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post #1991 of 2245
You can daisy chain the aquabus to components from both Aquaero's....just need to split everything between them I guess, if that's what you're asking. I don't think there's a need to have a USB connection to all the Aquacomputer stuff if you have them on the aquabus line.
post #1992 of 2245
I love that blue coolant, what is it if I may ask

BTW, stellar work!
    
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post #1993 of 2245
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amazing work as always thumb.gif

Thank you. Ha ha it amaze me also that i came this far .biggrin.gif:D
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I love that blue coolant, what is it if I may ask

BTW, stellar work!

I dont now "yet" wat stellar means but i asume that is good. biggrin.gif

If you read on of my last updates you can read the brand and type. biggrin.gif:D:D

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post #1995 of 2245
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Bad luck.!

Had a problem with the shower effect on the res. I was trying to figger out wat the problem was. When i start the two pomps up i get a flow rate of 1,5 liter a minute that last for just a few seconds and drops back to 1,2 and 1.0.

I mailt with Aquacomputer. Mayby a building fault "chrome tube not deep enough\ or screws on top is closing gap upcomming flow".
What did i do:
- cut the chrome tube back for 1,5 mm:

Connecting it al again for testing . Result is the same

I changed out the two pompsunit "D5" and put the Bitspower double pomp unit in.
The result was start with 1,9 liter a minute and within seconds a drop to 0.9 liter a minute.

I think i made a mistake by using hard tubing. I wil tell you why i think it is.

Take a bucket of water:
- punch a small hole in it and wait one minute.

Ha ha close the hole.

- punch a bigger hole in it.
You wil notice that the amount of water is more. That is because your using a bigger surface to transport the fluid.


I used the double bitspower pomptop before with 3x 480 radiators in one loop. Had even to turn down the power a bit because it splashed in my res. Now i use 2 pomps for 2 radiators.

What i can do is:

- make one loop with four pomps at the back or:
- stick to two loops but change out the most of my hard tubing :


Changing the four pomps to the back means stripping most of my acrylic. If i need to do it to let run the system better i wil do it but let me tel you i am not happy at all about it.
Edited by TATH - 4/7/14 at 3:32pm
post #1996 of 2245
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Found one thing that is different.

The right waterblock is mounted upside down. I am going to fix it this evening. If that is what is cousing the problem i will eat my shoes.
post #1997 of 2245
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Bad luck.!

Had a problem with the shower effect on the res. I was trying to figger out wat the problem was. When i start the two pomps up i get a flow rate of 1,5 liter a minute that last for just a few seconds and drops back to 1,2 and 1.0.

I mailt with Aquacomputer. Mayby a building fault "chrome tube not deep enough\ or screws on top is closing gap upcomming flow".
What did i do:
- cut the chrome tube back for 1,5 mm:

Connecting it al again for testing . Result is the same

I changed out the two pompsunit "D5" and put the Bitspower double pomp unit in.
The result was start with 1,9 liter a minute and within seconds a drop to 0.9 liter a minute.

I think i made a mistake by using hard tubing. I wil tell you why i think it is.

Take a bucket of water:
- punch a small hole in it and wait one minute.

Ha ha close the hole.

- punch a bigger hole in it.
You wil notice that the amount of water is more. That is because your using a bigger surface to transport the fluid.


I used the double bitspower pomptop before with 3x 480 radiators in one loop. Had even to turn down the power a bit because it splashed in my res. Now i use 2 pomps for 2 radiators.

What i can do is:

- make one loop with four pomps at the back or:
- stick to two loops but change out the most of my hard tubing :


Changing the four pomps to the back means stripping most of my acrylic. If i need to do it to let run the system better i wil do it but let me tel you i am not happy at all about it.

Henry the restriction in your flow is the smaller tubing you are using. Cant not move as mich water due to the smaller size of the ID on the tubing that is why I am going to use 13mm ID tubing
post #1998 of 2245
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Henry the restriction in your flow is the smaller tubing you are using. Cant not move as mich water due to the smaller size of the ID on the tubing that is why I am going to use 13mm ID tubing


Good morning Scott,

I was propably not wise from me to use small tubing. I think that the pomps have enough power but can not transport because there is not enough space.

My first setup with 3 x 480 and 1 dual pomptop running great. I personal think that the pomps find restriction because the cant transport.
I just orderd 6 meter extra tubing Tygon R3603 1\2" x 3\4".

This evening i first flip the memory waterblock. And then do another test. If it dont help i wil skip 8 of the 90 degree connectors .
I was also looking to the way i made connections in the front pomps and to the back. At the front all the connections com in from the side. And in the back the com in both ways.

The most inportant thing is " I dont let the system rule me" I will never give up. Ha ha i hope to say after this weekend lessons learnd and that the problem is solved.

Gearing up for war with the build "i am ready for it".
post #1999 of 2245
Henry I use 12mm hard tubing (10mm ID) and I haven't noticed any great restriction. In the past I have used all 3/8" (9.53mm) hard tubing with no problems.
But like I said before it might be that some of those 90* fittings might be hurting you a little?? I am using only rotary 90* fittings which are maybe a little less restrictive than the "hard 90" type. Plus you have all those QD's which are restrictive......

Still I would think you would get more flow than you are getting. Why do I think this? IF I remember right, when I had only the MCP35x2 pumps my flow was 1.2 gpm through 4 radiators, 1 cpu block, 2 gpu blocks. Maybe something else is going on we are not seeing.........



What size is your hard tubing??
post #2000 of 2245
I've got lots of the 12/10mm small tubing in the BBBB, and can get 1.25 gpm when the pumps are full speed. That's 4.7 lpm, right? I don't think it's your tubing.
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