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Originally Posted by gotcha_90;14346316 
Pictures taken tonight. Build is on hold until winter when I have more time (and I get a working fan controller) - hence the major wiring problems in the bottom pic.

I'm sure you've been told this, but you have your GPU blocks plumbed wrong. There shouldn't be two connections running from block 1 to block 2. The way you have it now, you won't have any pressure and the water probably won't even flow into the first / second block (depending on water flow).
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Actually, running GPU blocks in parallel (both connections used) can often give better temps, and gives far less restriction compared to in serial. It doesn't seem like it would work, but it does (I thought the same thing as you, at first).
Edited by musashin - 7/26/11 at 6:46am
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post #23 of 89
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Originally Posted by SPARC_PWR;14351037 
I'm sure you've been told this, but you have your GPU blocks plumbed wrong. There shouldn't be two connections running from block 1 to block 2. The way you have it now, you won't have any pressure and the water probably won't even flow into the first / second block (depending on water flow).

Here is the flow. I can't comment on performance vs serial as I haven't done any tests or calculations (I've been meaning to do both) but overall performance appears to be fine (i.e both my blocks are getting cooled). I mostly chose parallel for the symmetrical look.

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post #24 of 89
Hi Friends,

I'm new to building a computer by myself, as well as water-cooling. I also have a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced. Would like to share my pictures. smile.gif

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very nice build
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post #26 of 89
Quote:
Originally Posted by gotcha_90;14353397 
Here is the flow. I can't comment on performance vs serial as I haven't done any tests or calculations (I've been meaning to do both) but overall performance appears to be fine (i.e both my blocks are getting cooled). I mostly chose parallel for the symmetrical look.

flow.jpg

Hi,

Looking at that configuration you have #4 90- degree junctions.

Going to get better flow going to the top loop.

And going to get flow disruption where the top line exits to the exit
from the bottom loop.

Equal Y's at beginning and end would be the way to go;)
Don't think I slept during that class but I forget:)
Although case space might come into play.

JMHO

Later:D
Edited by Irocing - 10/5/11 at 7:30pm
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Those look nice!
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post #28 of 89
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Hi Friends,

I'm new to building a computer by myself, as well as water-cooling. I also have a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced. Would like to share my pictures. smile.gif


Where'd you get those white LED's? looks great.

Here's mine, not so elegant and picture does it no justice at all, but there you go:

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post #29 of 89
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Originally Posted by Thingamajig;15343044 
Where'd you get those white LED's? looks great.

Here's mine, not so elegant and picture does it no justice at all, but there you go:

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Why do you have your tubing routed like that? Could greatly reduce the length of your tubing very easily.
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To remove double post glitch wiped this mad.gif
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