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post #21 of 31
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What if I buy these and try to return the res/pump combo?
XSPC Single 5.25" Bay Reservoir
DazMode STORM D5 STRONG 8-24V Pump

Both on dazmode
post #22 of 31
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The heat coming from the pull radiator is hot as feck

The quickest way to diagnose the issue is to check the flow. Since you haven't mentioned a flow rate issue, I am going to assume that you have colored tubing and you can't see your water. If so, then simply pinch your tubing until you feel vibration from the running water. Pinch the tubing every inch or so along your loop to check if there is any flow rate drop. If you find a big pressure drop right after a particular part in your loop, then it is probably bad.

If I had to bet money I would say that you probably got the inlet and the outlet on your pump mixed up.
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post #23 of 31
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Nope, at the back of my res, It even says In Out, In- water goes in? out- Water goes out? and I have 3 120mm spectre pro fans at the top, 1200RPM and Well, It's giving decent air. If I get new fans/ Res/Pump I'll also put 2 90 degree fittings because the 120mm radiator is interfering with my tubing that goes to the 360mm. It's like somewhat pinched there. It's squished so it can fit. But there is like 3/4ths the diameter it should be. So it's only 1/4th smaller so I think it;s still good. i said so too much times.
post #24 of 31
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I could buy that, But I'm trying to buy a single bay because I don't even have room for a second. My front is fecked with items. A fan controller, a sd card/USB/tiny cards reader, 2 cds and a res/pump thing
I only need a single bay reservoir.

if you want a single bay reservoir then it will be very difficult. I only know of one other single reservoir out there from XSPC and its no better than the ones you have right now.. maybe go for a cylinder reservoir/pump combo?
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http://martinsliquidlab.org/pump-and-radiator-optimizer-spreadsheet/

If you have not looked at this, it helped me a great deal when deciding what I needed for rads/fans/etc....
post #26 of 31
Have you tried taking apart the waterblocks and checking for obstructions that could be blocking the flow? While it's unlikely there is debris, it is possible.
post #27 of 31
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Have you tried taking apart the waterblocks and checking for obstructions that could be blocking the flow? While it's unlikely there is debris, it is possible.

Before taking apart the waterblocks, I'd get a scale, break the loop and measure the water flow rate.
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post #28 of 31
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The problems with my PUMP, It's too weak. It's like 1.8L/Min and I'm thinking of getting a laing d5 strong pump which is 18L/min
post #29 of 31
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There are no obstructions. It's just a slow flow rate because of weak pump. Water heats up fast and can't be moved quick enough. I'm returning the pump combo back to dazmode, Because it's also leaking from the inside.
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28l/min sorry
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