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Scan code: LN65860 Manufacturer code: 13181

Alphacool Laing DDC310 - Black/Acetal

Alphacool Laing DDC310 Complete Edition - Black/Acetal, 4 Pin Molex Connector

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Scan code: LN65860 Manufacturer code: 13181
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  • SCANPROTECT Protect against installation damage for 28 days. More info

    ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.

    Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.

Product Overview Alphacool's new Low Noise Edition of the Laing DDC for absolute silence!

The Laing DDC pump is one of the best known pumps in the watercooling industry. Recently we have been working with Laing to take the DDC to the next level. The new Laing DDC310 was designed with a perfect balance of power and silence in mind. Unlike other versions with the plastic base we have revised the design with new superbly tuned brass housing which aids the pumps cooling and guarantees longer life especially when placed in areas with limited airflow.

This new housing promises a longer life of the pump. Through the cooling fins and air flow as well as an internal thermal pad attached directly to the pump board maximum cooling is achieved.

Another feature is the included decoupling option. If a pump top with a M4 threaded mounting hole, such as the Alphacool Laing DDC Acetal top is present. The special M4 screws can be screwed directly into the decoupling set and then into the case.

The pump also comes as standard with an anti-vibration mounting system. Available in black nickel and silver nickel. Now as combined with the proven Alphacool Acetal or Plexi top!

This pump should be the first choice for your watercooling system. Features Technical Details:
• Dimensions: 80,5 x 80,5 x 51mm
• Color: black nickel, black,
• Power consumption: 10W
• Material: Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminium oxide, hard coal
• Maximum lifting height: 2,44m
• Maximum system temperature: 60 ° C
• Maximum flow: 200l / h
• Voltage: 12V DC
• Power connector: 4 Pin Molex
• Tacho signal: 3-Pin Molex

Scope of delivery:
• 1x Alphacool Laing pump DDC310
• 1x Alphacool Laing DDC bottom metal - black nickel
• 1x Alphacool Laing DDC Top
• 1x Thermal
• Decoupling
• mounting material

Alphacool recommended for correct operation of the water cooling distilled water!

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
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Alphacool Laing DDC310 - Black/Acetal
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