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Eheim's new SUPA 1250...

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juliendogg

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Nov 29, 2001
Location
NC, USA
lol, nice. i believe thats 317 gph. :D

i will say, it's a dam fine pump, been workin it's lil pump off for me for over a year now 24/7. :D
 

bafbrian

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Jan 30, 2003
Location
Atlanta, GA
That must powered by a..... I can't think of what powers it.

But I can tell you this, I know I am gonna get one.







J/K
 
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G33k

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Mar 1, 2002
Location
Bristol [UK]
Well, i don't know about the 1250, but the 1046 is silent. Stick it on a piece of foam and you won't hear it. I believe the 1048 is similarly quiet too.
 

Fifth Horseman

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Apr 30, 2003
I've got a 1250, and unless it's placed directly on top of something, you can't hear it at all.

When I first turn on the pump I can hear it (my case resonates somewhat). Once I turn the PC itself on, the noise from my HD's usually drown it out.


-FH
 

dagamore

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Dec 27, 2002
i got one of the 1250's in my dully xeon setup, and i just have the pump bolted to the case with and old mouse pad inbetween the case and the pump, and i dont hear it at all, my scsi HD's and my 2 120s at 7volts make more noise then the pump.