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    Blowout deals on ViaAqua line of pumps!

    http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...=6&pCatId=8164

    I just got their magazine a day or two ago and all I can say is wow, here is a list of models~prices. They are having a 20th anniversary sale and figured a few people would really like to know about this since summertime is the best time to convert to watercooling. At these prices I am planning on probably gettings some if just as a backup.

    Item #
    Description Price
    Qty
    CD-11945

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 360


    Regular
    $ 9.99
    Special
    $ 6.49




    CD-11946

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 480


    Regular
    $ 10.99
    Special
    $ 7.19




    CD-11947

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 1300


    Regular
    $ 17.99
    Special
    $ 11.69




    CD-11948

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 2600


    Regular
    $ 36.99
    Special
    $ 24.09




    CD-11949

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 3600


    Regular
    $ 54.99
    Special
    $ 35.79




    CD-11950

    ViaAqua Water Pump Model 4900


    Regular
    $ 59.99
    Special
    $ 38.99

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    Wow. Those are relly good prices, and since I will be dipping into watercooling soon, I might have to jump on that deal. Thanks for the notice.
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    grr just pait 30 for my 1300
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    thanks man just ordered my 1300 been lookin and waitin for a good deal like this, because i see Watercooling in my future
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    Well, glad this is helping out some people. I am debating wether or not to get. Seriously looking at the 2600 and 3600 since I am going to use a huge heater coil~24inchsx12x2.5 with many small copper tube passes and super thin dense aluminum fins. Probably going to mod it into a parallel flow so I can get decent flow rates from it. I am going to see how my maxi-jet 1200 handles it before I decide on what exactly to get. The 4900 seems to be way to much pump especially considering the power draw. The 1300 considering this price you cant lose so i probably will get that atleast.
    Last edited by wildfrogman; 07-08-03 at 11:41 PM.

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    When I was watercooling I used the Via 1300. Its a great pump. Just a little too noisy for my taste.
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    Originally posted by Turd Furguson
    When I was watercooling I used the Via 1300. Its a great pump. Just a little too noisy for my taste.
    Well, then check this out

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    Well there is one reason why it hummed loud.
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    that's what i was wondering about these pumps

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    Whoa, linky doesn't work. Do you have a telephone # or something? Does the ad say when sale expires? Thanks


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    Ya, Irecieved the same error.

    The prices listed are really good though.

    Thanx

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    I just tried it today and the link worked this time.
    It looks like a great sight so far.
    Ihave never seen these guys before.

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    *bump* for an excellent deal- I plan on using one with a home-made waterblock for my 9700p.

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    It works ok now

    Shiping $8.00 on the 1300 Model. Is this the beat one to use? Can it do the GPU to?
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    Drs Foster and Smith is a pet product company/magazine. My family and I have ordered pet products (fish, cats, dogs) from there magazine in the past and they have had excellent service

    I have the ViAAqua 3600 in a fish tank right now.... I can go water cooling and kill the fish

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    Hmmm......wow, the 1300 has 6ft max head. That's about equal to an Eheim 1250. Is there any reason why the Eheim 1250 is considered the top pump when this one seems comparable for like 1/5 the price??
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    Yeah.......ordered me a 1300, just could'nt pass it up knowing I will need one to complete my new rig.

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    Bump, link still working

    I'm editing it so no bump, I'm in. 1300 coming. Good deal if your just think about water cooling. It will be a winter project for me
    Last edited by Mr.DLucey; 08-28-03 at 12:08 AM.
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    I had to search for it so I thought I'd give it a bump. $19.00 including shipping for 1300, not bad!

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    This deal makes me want to try some of the larger pumps.

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