oops my bad :doh:@Apollo: Daz is linking to the little brother, the CPX-1 (aka D-Tek DB-1), whereas you linked to it's bigger brother, the CPX-Pro. The CPX-1 is fine for single blocks, but it starts to fade once you start pushing through multiple blocks. Great for chipset cooling though, and because it only pull 6W, running it off a fanheader is a non-issue. The CPX-Pro is actually stronger than a MCP350 (even topped), although it's not quite up to the standards of a MCP655 or topped MCP355.
Some people (myself included) have reported the CPX-1 making some motor noise for the first few days, even after bleeding is done, but once it's gone, it's gone for good.
Honestly, they're grossly underrated by a lot of people. They're cheaper than the Laings, more compact, just as quiet, and come already threaded with G1/4 barbs, and are more than capable for all but the hottest of systems.Interesting. Thank you guys. I'm looking for alternative for overpriced Laing pumps and it seems those are possible replacement.