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    Default XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    some people wanted DDC pumps well here you go!


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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Verry nice.

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Man thats nice I wonder how much head pressure it provides and if its enough to handle several rads and video cards combined?

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    from what ive been told the ddc pumps have more head pressure than the d5 pumps. i dont know any numbers yet though/
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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    That would be great I like my D5 it rocks but its just so bulky
    The all in one like you posted would be a nice addition to my build

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    im really liking the new stuff xspc been putting out lately
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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    XSPC Rocks when it comes to water cooling parts

    I am really liking what koolance is putting out when it comes to blocks as well

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    son of a b*cth. I just sold my phonton 3 days ago. I would have kept it if I knew about this. Grrrrr
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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    son of a b*cth. I just sold my phonton 3 days ago. I would have kept it if I knew about this. Grrrrr
    Man don't that rub ya raw...

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Nice! DDC pumps do have more head pressure with the right top, but the D5 have better flow. Which ever pump you do with, you can't go wrong. The only problem with DDC pumps is they create more heat and is a little more noisy than the D5. The D5 run silent, but the DDC have a small hum to them.

    But this is nice, I have the EK DDC Res pump top combo and this looks like a good one.
    I wonder if we can get one for review.

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    Hook it up Sandy!
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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    I was talking to some people from Swiftech the other day and they are making a whole kit with specific GPU and CPU cooling in one kit, its supposed to be really good, we'll see I guess.

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    I was talking to some people from Swiftech the other day and they are making a whole kit with specific GPU and CPU cooling in one kit, its supposed to be really good, we'll see I guess.
    Alan now this is just me but I would rather build something myself unless this is a kit your actually putting together to conform with what ever your using
    and can build or add on to it

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    Default Re: XSPC Photon/DDC combo

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    some people wanted DDC pumps well here you go!
    Nice. Me, like it.
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