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Koolance Cooler Part for Laing D5

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    Hey everyone, I was wondering if anyone had the Koolance COV-PMP02P pump cover for the Laing D5 Vario pump.

    I am thinking about getting that cover for my pump, and I was looking at the design. It looks like it had for different inlet/outlet holes in the actual block.

    The question is, since it has dual ports for the inlet/outlet, is it possible to run both of those ports at the same time, vice running single? I should be able to, right?

    Pretty much pump water from one pump to two locations, instead of using a splitter. If anyone has this pump cover, please post, or anyone that knows about it. I need to know, because I really like this cover, and I want it to match the VGA coolers I got (8800GTS g92's).

    Thanks in advance.:toast:
     
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    Anybody?

    Anybody???
     
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    Ok

    So, there is a benefit to it, since I plan on using this pump to cool two 8800gts (g92's) and the processor (e3400 wolfdale). Is that going to be beneficial if i do that? Splitting the pump in half? Or should I just run dual pumps?
     
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    Sorry for the late response. The simple answer to your question is 'yes'... it will work. I have 3 of the COV-PMP01P version and can tell you that the corresponding in/out ports are connected. So, as Intelligent said, you will be splitting the output volume in half. The D5 Vairo is a pretty hefty pump so splitting the volume shouldn't be a problem so long as the resistance of both loops is fairly equal. Keep in mind that liquid prefers the path of least resistance so if one of your loops is more restrictive than the other, the less restrictive loop will recieve more coolant flow. There are restriction clips on the market to help counter this issue if you run into it, but causing more restriction is not the most desireable solution.
     
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    I have gotten closer to this build, and I am planning on running a three Rad setup with the PMP-450 Top on a MCP-655.

    There are a few loops I have posted in other threads, but no definite answer on what restrictions/advantages it can have on the loop.
     

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