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XSPC Ion pump/reservoir Combo

XSPC Ion pump/reservior

XSPC Ion pump/reservior

XSPC Ion pump/reservior

 

XSPC is soon to release their Ion pump/reservoir, offering a compact design that is designed for water cooling in limited space.  

The Ion's is designed with a versatile bracket that can easily be mounted to any 120/140mm fan, fan mount, or radiator and can rotate and be used at up to four different positions. This allows the pump to be mounted in the majority of PC cases, without the need for any internal modifications. 

  

XSPC Ion pump/reservior  

On each side of the Ion has a G1/4” inlet port, making it easy to neatly route the tubing in your build. On the top of the Ion is a large M20 fill cap, for easy filling and topping up of the reservoir.

The pump reservoir combo is encased in a extruded CNC cut aluminium shell, which is made to match XSPCs AX series of radiators. 

 

Specification:

  • - Dimensions: 58 x 50 x 154mm (excluding accessories)
  • - Maximum Flow: 420 lph (12V)
  • - Maximum Head Delivery: 2m
  • - Power Connector: 4 Pin Molex
  • - Voltage: 12V (Startup 9V)
  • - Power Consumption: 6W
  • - Noise Level: 35dBA
  • - Coolant Capacity: 84ml
  • - Shell Material: Aluminium
  • - Reservoir Material: Acrylic
  • - Maximum Temperature: 60C
  • - Inlets: 2 x G1/4”
  • - Outlet: 1 x G1/4”
  • - Fill Cap: 1 x M20

 

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This pump/res combo unit uses the same pump model as XSPC's 420 and 750 bay reservoir units and will come at a price that is roughly equivalent to the XSPC 420.

XSPC say that this pump unit is expected to start shipping next month.

 

You can join the discussion on XSPC's Ion Pump Reservoir unit on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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Most Recent Comments

31-01-2016, 12:45:54

NeverBackDown
With such a weak pump it's probably best to get a small loop with nothing more than a single block and then a thin rad. It's more of an ITX sized combo. Still looks good thoughQuote

31-01-2016, 12:49:54

TPC
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
With such a weak pump it's probably best to get a small loop with nothing more than a single block and then a thin rad. It's more of an ITX sized combo. Still looks good though
Weak pump? The Fractal AiO pump has only 1/4 of the head pressure and also 1/4 of the flow rate but you're still easily able to do a multi rad setup with a GPU and A CPU block.

My guess is that it's based on a DC12-220 pump. So decent enough for 90% of loops. Might just be a bit noisy.Quote

31-01-2016, 12:52:38

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by TPC View Post
Weak pump? The Fractal AiO pump has only 1/4 of the head pressure and also 1/4 of the flow rate but you're still easily able to do a multi rad setup with a GPU and A CPU block.
Being easy to do and doing it well aren't the same thing.Quote

31-01-2016, 12:55:08

TPC
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Being easy to do and doing it well aren't the same thing.
It does well though in the matter that temps are perfectly fine.

The rig I'm talking about is Kilbane's Fractal Solo. http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=73310Quote

31-01-2016, 13:33:50

WYP
While a strong pump is preferable for water cooling, this pump is by no means weak. Stronger pumps are only really necessary in extreme water cooling builds where a CPU and multiple GPU are being cooled.

One thing to note also is how well designed blocks are these days when compared to older designs, where the flow restriction is greatly reduced.

The design work on EK's recent GPU blocks in particular have me very impressed from an engineering perspective, which given the fact I have a degree in mechanical engineering is no small feat.Quote
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