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post #21 of 31
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i talked to Swiftech yesterday and the tech guy assured me that a MCW30 will fit so im going to use one of those.
yup the swiftech will fit on almost anything, but doesent look and wont perform as well as some others do.
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post #22 of 31
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yup the swiftech will fit on almost anything, but doesent look and wont perform as well as some others do.
Yeah but its low restriction...An AMD doesn't need to be WC any way..My Swifty NB cooler keeps my NB around 2C hotter then my CPU and my CPU never gets over 9C above room ambient...I think you said you were doing it for quiet...But the little 40x10mm Sunon fan on the NB cooler is nearly silent..To me any way...

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yes thats true Ira for the AMD, my chipset gets up to 50C on a max max load!!! thats with a spot cool fan on it and an Enzotech heatsink, its starting to crash my pc....
There for ill have to start water cooling it.
Darn i didnt know the NB were getting so hot!

Going to get an EK block, and then maybe oc it a bit more.

And of course im getting a second loop for the chipset and my GPU card
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post #24 of 31
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yes thats true Ira for the AMD, my chipset gets up to 50C on a max max load!!! thats with a spot cool fan on it and an Enzotech heatsink, its starting to crash my pc....
There for ill have to start water cooling it.
Darn i didnt know the NB were getting so hot!

Going to get an EK block, and then maybe oc it a bit more.

And of course im getting a second loop for the chipset and my GPU card
Yeah a lot of Intel guys say that...But a lot of them just use a good HSF and say they are fine to on big OC's...It might be mobo specific or something...I guess they get hotter because the memory controller is on it...If I were going to WC it I would do like you are and put it on its own little loop...

I hate even seeing a GPU in the CPU loop but I understand why guys want to WC them...
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post #25 of 31
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Yeah a lot of Intel guys say that...But a lot of them just use a good HSF and say they are fine to on big OC's...It might be mobo specific or something...I guess they get hotter because the memory controller is on it...If I were going to WC it I would do like you are and put it on its own little loop...

I hate even seeing a GPU in the CPU loop but I understand why guys want to WC them...
LOL ya, my cpu is a lone ranger LOL.
Im just making a second loop because i got an extra D5 pump and a MCR320 rad. So might as well.
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post #26 of 31
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why not split the loop with an "F" fitting right out of the pump ? 1/2" to cpu and gpu and 1/4" to chipset then all back together just before the reservoir...ive seen a Swiftech rep do this and he says it all cools really well. i think thats what im gonna do with mine...i can post links to his pics if its ok to post links from another forum.....
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post #27 of 31
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why not split the loop with an "F" fitting right out of the pump ? 1/2" to cpu and gpu and 1/4" to chipset then all back together just before the reservoir...ive seen a Swiftech rep do this and he says it all cools really well. i think thats what im gonna do with mine...i can post links to his pics if its ok to post links from another forum.....
naaaa....extra restriction in the loop is something i do not like...and those "F" fitting will cause that.
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post #28 of 31
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it should only cause restriction in the 1/4" chipset circuit of the system....the 1/2" cpu and gpu flow should pass by the slower moving 1/4" chipset circuit....it would seem ?
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post #29 of 31
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it should only cause restriction in the 1/4" chipset circuit of the system....the 1/2" cpu and gpu flow should pass by the slower moving 1/4" chipset circuit....it would seem ?
hmmm i would think at that point where the F fitting turnned from 1/2in to 1/2in and 1/4in there would be some turbulence there at that point, also making the pump work some more buy adding that 1/4 line, through the chipset, ran etc will significantly drop the pressure and there for slow down the flow...
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post #30 of 31
While I'm new to this I'd like to offer a little help if I can.

I'd at least get a "Y" fitting so that you are still mainly going "inline" with the flow. Ideally, yes you'd want the same size tubing in order to reduce the higher pressure found with smaller tubing. This would allow for more even flow between the two loops. But I dunno if there is much you can do being limited to the size of the inlet on the chipset block. Maybe you can do 1/4" to two 1/4" fittings and put a reducer down the line a little before the chipset.

It might not matter then because if water is anything like air (and both are considered "fluids") then the water will flow faster through that smaller diameter area. This just comes with my experiences with cars and smaller versus larger ports and cylinder filling and may not apply to computers cause damnit... I iz da nubzorz!!

Good luck no matter what though!!
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