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it isnt that the splitter reduces the flow, it is the ram blocks, by putting them in parallel you are allowing the flow to be split among them which allows overall loop flow to be more

looks like you have 2 ram blocks,
so cpu and vrm blocks receive full flow and each ram block gets 1/2 flow where as before the whole loop was getting full flow, but due to restrictions the flow was not as much,
yes

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Did you install the pro trial version??
Keep your eyes on the classifides people sell good stuff all the time
I never have and haven't noticed any illl effects from it.

Surely you have the patch which increases IBT performance?

I keep my eyes on the Classifieds but most stuff comes up in the US! - I have my old 1090T setup (CPU, Mobo, Ram) to sell - that would let me get an XSPC kit, but I need to get more rep to sell them! Keep lurking in the general AMD section to help as much as possible! tongue.gif
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it isnt that the splitter reduces the flow, it is the ram blocks, by putting them in parallel you are allowing the flow to be split among them which allows overall loop flow to be more

looks like you have 2 ram blocks,
so cpu and vrm blocks receive full flow and each ram block gets 1/2 flow where as before the whole loop was getting full flow, but due to restrictions the flow was not as much,
yes


Stripped down... left mosfet and ram blocks on board... had a blow in ram to make sure no blockage...seems fine. Repasted cup.. put a mock loop from res to cup to mosfet And back... seems fine. Gunna hose down rad and flush then put it all back. Can't for the life of me see any reason for the lack of previous flow. Power supply? Corsair 850TX running crossfire.. shouldn't affect performance of the d5, should it.
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it isnt that the splitter reduces the flow, it is the ram blocks, by putting them in parallel you are allowing the flow to be split among them which allows overall loop flow to be more

looks like you have 2 ram blocks,
so cpu and vrm blocks receive full flow and each ram block gets 1/2 flow where as before the whole loop was getting full flow, but due to restrictions the flow was not as much,
yes


Stripped down... left mosfet and ram blocks on board... had a blow in ram to make sure no blockage...seems fine. Repasted cup.. put a mock loop from res to cup to mosfet And back... seems fine. Gunna hose down rad and flush then put it all back. Can't for the life of me see any reason for the lack of previous flow. Power supply? Corsair 850TX running crossfire.. shouldn't affect performance of the d5, should it.
I dunno. Not an expert. But all those three way and 4 way splitters won't that just divide your flow like ALOT?
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Stripped down... left mosfet and ram blocks on board... had a blow in ram to make sure no blockage...seems fine. Repasted cup.. put a mock loop from res to cup to mosfet And back... seems fine. Gunna hose down rad and flush then put it all back. Can't for the life of me see any reason for the lack of previous flow. Power supply? Corsair 850TX running crossfire.. shouldn't affect performance of the d5, should it.

Did you pull the CPU block apart as well? Like I said that'll be the first point of a blockage typically because of the plate forcing the water through the 0.5 mm grooves
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Did you pull the CPU block apart as well? Like I said that'll be the first point of a blockage typically because of the plate forcing the water through the 0.5 mm grooves

Didn't strip it...took it off to Repasted cup...gave it a blow.check and have ran a mock loop through it... seems ok. Just putting it all back together now, so will soon see.
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Didn't strip it...took it off to Repasted cup...gave it a blow.check and have ran a mock loop through it... seems ok. Just putting it all back together now, so will soon see.

You really should have taken it apart while you had it out process. I don't know if you've seen thinside of a block but here is mine open

rhpcaa.jpg

You see that plate with the slot sit perpendicular to the gorrves in the block. This forces water through th plate and into those tiny grooves. Every time I have had a blockage and take mine apart there is always some sort of lint or whatever that has that groove plugged. Even when you do take it apart you need to flush the input line since some of the crud will wash back into the tubing when you open the block.
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You really should have taken it apart while you had it out process. I don't know if you've seen thinside of a block but here is mine open

rhpcaa.jpg

You see that plate with the slot sit perpendicular to the gorrves in the block. This forces water through th plate and into those tiny grooves. Every time I have had a blockage and take mine apart there is always some sort of lint or whatever that has that groove plugged. Even when you do take it apart you need to flush the input line since some of the crud will wash back into the tubing when you open the block.

DOH!!! Should have.. saying that the mock loop went through ok and now it's all pasted up and 3/4 tubed. My back is in half! I'm just gunna leave it for now and keep fingers crossed. If I still have the sane prob, I'll leave it for 2 months, back to UK, get some supplies and fix up
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Surely you have the patch which increases IBT performance?
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If you mean the scheduler patch then no I don't use it either. I also don't use IBT as a stress test, for me it's not reliable enough, I'm still a P95 blend tester.

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DOH!!! Should have.. saying that the mock loop went through ok and now it's all pasted up and 3/4 tubed. My back is in half! I'm just gunna leave it for now and keep fingers crossed. If I still have the sane prob, I'll leave it for 2 months, back to UK, get some supplies and fix up

Well good luck hopefully it works out. I hear you about the back, you're starting to sound as old as me. Ha ha ha

But , for the first few months I had my loop I cleaned the block monthly, but I also was using a big cooler full of water and icepaks without a rad. So it was easily contaminated.
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So Yesterday I fiured I'd make the jump to the 9370 for the extra power TDP. Boy was I mistaken, lol! Just running at stock settings shot my temps so out of whack it was unbelievable. I had it hooked up to a Noctua nh-d14 with a 1000 watt power supply. So after utter failure in tweaking it correctly, I reinstalled my 8350, reapplied antec formula 7, and have been lucky enough to see much lower and more stable performance. I'm thinking this endeavor just to keep voltage regs to Auto( offset mode), overclock the FSB, keep the turbo core enabled to run 4600 stock, and 4900 turbo hopefully. Any thoughts? smile.gif
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