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I would have liked a comparison in a real loop against a D5 or DDC pump, this is overclock.net smile.gif
sameee :'(
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I would have liked a comparison in a real loop against a D5 or DDC pump, this is overclock.net smile.gif

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sameee :'(

I would love to test that. How do you think I test this? What equipment do you think I need to test this?

Let me know.
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If you have a custom waretcooling loop you can take idle: temps, stress temps and gaming temps of cpu/gpu using a loop that doesn't feature the neochanger then do the same with the neochanger added.
you would need:
all watercooling components including a separate pump/res to compare against the neochanger's pump/res if you get me
Hopefully that makes some sense haha im not the best at explaining
post #24 of 28
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If you have a custom waretcooling loop you can take idle: temps, stress temps and gaming temps of cpu/gpu using a loop that doesn't feature the neochanger then do the same with the neochanger added.
you would need:
all watercooling components including a separate pump/res to compare against the neochanger's pump/res if you get me
Hopefully that makes some sense haha im not the best at explaining

Thanks for your input, however I will not be retesting.
Edited by bluedevil - 8/7/17 at 12:28pm
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I would love to test that. How do you think I test this? What equipment do you think I need to test this?

Let me know.
For a pump I would be happy to run it in 2 loops: a simple and low restriction one (CPU only + 240 rad, or perhaps low restriction CPU+GPU and a 360 rad) and a bigger one (multiple GPUs, a more restrictive CPU block). I would like to see what's the sweet spot of this pump's rpm and the noise it generates, and how it stacks against a D5, for instance.

You could also analyse restriction and flow like Martin, VSG and Stren do, but that will take lots of equipment.
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My new 360mm rad came in today. And will be adding it to my loop with the Enermax,a 360mm rad ,and the ekwb block on my 1080ti . So when my new case gets here tomorrow I'll see what the deal was with the aluminum as I'm rebuilding the loop in the Tower 900.
post #27 of 28
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I used Mechanix gloves in the video. biggrin.gif
Mechanix gloves are nice. If you guys are always building connections for water loops and dont have the primochill revovlers that have a tiny spanner wrench, i recommend looking into electricians slipjoint pliers, they wont wreck what you are gripping and get a decent grip on stuff.
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Mechanix gloves are nice. If you guys are always building connections for water loops and dont have the primochill revovlers that have a tiny spanner wrench, i recommend looking into electricians slipjoint pliers, they wont wreck what you are gripping and get a decent grip on stuff.
I am gonna go buy newer gloves later, from Home Depot...can't remember which ones.
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