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I'm redoing my w/c from my Lian Li to my Armor and I have some questions

how badly will this hurt my flow





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Hey, Can't answer your question..But I see you have gotten your Stinger...That mean's I'm next in line,,,Yeah....How do you like it? Man they are sweet looking..I dont even have my rig put togather that it is going in, got my water cooler tore down and working on it again, and I still can't hardly wait to get it!!!!!
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Hey, Can't answer your question..But I see you have gotten your Stinger...That mean's I'm next in line,,,Yeah....How to you like it? Man they are sweet looking..I dont even have my rig put togather that it is going on, got my water cooler tore down and working on it again, and I still can't hardly wait to get it!!!!!

well I've yet to experience the stinger v6 I'm still waiting on my DDR2 ram should be here thursday though
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I don't have too much experience w/ right angles in a loop, but it'll still work if that's what you're asking. yeah, it won't be as good as no loops, but it shouldn't change your temps too much
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The guides I read before doing mine said 1 or at most 2 elbows and also said anything after that will really start slowing down flow.

I'm not sure if this is true, but I would just try to bend the tubing instead of using all those elbows.
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post #6 of 26
In my fluid mechanics class we learned the sharper the angle ( 90 being max) the more turbulence is created. Dont know if i would put a lot of sharp angles in the loop
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Yeah, my Stinger is still in it's box too Waiting on, well, lots of stuff, but should be able to start ordering next week


That MCP655 pump is pretty strong, and it doesn't look like you're running a lot of tubing so it shouldn't be a big deal. I'm working on a system with about 6 elbows using the same pump(maybe 2 but I'd rather not spend the extra if I don't have to), so I really hope it can handle it.

And hey, looking at your system set up, have you seen these over at performance-pcs.com? Pretty cool for the back of your tower.

Performance-PCs Cyclone 120 External Mounted Reservoir - Clear
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Yeah, my Stinger is still in it's box too Waiting on, well, lots of stuff, but should be able to start ordering next week


That MCP655 pump is pretty strong, and it doesn't look like you're running a lot of tubing so it shouldn't be a big deal. I'm working on a system with about 6 elbows using the same pump(maybe 2 but I'd rather not spend the extra if I don't have to), so I really hope it can handle it.

And hey, looking at your system set up, have you seen these over at performance-pcs.com? Pretty cool for the back of your tower.

Performance-PCs Cyclone 120 External Mounted Reservoir - Clear
yea I didn't think it would be a problem but I rather ask to make sure when I was runing my last loop "pump-rad-cpu-vga-chipset-res-pump" I used the pumps "2" speed becuse that was fast enough I didn't get any better temps with the "5"

and no I didn't see those before I did mine but looks like the fittings on one of those res would have been easier than mine was
post #9 of 26
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I'm redoing my w/c from my Lian Li to my Armor and I have some questions

how badly will this hurt my flow





so long as you are still getting sufficient pressure at the end of the loop, you wont see any difference in temps at all.
    
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post #10 of 26
Stay away from right angles as much as you can. I would only use them if I had to.
    
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