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XSPC X2O 750 Reservoir Pump

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Posted January 15, 2010 by Jake in Cooling

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From XSPC: "Introducing the new and improved X2O 750 dual bay reservoir pump. The pump is the same great 750lph low noise pump used in the previous model with improved electronics to increase long term reliability.
The reservoir has been shortened to make it easier to route your tubing when a large PSU or small case is used. On the front we have added 4 screw holes so the front panel can now be changed by using the supplied interchangeable brushed aluminium faceplates or by making your own custom faceplate."

Below are the features and specifications for the X2O 750:

  • G1/4" threads
  • High quality acrylic
  • Removable brushed aluminium faceplates\
  • Brass screw threads
  • Low noise, low vibration
  • Pump performance: 750 lph
  • Delivery head: 1.8m
  • Voltage: 12V (4pin)
  • Dimensions: 149 x 100 x 85mm (WxDxH)
  • Two 5mm LED holes
  • Individually pressure tested

The retail package is compact and quite lightweight, a black box with bright blue XSPC logo and a product description printed on the back of the box. A silver white and blue swoop printed around the box doesn’t bring much to mind but at least it looks really cool (again, no pun intended). As we’ve seen with most retail boxes, it’s shrink-wrapped to protect from damage and ensure any small parts are not lost in transit.

The X2O 750 kit comes with the accessories such as black and silver faceplates, screws, Allen key, a blue LED and a colour installation guide.

Let’s take a closer look at the X2O 750 now.

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One Comment


  1.  
    tony

    thanks for this review! just ordered mine, wish i could run 2 of these pumps in a series when im ready for gpu cooling as I would like to stay with the same res. would you say that just this is enough for a 360rad and maybe a 240rad for stricktly cpu cooling? my 4790k runs hot!

    tony





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