Thermaltake Pacific P1 Black Water cooling LCS Pump D5-810
Part of the Thermaltake Pacific Series that enables enthusiast and custom PC builders to set up a complete water cooling system, the Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump features exceptional performance and unrivalled reliability, having a lifecycle of 50,000 hours MTBF (5-year life time). With a built in manual speed controller, users can adjust into five speeds. Manufactured using high-quality POM and aluminum, it is designed for easy mounting and fitting and the most demanding use conditions. Features Aluminum Sound Proofing Kit
Manufactured using high-quality POM and Aluminum, the P1 pump is designed for high flow system. The aluminum kit reduces noise, playing a role as shock absorber. Noise is reduced by 10% with aluminum kit in 17mm thickness.
The Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump features an anti-vibration pad with support bracket. Five predrilled G1/4” fitting ports support the ultimate in water cooling.
Ultimate Speed Controller and High-Lift Pumping
The Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump is designed with a manual speed control knob to provide five speeds. A flow rate of up to 1135 litres/hr provides high-performance cooling to your components. High-lift pumping of the pump head reaches up to 15 feet high at the maximum speed. Enthusiasts can build up advanced liquid cooling loop, two GPUs, three radiators, or even more DIY components at the same time.
The pump is compatible with Thermaltake Pacific Series reservoirs and fittings, further increasing system performance, providing ultimate control for your water cooling system.
The Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump is made in Taiwan, providing a completely plug-and-play design – just connect it directly to the system’s PSU using a standard 4-pin header. Easy mounting and connection in multiple locations reduces build time, allowing you to spend more time customizing your cooling system for a professional look.
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007
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