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Hmmmm.... that's weird. But those plastic connectors may work. But be careful. You may end up moving it to a end, where it could break. BTW, I LOVE YOUR RELETIV MOD!

BTW2: thanks for el rep
that cheered me up

thank you!!
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Thanks Syrillian !

honestly, I think I was just able to type a hair faster than ira-k this time around
...Heh! You outdrew the Sundance Kid... no easy task.

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Man, if anything all my trials are making me a water master.

I will be soon working on a THIRD revision of the mod, with some pliers in my hand and a ziptie in the other.

..And maybe a shotgun or something..taking CyberDruid's advice
...that which does not kill you only makes you stronger.
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You are a valuable member of this community. I am glad to have you here, friend.
Glad I could be of help !

Lord knows this community has helped me as well as inspired me on numerous occasions ... always nice to be able to give back.
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you got to put that "T" line right before the pump's intake.

that way if it starts to suck more, it will take the excess from the T line supplied.

and not colapse your tubing.
got it.

now, any other ideas to make this smoother? Should the ports on my reservoir be reversed? SHould I have my GPU/CPU a different way?
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dude am i seeing this right?
your output from your pump goes to your res first?
WRONG WRONG WRONG!!

Do this man:

Pump output> rad > CPU block > GPU block > res

what pump are you using?
do you have a fillport AND a res?
You have to put the drainport at the lowest part of your loop.

So i would put it like this:

Pump input > and 2 T lines in a series, the fillport T line and the drain port T line.
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Would it be feasible to place the drain directly on the output side of the Pump and all fillport(s) directly before the intake?
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Yup, we're workin' him over pretty good Apollo4g ... heh!

If at all possible, I'd try to get the fillport/res up top to feed into your main reservoir ... then have the main reservoir feed the suction side of the pump.

The rest of the loop looks fine outside of that.

Just have the GPU feed back to a t-line that has your main reservoir feeding the pump suction ... just like mentioned above.
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If kinks are causing a problem, rather than rework the system, have you considered just flipping over the pump and reversing the direction of the loop without replumbing? It would not be an optimal layout probably with the Rad being at the end of the chain, but it might work.

By the way, I could not resist. You've been sigged
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Would it be feasible to place the drain directly on the output side of the Pump and all fillport(s) directly before the intake?
Yeah, the drain is on the output, and I will be fixing the fillport to go on the input..I didn't know it'd cause this much of an issue.
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dude am i seeing this right?
your output from your pump goes to your res first?
WRONG WRONG WRONG!!

Do this man:

Pump output> rad > CPU block > GPU block > res

what pump are you using?
do you have a fillport AND a res?
You have to put the drainport at the lowest part of your loop.

So i would put it like this:

Pump input > and 2 T lines in a series, the fillport T line and the drain port T line.
Don't yell at me!



Ok, lemme get you a blank picture for you to doodle all over ok?
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