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Hot sauce is the only thing I use anymore. I've used ketchup before, but I think it's too thick. Hot sauce is a lot easier to clean off. And I think hot sauce cleans better too. I generally fill the entire water channel with hot sauce and let it soak for about an hour then scrub with a toothbrush and the blocks come out very clean.
Now that would have been ridiculous lol
Plasticizer maybe?
Loop order doesn't make a difference in performance as water temperature equalizes throughout the entire loop over time. The only thing that matters is that the pump is directly after the reservoir
In other news, my fiance and I exchanged gifts tonight. She got me something for the desk area
Thanks mAs81
Pretty much on hold until after my wedding this weekend. The loop is all installed and successfully leak tested. Last thing to do is mount the monitors and power it on. But that probably won't happen until after we get back from the honeymoon.
i have an extra one laying around that i can try with if you can wait until tomorrow evening
Series flow - coolant flows one block at a time. In one then out the the next. Parallel flow - coolant splits and enters and leaves both blocks at the same time. There have been studies and have shown there is very little, if any, difference in temps with only two cards
You need to run both pumps off PWM controlled headers. The chassisfan2 header is more than likely not PWM controlled so it won't work to control the pump. It could actually damage the pump since it's likely voltage controlled. Same thing with the Lamptron fan controller. It's a voltage regulated controller, which can damage PWM controlled pumps and fans.
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