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This comment made me check the year of the post.
sorry i was watching the mettlicops video lol
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Well if you can get the most powerful pump on the market, than use Copper pipe's for tubing, That would be your best option. Copper absorbs the heat too, which is good for when it's pumping it's way through the tubing. Instead of the heat being completely dissipated from the radiator, you have the tubing and the radiator. Also, try and get two radiators and equally set them both up into one loop. Displace what's being cooled evenly in the loop, instead of having something like this:


Doing that can just cause more wait time for cooler water to flow through, and your components would be more hot than this setup:



You're welcome.

PS: Sorry for my crappy electronic artistic skills. thumb.gif
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The position of the radiators in the loop only makes a real meaningful difference if the loop is a very low-flow loop. If there's a decent flow-through, the delta is small and fairly insignificant. It makes a lot more sense to focus on the best way possible to fit it in the system and on the airflow and lowest resistance for the water (no 90 degree elbow fittings if possible), than to try and force the radiators to be in two separate places in the loop, if that compromises air and waterflow.
Edited by Celoth - 7/30/12 at 7:09am
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The position of the radiators in the loop only makes a real meaningful difference if the loop is a very low-flow loop. If there's a decent flow-through, the delta is small and fairly insignificant. It makes a lot more sense to focus on the best way possible to fit it in the system and on the airflow and lowest resistance for the water (no 90 degree elbow fittings if possible), than to try and force the radiators to be in two separate places in the loop, if that compromises air and waterflow.
this^ your going to see a 2-5 degree difference at best by moving around rads dont worry about loop order except res-> pump
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going to necro this on the hopes OP is still active.

Razer project christine is a project that appears to cover the benefits of a flowing loop, and the oils submersible capabilities. oil pumps through all the modules using the pump that is paired in the same module as the psu(i think, they arent too clear but it appears so), all of it gets pumped into the modules which both submerges the entire gpu or w/e and also allows complete flow... tis quite interesting for the silent cooling bit as well as cooling the entire card rather than specific points(dram and such).
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i did try mineral oil in a small loop
2 pumps are dead tongue.gif

use 2 x D5
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