Originally Posted by d1nky
Originally Posted by Alastair
Yeah. But I thought that was obvious. So I didnt include it in the diagram.
not really because you could have a line from different components coming back in to make a loop instead of a splitter.
for example at the end, from either waterblock would feed either pump.
If I ran the GPU blocks parellel and just ran the 750 pump/res? Again my maths here.
750 = 1.6PSI @ 1GPM.
Total pressure drop with 1CPU block, 2 rads and 2 GPU blocks in parallel will be around 1.33PSI.
So I should be able to run the system at around 1.3 to 1.4 GPM (Used Martins 750 pump review to work that out). But as parallel on GPU's halves the flow rate, each GPU will get around 0.7GPM. Will that hurt the cooling performance for my graphics cards?Edited by Alastair - 7/3/13 at 2:04am