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@ZytheEKS you have to remember not everyone scrolls to the bottom of his index to see his old site. a lot of 'newbies' only know of his 'new' updated site.
martin has been doing this for a lot longer than some people even realize. it takes serious time to do all of the tests he has done. he is very thorough. he has tested about everything for water cooling. this is the reason so many quote him and read his testing for information. this is the reason martin is the man...
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@ZytheEKS you have to remember not everyone scrolls to the bottom of his index to see his old site. a lot of 'newbies' only know of his 'new' updated site.
martin has been doing this for a lot longer than some people even realize. it takes serious time to do all of the tests he has done. he is very thorough. he has tested about everything for water cooling. this is the reason so many quote him and read his testing for information. this is the reason martin is the man...

Well the quote I linked wasn't even from his website so even more reason the other guy didn't see it. biggrin.gif

But anyways yeah, he said having it on the inlet has the potential to imbalance the impeller, more or less, which is no good. thumb.gif
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