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Sounds about right for the restriction, but that still means he shouldn't be getting such significant flow rate drops in a full loop. Either something is wrong with the res/installation or there actually isn't large flow rate drops (actually measuring a flow rate with a sensor or just observing turbulence by eye as Jakusonfire mentioned).
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Sorry for the necro but I was wondering if removing the BP anti cyclone adapter actually helped you guys' flow rate? My loop is seemingly very restricted and I am starting to think it is the culprit. I have a single gpu,cpu, a HL gtx360 & a monsta 240 rad with a bitspower 200 res and BP d5 pump top. I am also cooling the maximus 7 formula but this is a relatively small loop
and shouldnt be that restricted. I am using an aquacomputer D5 pwm pump.

I am getting ready to upgrade to the maximus ix formula and was thinking about removing the anti cyclone adapter or just drilling another larger 4th hole in the top of it when I break my loop down & rebuild it. Im not too concerned about vortex cause im top filling the res.
Unless you guys know of any other less restrictive anti cyclone adpaters to replace it with?
Edited by sdmf74 - 4/13/17 at 1:10pm
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