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The bearing is self-adjusting, making the pump consistently quiet in operation over the full life span. The pump is lubricated directly by the coolant (wet-running pump). Therefore no maintenance is required.
As the rotor is magnetically held in place even small dirt particles pose no problem for the mechanism, a blocking of the pump is not possible under normal operating conditions. Even after a long period of standstill reliable operation is ensured. The permanent magnetic rotor unit is driven by a magnetic field frictionlessly Which is produced by the surrounding stator.
The stator is built completely around the rotor, therefore the pump is with its 38mm only slightly higher than the stator unit. It therefore fits almost any PC in a case, may it be Super or tower barebone. A separate magnetic shielding is usually not required. The ball motor principle Allows powerful yet power-saving operation. The pump can be regulated by power variations of the DC operating voltage over a wide range. All parts in touch with the coolant are completely corrosion free.
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Reviewer: ToledoMax (1)
Despite the lack of pwm control its the best bang for your buck pump available. if you need to turn it down hook it up to a fan controller. mine is virtually silent so i dont bother. this is my go to for low profile systems.
Reviewer: glytch5 (32)
I prefer DDCs over D5 pumps. This little guy here out powers my Alphacool DDC310 by a long shot. Only thing missing is PWM control... a little loud, and a little toasty but has that DDC power I enjoy. I was not sure if this was truly a Laing pump at first, however the circuit board did have their name on it. The screw threads were a little different on mine than other DDCs stock tops.