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What did you change?

Inquiring minds want to know!
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Ha ha yes whe do.

I hope your sharp eyes and minds wil tell the differance between the former setup and the setup in the youtube movie,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF_zBgjiPSg

I am so glad that i solved the problem. I almost made avery thinkable connecting to let it flow. Nothing helpt but "never give up".
I went back to the "Singularity Competer" site and there i found my solution for my problem. After dismanteling half of my block i manage to make a new setup "fingers crosst" Aqtualy "no fingers cross" because all the systems you see on that site are solid.

Yes so my build is a bit of a kopie from Singularity Computer so what. Sharing is the magic word.

Ha closup from my double pomp setup All Aquacomputer D5 "usb" pomps and Aquelis pomp tops.
Because i hade them on the front i wanted them at the back also.
From the tubing i just have 1,5 meter left. Have to order som from E22 for my next builds.

Yes yes i hear you thinking finish this one first "i will" still much to learn. Starting a new chapter "making usb cables". Lucky i have a printed out version of the buildlog from Chris.



I use for connecting the tubing the new connectors from bitspower "sort compression connectors" The keep the tubing in place.
For the long tube at the left going up i will make a black acryling support mount that is because "in case of earth quacke \ joking".



It is already 21:00 and i am going back upstairs and what els i can do until 22:00 after that i stop because i had almost no sleep last night "i just had to fix the problem" .

Enjoy this update and if you want to say something please do "i also want to learn".

Untill next update drunken.gif
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You just swapped the northbridge / CPU blocks?
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I"m still not sure what you changed.
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Me either.
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You just swapped the northbridge / CPU blocks?

You getting warm changed the connection from it. First it ran down vertical. Now i connected it to the memmory block.
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I've been checking your log every day, I've been so curious as to what the flow problem was, but I still don't understand what fixed it.

Just changing the routing does not make sense. Was there some kind of restriction?
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I've been checking your log every day, I've been so curious as to what the flow problem was, but I still don't understand what fixed it.

Just changing the routing does not make sense. Was there some kind of restriction?

I dont now how you call it but it was the connection from the bottom waterblocks . I connected a tube vertical up to my mosfet block. I changed it and now the flow is 4,5 to 4,7 liter a minute.
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I'm still not sure why that changes the flow rate so much but well done!

Anyone have any ideas why changing the order of flow in a serial loop would have this effect?
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Well there is no other explenation because i only can guess.

What i do now it that bends like the 90 degree bitspower connector makes is a restriction. The solution for that is the bends\ corners made in hard tubing. That is because the surface is less raw and couses less restriction. Now that whe talking about it i am looking at my build how i can do to raise the flow. What i also see is that the flow guige have small tubing inside that couses also los of flow.

I must have a few sheets of formules how to measure speed and water delivery "whe used this at a cours as fire engine chief" whe needed to calculate what amount of water whe can get out the pipes.
These days whe dont use this any more "whe just call for a extra truck if whe need on".

I will search for the paper then you can try it out. I actualy want to now it also but dont have the time "need to finish this build". biggrin.gif
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