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Thanks for the help. +rep
You are definitely right that I would have to do a couple 90 degree turns to get the fittings to look pretty. Is that a normal thing in water cooling that 90 degree turns in fittings or link systems is more restrictive and should be avoided?
Here is a pic of it.


If you get on martinsliquidlab.org he has measures for pressure drop over 1' of tubing and pressure drop across a 90* fitting. It's rather abnormal for a block to be designed like that. Normally they have an extension with 4 holes and 2 plugs so that for water to enter it's just 1 90* bend instead of entering and exiting from the bottom. For link systems, it just depends on the system. Granted, we're talking diffrences of a tenth of a PSI, so if your pump has more than enough overhead, go for whichever you feel works best for your personal tastes and budget.
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Thanks for the help. +rep
You are definitely right that I would have to do a couple 90 degree turns to get the fittings to look pretty. Is that a normal thing in water cooling that 90 degree turns in fittings or link systems is more restrictive and should be avoided?
Here is a pic of it.


I agree with MkHunt. But if you want it to look pretty, you could always use 2 rotary adapters from frozencpu

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13679/ex-tub-974/Phobya_60_Angled_G14_Female_to_G14_Male_Rotary_Extender_-_Black_Nickel_64181.html?tl=g30c497s1504



Probably closer to the resistance of the U bent tubing, in case you wanted the metal look. Just a suggestion.
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Thanks for the help. +rep
You are definitely right that I would have to do a couple 90 degree turns to get the fittings to look pretty. Is that a normal thing in water cooling that 90 degree turns in fittings or link systems is more restrictive and should be avoided?
Here is a pic of it.


That's weird. Do they have other 690 blocks? It should have one on top and one on bottom. I mean what if you wanted to have quad SLI with 2 690s?
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Yes, it's a pretty beastly kit.


thumb.gif ...now that's a great run ! How did you cool the ram for that particular run - air ? water ? - extreme ?
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thumb.gif ...now that's a great run ! How did you cool the ram for that particular run - air ? water ? - extreme ?

Just regular air cooled so far. I'll try strapping a small single stage on it next & see what it does at -15°.
Also have to try single channel for higher frequency, 3000Mhz is nowhere near enough for the memory OC stage...
    
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You're gonna need an fx bd or pd rig for that...IB is more efficient but 3ghz imc is normally the max. Have you booted higher than that yet?? tongue.gif
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Just regular air cooled so far. I'll try strapping a small single stage on it next & see what it does at -15°.
Also have to try single channel for higher frequency, 3000Mhz is nowhere near enough for the memory OC stage...

...ahem, if 3000MHz is not it, what would be 'near enough' ? headscratch.gif
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You're gonna need an fx bd or pd rig for that...IB is more efficient but 3ghz imc is normally the max. Have you booted higher than that yet?? tongue.gif

I do have an 8150 here I haven't used, hand picked by massman I won in a comp. a while back. Never wanted to run it in the 990fx ud5 though, that board killed my golden 955be & 1090t, both at stock... The clear cmos button is a mislabelled cpu self destruct button.
I do need a new chv.
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...ahem, if 3000MHz is not it, what would be 'near enough' ? headscratch.gif

Current first place is a bit over 3700Mhz, 3000Mhz right now has us in 9th place. Mostly don't want to be last in this stage, OCN is at least hoping for a podium finish in the overall cpu, top 5 at the end would nice.
    
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I do have an 8150 here I haven't used, hand picked by massman I won in a comp. a while back. Never wanted to run it in the 990fx ud5 though, that board killed my golden 955be & 1090t, both at stock... The clear cmos button is a mislabelled cpu self destruct button.
I do need a new chv.
Current first place is a bit over 3700Mhz, 3000Mhz right now has us in 9th place. Mostly don't want to be last in this stage, OCN is at least hoping for a podium finish in the overall cpu, top 5 at the end would nice.

...noticed that several of the top submission in various disciplines at the global HWBot list G.Skill TridentX, though they were not memory-specific competitions...not to mention that the top guys have their's 'binned'

...I also find that even with 'identical RAM' in daily operations / applications which performs 'as advertised' or better at the rated speed, many pieces can go beyond via BCLK by 10% or so ...but there is always a small handful which stands out which can go much further...private, binned reserve, so to speak biggrin.gif
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...noticed that several of the top submission in various disciplines at the global HWBot list G.Skill TridentX, though they were not memory-specific competitions...not to mention that the top guys have their's 'binned'

...I also find that even with 'identical RAM' in daily operations / applications which performs 'as advertised' or better at the rated speed, many pieces can go beyond via BCLK by 10% or so ...but there is always a small handful which stands out which can go much further...private, binned reserve, so to speak biggrin.gif

The trident X are popular since they are basically the same chips as the comparable corsair kits at a cheaper price. Binning is a part of it for pretty much all hardware.
There have been a fair number of kits out there which get used, but have never been available to the public or were very limited (stores got some, but one shipment of a few kits, & never seen again). There are a few kits I would love to find...
    
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