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Old 16th Oct 2004, 19:07   #1
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Any suggestions?

I was wondering what kind of performance i could expect from this WC setup. This will be my first "expensive" WC setup so any imput would be apreciated.

Res

Innovatek Fass-O-Matic (1/2")- $69.99

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Pump

Eheim 1046 (1/2") - $105.00

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CPU Blobk

Polarflo TT CPU (1/2") - $59.99

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VGU Block

Polarflow TT VGU (1/2") - $45.99

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Chipset Block

Polarfor TT Chipset (1/2") - $45.99

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Rad

Black Ice Pro 120mm Radiator (1/2")- $43.99

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So any comments or seggestions?

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Old 16th Oct 2004, 20:59   #2
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Fine kit, and all good performers, but I would get at least a BIX rather than a Black Ice Pro. They're not that much bigger but got twice the capacity.
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Old 16th Oct 2004, 21:25   #3
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Nexxo think you could hook me up w/ a link.

I've searched google but I cant find anywhere that sells them.

[edit] is there any real differance between the fass-o-matic and the aquacomputer? [/edit]

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Old 16th Oct 2004, 21:58   #4
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CrazyPC.com sell BIX's here

Doesnt look like theres much difference between the two reservoirs. Maybe size? Not sure...

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Old 16th Oct 2004, 22:13   #5
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is there any real differance between the fass-o-matic and the aquacomputer? [/edit]
Not really, build quality is probably nicer with the aquatube but not by much i would wager. The main difference is the threadsize for the ports. You would want the fass-o-matic for a 1/2" setup if you like to take the easy route. The threadsize of the aquatube is smaller and could be restrictive unless you re drilled the ports or used a Y to connect 2 ports.
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Old 16th Oct 2004, 23:13   #7
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No real differences at all between the Fass and the Aqua res other than the Aqua has a little finger cut out of the mounting plate which makes it easier to get the plexi lid out

but more importantly the Fass comes with 1/4" BSP thread so you can hook them straight up with 1/2" barbs where as the Aqua res has 3/8" thread which would need re-threading if you wanted to run it in a 1/2" set-up

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Old 16th Oct 2004, 23:41   #8
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That has no baring on my project as the plate is going to be replaced w/ a carbon fiber one.

Thanks alot everyone for your imput.
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Hang on........just realised the Eheim 1046 has tiny inlet and outlet and probably won't be powerful enough for your set-up......you would be much better off with a 1250!

Heres a pic of various pumps which gives a good insight into physical size and below a simple flow test i ran a while ago

.......from left to right

Eheim 1260>>>Eheim 1250>>>Eheim 1048>>>Eheim 1046 (12v)>>>Laing D4


Eheim 1046
1046 = 4.8 LPM
(didn't have correct fittings to carry on with this one)


Eheim 1048
1048 = 6.9 LPM
1048 + TDX (nozzle1) = 4.7 LPM
1048 + TDX + Maze4 GPU = 4.1 LPM
1048 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 4.3 LPM
1048 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 3.7 LPM
1048 + TDX + EVO1 = 3.4 LPM
1048 + RBX (nozzle1) = 4 LPM
1048 + White Water = 4.3 LPM


Eheim 1250
1250 = 13 LPM
1250 + TDX (nozzle1) = 6.6 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze GPU = 5.5 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 5.7 LPM
1250 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 5 LPM
1250 + TDX + EVO1 = 2.5 LPM
1250 + RBX (nozzle1) = 5.5 LPM
1250 + White Water = 6 LPM
1250 + Maze4 (copper top) = 8.8 LPM
1250 + Maze3 = 6.9 LPM


Eheim 1260
1260 = 15 LPM
1260 + TDX (nozzle1) = 10 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 GPU = 7 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 7.7 LPM
1260 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 7.1 LPM
1260 + TDX + EVO1 = 3.6 LPM
1260 + TDX + RBX (nozzle1) = 7.5 LPM
1260 + TDX + White Water = 8.3 LPM


Laing D4
Laing D4 = 13 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX (nozzle1) = 7.5 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + Maze4 GPU = 6.7 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + Maze4 Chipset = 7.1 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + Maze4 GPU + Maze4 Chipset = 6.2 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + EVO1 = 3.3 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + RBX (nozzle1) = 6.7 LPM
Laing D4 + TDX + White Water = 7.3 LPM


[disclaimer] I don't profess to being any kind of expert in this field or for that matter having the equipment as they might on other forums but these are my findings from a simple exercise that replicates set-ups used by many people on a day to day basis using a stop watch and a 5ltr container. [/disclaimer]
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Old 17th Oct 2004, 00:53   #10
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Wow thanks...I was just readin up on these things; you saved me alot of time.

perhaps the 1250 would be more to my liking.

or if i found a place to hide it in my v1000 the 1260.
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