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The MCP35X™ pump is a substantial evolution from the long established MCP355 series. It differentiates itself from its sibling by two primary features. The MCP35X Swiftech pump housing has been redesigned to provide considerably enhanced hydraulic performance is compatible with multiple tubing options thanks to the adoption of the G1/4 port standard can host an optional "built-in" reservoir is also sold separately, and remains compatible with all MCP3XX series pumps. The motor is now PWM compatible, allowing variable speed control thru the motherboard from 1300 to 4500 rpm.
Users are reminded that disassembling their pump for any reason, including for the purpose of upgrading the housing, automatically voids the pump warranty. (Excludes Swiftech Pump Accessories)
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Total Reviews: 13 Average Rating:
This is the pump to get!08-27-2013
Reviewer: Givmedew (6)
As long as this pump is not rigidly mounted to your case and not in a bay reservoir it will be silent even at 100% pump speed. Do what you need to do to ensure it is decoupled from your case. If you put it in a bay reservoir you may have to play around with the reservoir mounting to get it silent. Any vibrations that transfer into the case are going to make the pump loud. Regardless of mounting though when the CPU is at idle this pump will be silent because of it reducing the pump speed. I have had mine for over a year running 24/7 and I bought it used with a x20 radiator but now it is in a XSPC Res/Top. Very happy with this thing!
Great pump... for the hour it lived11-18-2012
Reviewer: techienerd01 (1)
I recently purchased this pump, and I got it all installed and I was so happy to see my first watercooling system work! I was going to let it test run for a day or so before I applied power to the rest of my components so I avoided fried circuitry. But that never happened. I powered it off to adjust a pipe fitting (tightening one of the clamps) and it never turned back on. There wasn''t so much as a sound coming from it indicating that it was still trying to pump something out. I RMAed the pump to Swiftech this past Wednesday, and the pump arrived at Swiftech on the following day. So far, not so much as an email or a call from them saying if I was getting a new one or my old broken one. All in all, I wish I could have had the whole system running, but I''m glad I didn''t because then I would have been out a CPU and a Pump. Great pump while it worked... hopefully we get another soon.
Reviewer: Satchmo (1)
Purchased 2 of these, and although one is still working fine the other one burned out last night, the board just fried. This is after 2 months use.
Pump fried after a month09-02-2012
Reviewer: Nathan B (2)
I bought this pump pre attached to a helix Rez. Frozencpu did a decent job at the installation, but after just a month the pump died. I pulled it apart to see if there was debris, but I found a burnt control board instead. I don''t know what caused it but after just a month I am severely unimpressed with this product and will never purchase again.
solid quiet pump05-23-2012
Reviewer: Benchalo (1)
Just wanted to say that, this pump is worth its price in gold...solid pump and quiet..