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    Asetek WaterChill Xtreme 12V Pump/Reservoir

    The design is revolutionary. I'm sure we'll see copycat designs surfacing to flatter the Asetek engineers. Performance is excellent, this pump should be able to handle the most taxing of watercooling circuits.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD0xNDU5

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    Not to diss you guys at all, the majority of reviews you do are pretty great, but as far as pumps go, just comparing it to one other pump isnt really that useful, neither are temps. Flowrate vs resistance and things are what is really needed, otherwise its pretty hard to tell how a pump will perform in anything other than the test system.

    Do you know if asetek is putting these into kits to replace the L30?

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    Must agree, the review is some what lacking on hexus's part.....



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    My apologies guys but I didn't have the equipment to measure items such as flowrate, so all I could give you was my opinion of the pump based on functionality and features.

    herulach: Currently Asetek have 110V and 230V kits and also their new 12V kits, and it is of course the latter kit in which you'll find the 12V pump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    My apologies guys but I didn't have the equipment to measure items such as flowrate, so all I could give you was my opinion of the pump based on functionality and features.

    herulach: Currently Asetek have 110V and 230V kits and also their new 12V kits, and it is of course the latter kit in which you'll find the 12V pump.
    I know about the 230V kits, didnt know they did 12V kits, although im pretty sold on a Storm cpu block, so that means an mcp655, so i may as well go for everything pick and mix, also loving xspcs new alu resevoirs.

    I realise you guys dont have the equipment available. Dont know precisely what it would need, o how much it would cost, but you could have a nice niche since theres only one other site i know of that does very very good watercooling reviews (systemcooling.com) Anyway, im not complaining, any reviews better than no review

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