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Originally Posted by Norlig View Post

Having the bottom pump simply run into the top reservoir wont do much if any good, I would assume it overflowed some when you started the pumps?

Its a nice looking build, but I like to go for effectiveness over looks personally.

Having 2 pumps also dumpt more heat into the loop.

No, both reservoirs dropped equally as the pressure difference is exactly the same with both pumps running.

I'm not really sure how you measure effectiveness, the thermal and acoustic performance is outstanding and some value must be attached to redundancy.

Heat input from the pumps? SPC's draw 1/3 of the power of a full fat DDC and have a greater control range, so not really. The head pressure of two combined is higher than an 18W DDC. And after all most of that heat is lost to the air anyway so at the side of a 250W card i'm not sure it's even a relevant concern.


There's no doubt for anyone that it's excessive, the extra fittings alone make it hard to justify. But then so is having two 1TB M.2's just to run in RAID1.

JR
post #42 of 99
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post

No, both reservoirs dropped equally as the pressure difference is exactly the same with both pumps running.

I'm not really sure how you measure effectiveness, the thermal and acoustic performance is outstanding and some value must be attached to redundancy.

Heat input from the pumps? SPC's draw 1/3 of the power of a full fat DDC and have a greater control range, so not really. The head pressure of two combined is higher than an 18W DDC. And after all most of that heat is lost to the air anyway so at the side of a 250W card i'm not sure it's even a relevant concern.


There's no doubt for anyone that it's excessive, the extra fittings alone make it hard to justify. But then so is having two 1TB M.2's just to run in RAID1.

JR

As long as the reservoirs are air/water (which ofcourse we can assume they are smile.gif ) , it will certainly help to have two pumps like that, but having the outlet of the first pump going directly into the inlet of the 2nd pump, and not a reservoir would most likely be better.

Although I might just as well be "arguing" something that in reality works differently than what I am imagining it does, I've only seen 2 pumps in series where there was no reservoir between them tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Norlig View Post

As long as the reservoirs are air/water (which ofcourse we can assume they are smile.gif ) , it will certainly help to have two pumps like that, but having the outlet of the first pump going directly into the inlet of the 2nd pump, and not a reservoir would most likely be better.

Although I might just as well be "arguing" something that in reality works differently than what I am imagining it does, I've only seen 2 pumps in series where there was no reservoir between them tongue.gif

Sorry for a little off topic but I was thinking about going for two pumps in my system but was going to do a push/pull pump setup if that makes sense.

Rads>pump 1> CPU>GPU(or parrallel)>Pump 2>Rads

So by push/pull pumps I am thinking one pump pushing fluid into the blocks while the other is pulling fluid out.

Any idea how well this works?
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post #46 of 99
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Originally Posted by madbrayniak View Post

Sorry for a little off topic but I was thinking about going for two pumps in my system but was going to do a push/pull pump setup if that makes sense.

Rads>pump 1> CPU>GPU(or parrallel)>Pump 2>Rads

So by push/pull pumps I am thinking one pump pushing fluid into the blocks while the other is pulling fluid out.

Any idea how well this works?

Pumps are not Pulling they only Push...
post #47 of 99
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Originally Posted by TechMaxTV View Post

Pumps are not Pulling they only Push...

they would have to create suction as they push.
post #48 of 99
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they would have to create suction as they push.

Yes but give it a try, build a loop with the reservoir underneath the pump even if it is fulfilled until the pump nothing will happen es they don't suck.
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Yes but give it a try, build a loop with the reservoir underneath the pump even if it is fulfilled until the pump nothing will happen es they don't suck.

The pump is turned on. What happens next?

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