rotor . They do not circulated the water in the aquarium but in the computer and here is the best so far offered by Koolance model PMP-500 . http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17326/ex-pmp-208/Koolance_PMP-500_G14_Thread_Liquid_Cooling_Pump_PMP-500.html?tl=g30c107s153#blank .I can say it louder striking indicator of fluidity in the tank than the operation of both pumps D5 at full power
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buildzoid
by: Casecutter
4.0m presure that must be microbar?
While to me even considering the temperature post-radiator I believe 60°C max seems a little on the low side.
No it's the maximum height that the pump can push water up if you have a height difference greater than 4m in an open loop(as in water comes in from a unsealed reservoir at 0m and then comes out of a pipe 4m higher) the flow will be 0.
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#6
Casecutter
by: buildzoid
No it's the maximum height that the pump can push water up.
Oh head pressure... why didn't they 4m head, like real pump companies?
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