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Do you think they will give me a volume discount for ordering 18 120mm fans?
ROFL..if they do...let me know! HA
post #22 of 37
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Me thinks I read somewheres its like 8mm..Is that a bad thing? More pressure through the rad..would be good right?


8mm is only 0.31" 10mm is 3/8"...You would need a heck of a pump not to totally kill your flow when it hit it...The Germans like low flow stuff for some reason...
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post #23 of 37
thats in most of europe it seems. been looking for decent WC gear everywhere. might try the UK.
post #24 of 37
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.The Germans like low flow stuff for some reason...
das more efficiency..at a lohwer rate of consumption..dah.

So the D5 wouldnt be up to par?
post #25 of 37
now all of you take a better look at the giant rad. it has 3 triple rads. each has its own in/out. that means you just have to split your flow to maintain the waterflow, while it cools really effectively due to flowing slower in the rads compared to the rest of the system.
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Yeah it looks like it is just 3 triple rads..Which is worse for flow with 4 extra barbs then if it had only a in and a out....If thats the way it really is made I don't think a D-5 would be to good on it, not with multiple block loops anyway..Some people can make low flow work OK ....I like high flow and high head loops thats all I ever make.......
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post #27 of 37
i just said you could maintain your high flow by splitting the flow, then have it go trough all rads, then get the flow back together.

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post #28 of 37
yes please...do. Im cornused
post #29 of 37
I don't do split loops either......I run a 480 GTX with 4 108cfm Sunon and 4 115cfm Pana's on it works fine for me.....If you notice in their ad they brag about beating out the old BIX not the GTX....
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I don't do split loops either......I run a 480 GTX with 4 108cfm Sunon and 4 115cfm Pana's on it works fine for me.....If you notice in their ad they brag about beating out the old BIX not the GTX....
yah, i think the same way.
but it does offer some possibilities.

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