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Its a bit un-orthodx to go from Pump -> Res but I suppose if it works for you then fair enough.
Why not just put a Y splitter in after your pump to feed the 2 inputs on the CPU block then have a standard reservoir at the end of the loop?


Think u might have forgot to answer b4

Whats the coolent inside it now, and what was the cloudy coolent u used b4?
Hmmm what do you mean pump->res?
My setup is res->pump->rad->CPU block->res

A "Y" spliter is shown in a decrease in performance, the V8 has 2 outlets, might as well use them to their full potential, why cramp 2 outlets into 1??
that by itself will decrease the flow rate by adding alot of restriction.

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Very nice job!!! What kind of temp's are you getting now with the full DO?
DO? lol havent heard that, i guess you mean my EK 8800 block, sorry im a nnoob

Well OCed at 720/1100 im getting a load of 42C and idle at 36C
NOTE: that my NB and MOFSETS are in the same loop, while my CPU is at 3.6 @1.45v
Temps taken by ATITool and Nvidia's temp monitor, both to be sure

So im happy looks like good temps to me...what you all think?
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Hmmm what do you mean pump->res?
My setup is res->pump->rad->CPU block->res
Im not familiar with the Swiftech pumps but from your reply im guessin the output is on the top then. All the pumps ive used have the output on the side you see.
So as I was lookin at your pictures it looked like you had you pump output going directly into your res, you get me?

Oh and my bad, I mis-read ur cpu block inputs/outputs.
    
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Im not familiar with the Swiftech pumps but from your reply im guessin the output is on the top then. All the pumps ive used have the output on the side you see.
So as I was lookin at your pictures it looked like you had you pump output going directly into your res, you get me?

Oh and my bad, I mis-read ur cpu block inputs/outputs.
ahhh got you....yup the 655 output is from the top...
haha your right it would make so sense putting my output into my res lol.
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DO-Double out... ...You have your full DO flow now with the DI res, are your temp's any better?...
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DO-Double out... ...You have your full DO flow now with the DI res, are your temp's any better?...
ahh lol, nope, not that much difference.
Since i uped the V but decreased the fan speeds, so my temps are a bit higher now.
About:
28 Idle
53 Load
Not very good, but that vCore is alot.
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Hey Apollo4g ... I have 2 extra tube pairs from that section I bought at USPlastics ... I'm mounting a pair onto my external WC cabinet to cover both my loops, but I'll still have the extras laying around. If you'd like, I can get those made up with 2 inlets and the single outlet on one and single/single on the other at the same time that I'm making my own ... if you're interested.

The tubes are about 12 inches long each ... 1/4" thick walls. I'll just need to drill and mount some barbs on them ... unless you'd rather do the build yourself, then I can just send you the unfinished tubes. I still need to cap the ends with 1/4" acrylic.
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ahh lol, nope, not that much difference.
Since i uped the V but decreased the fan speeds, so my temps are a bit higher now.
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28 Idle
53 Load
Not very good, but that vCore is alot.
Oh Well it got you a higher OC with higher V-Core and about the same temp's thats good...
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Looks great! I'm in need of some more water cooling parts..
    
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Hey Apollo4g ... I have 2 extra tube pairs from that section I bought at USPlastics ... I'm mounting a pair onto my external WC cabinet to cover both my loops, but I'll still have the extras laying around. If you'd like, I can get those made up with 2 inlets and the single outlet on one and single/single on the other at the same time that I'm making my own ... if you're interested.

The tubes are about 12 inches long each ... 1/4" thick walls. I'll just need to drill and mount some barbs on them ... unless you'd rather do the build yourself, then I can just send you the unfinished tubes. I still need to cap the ends with 1/4" acrylic.
WOW Joe that would be great if you could do that for me!!!
what size barbs are you going to be using? Try the 5/8 ones for 1/2inch tubing, they are great! fit nice and snug lol.
I LOVE ACRYLIC!!! just dont have the tools to work with it...

hmm im confused about the inlets...so where will you be drilling them?
any pic as an example?
anyway you could drill them in a vertical sequance for me?
like how my res is placed right now...take a look:
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Hey anyone else have the EK waterbock for the 8800's?
any pics?
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