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I've stopped thinking about what will be in this build ... and started ordering parts in a serious way. So ... I've started a build log. smile.gif
post #142 of 146
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I reviewed the plumbing for the two pumps on the first page ... refresher ...
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Originally Posted by ruffhi View Post

I spent some time last night trying various tube runs and this is what I ended up with ...

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... and then I see this discussion in the OCN Water Cooling thread ...
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Originally Posted by SteezyTN View Post

So I'm just curious; do 90 degree fittings contribute to restrictions? Not little restriction, but huge? I have roughly 12 or so 90 degree fitting in my build. With all 4 rads and two reservoirs, I get 1.21GPM.
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Originally Posted by Questors View Post

I believe it was Martin's Liquid Lab that showed multiple 90° angles (fittings) have little to no impact on flow rates.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Except for right at the Pump outlet. So long as that can be avoided, it makes little to no difference. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by RpeeKooz View Post

That does nothing in my loop.i have 18 90degree fittings.2x250 ek res..2x480 rads...1x240 rad..2xgpu...1xcpu..ac flow meter...i have 90 on the inlet and outlet of my d5..i have it set to 3 and i get about 130 on my flow meter.....
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

But it adds a restriction right at the pump. Will it kill your pump? No. But your rate of flow suffers right from the beginning of the loop. Which was my point. Never said it would kill a pump or lead to pump damage. Just pointing out that it's preferred not to run a 90* right at the pump outlet. thumb.gif

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... and I have 90° fittings all around my pumps. I am going to have to rethink this plumbing.
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Thanks for the sub ... but I haven't updated this 'thought' build for ages. Why? Because I moved onto to a physical build ... see Liquorice Allsorts build log in signature.
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Thank you for your response. I am no looking at the fruit of this thought experiment.
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Sorry it took me so long to find this thread or the application of this thought experiment.
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