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Anything much higher than approx. 1.5GPM is pretty much a waste of time.

1.2 to 1.5 GPM is a nice optimal value for flow rates wrt our PC loops. So yours is spot on...thumb.gif

If you re-plumb the reservoirs so they operate in parallel rather than serial you will gain some increase in flow.
Edited by Costas - 7/7/16 at 10:50pm
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New Updated Pictures!!!
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I am really Disappointed as the flow is only 1.5 GPM I guess I will have to add another pump!!!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

These pictures were took while leak testing now just need to wire it all up and should be ready!!!

It's looking great!thumb.gif
Nice, straight pair of video cards there!smile.gif

Are you sure there is enough room for another pump? Lol.
You could fit half a dozen in that lovely case.

How is that Iwaki pump, I have not seen many builds featuring it.
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It's looking great!thumb.gif
Nice, straight pair of video cards there!smile.gif

Are you sure there is enough room for another pump? Lol.
You could fit half a dozen in that lovely case.

How is that Iwaki pump, I have not seen many builds featuring it.

I really like it and it is very powerful and quiet to me. I thought I would get better flow rate as that is about the same I got in my excessive Insanity build with some additional pumps but also 9 rads. But if you look at all the bends in my tubing you can see why I am sure a lot of restriction their!!
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I told you lol. Now you know why I've been so anal about the flow rate in mine. But then again, I only get 0.97 GPM Max

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Anything much higher than approx. 1.5GPM is pretty much a waste of time.

1.2 to 1.5 GPM is a nice optimal value for flow rates wrt our PC loops. So yours is spot on...thumb.gif

If you re-plumb the reservoirs so they operate in parallel rather than serial you will gain some increase in flow.
How do you go about running rads in parallel? Would that affect the temps at all? I finally got my loop to where I want, but water temps get a little high. I run my pumps to where I get 1.4LPM, and they are super quiet. I went and bought more fans to push pull my 560GTS, so hopefully that will let me lower them a little.
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Anything much higher than approx. 1.5GPM is pretty much a waste of time.

1.2 to 1.5 GPM is a nice optimal value for flow rates wrt our PC loops. So yours is spot on...thumb.gif

If you re-plumb the reservoirs so they operate in parallel rather than serial you will gain some increase in flow.

Yes I could get a little better flow rate but really I am more than happy with this as it stays the same all the way down to 18v so I am really happy I just like to have a large everything in PC to compensate for other things!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

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I told you lol. Now you know why I've been so anal about the flow rate in mine. But then again, I only get 0.97 GPM Max
How do you go about running rads in parallel? Would that affect the temps at all? I finally got my loop to where I want, but water temps get a little high. I run my pumps to where I get 1.4LPM, and they are super quiet. I went and bought more fans to push pull my 560GTS, so hopefully that will let me lower them a little.

You would just feed one side of the rad with the input using a spilitter and come out the other side again using a splitter!! if you dont understand I can draw it out for you??
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Started Wiring!!

Custom all!!

post #77 of 131
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Question and advice please.

Do you think it would look better like below with a fountain effect in the reservoirs? The Color of the water will be Blood red and is suppose to signify blood. So what is better fountain or no?? I have attached a video of it it is just clear water but hopefully you will get the idea!!

Reservoir.zip 3788k .zip file
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Question and advice please.

Do you think it would look better like below with a fountain effect in the reservoirs? The Color of the water will be Blood red and is suppose to signify blood. So what is better fountain or no?? I have attached a video of it it is just clear water but hopefully you will get the idea!!

Reservoir.zip 3788k .zip file
It is a cool effect, and not just anybody can do that, you have to have the right reservoir(s), of course!

Imo you should give it a try, if you decide otherwise in the future, it can always be changed back to a regular flow without the fountain effect.
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Thought I was having a good day about 95% finished and would have finished today but my PSU decided to let the smoke out!!! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif Did not register the warranty and bought it 2nd hand so nothing I can do but try and buy a new one!! Think I will be getting the EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 unless someone else can make a recommendation that might be cheaper and better??
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Thought I was having a good day about 95% finished and would have finished today but my PSU decided to let the smoke out!!! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif Did not register the warranty and bought it 2nd hand so nothing I can do but try and buy a new one!! Think I will be getting the EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 unless someone else can make a recommendation that might be cheaper and better??
Was that the EVGA 1500 that conked out on you?

I guess if you buy a new SuperNova 1300 and register it, you'll have a good warranty at least.

I've had good luck with SeaSonic-built psu's, but EVGA's warranty service is tough to beat.

When you have that warranty, lol.biggrin.gif
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