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Do I have it right?


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Yes, the washer looks good.

What nozzle will you be using ?
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4.5mm. That's the best usually, right?
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4.5mm. That's the best usually, right?
One of these day's I'll finish up my thermal testing on the nozzles, but I'm still not 100% convinced the 4.5 is the best way to go for standard pumps like the D5 or DDC. I think that's the best choice for a stronger pump setup, and the 5.5 may actually be better for a D5 or DDC powered system.

Just a theory, but that's my guess. I did some testing with a custom nozzle I made and the 4.5mm nozzle and found my custom nozzle was doing better using a D5, and I think it's because the 4.5 is just too restrictive for a D5 to be optimal.

I would recommend starting with the 5.5..
    
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One of these day's I'll finish up my thermal testing on the nozzles, but I'm still not 100% convinced the 4.5 is the best way to go for standard pumps like the D5 or DDC. I think that's the best choice for a stronger pump setup, and the 5.5 may actually be better for a D5 or DDC powered system.

Just a theory, but that's my guess. I did some testing with a custom nozzle I made and the 4.5mm nozzle and found my custom nozzle was doing better using a D5, and I think it's because the 4.5 is just too restrictive for a D5 to be optimal.

I would recommend starting with the 5.5..
Thanks for the tip. I'll start with the 5.5. Rep+

using your flow rate calculator the 4.5 is very restrictive for my setup...the lower end of "Good". With the 5.5 it's at the beginning of "Great"
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4.5/5.5 is the diameter, right?
with some hard numbers on the flowrate, you could calculate water velocity, which i think has more influence on temps than mere flowrate (as long as it remains in the good area...)
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4.5/5.5 is the diameter, right?
with some hard numbers on the flowrate, you could calculate water velocity, which i think has more influence on temps than mere flowrate (as long as it remains in the good area...)
Yeah, actually the "Speced" 4.5 measures about 4.4mm. The hard part is you get some cooling by the base away from the nozzle. So with smaller nozzles, you'll probably still net higher velocities right at the nozzle opening, but lower velocities over the rest of the pin matrix.

Somewere along the lines the reduction in velocity through the matrix causes more harm than the good provided by the nozzle velocities at the center.

Just need to thoroughly test each nozzle and plot the curve to find the optimal point. Nobody has done that yet, and I'm sure it's different for every pump setup and every type of processor. That's just alot of work.
    
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so basically everyone has to do 2 or 3 runs themselves..
of course, adding together everyone's personal results...
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makes sense, since each system has different pumps, heat generation, and fluid resistance.

Then the Quad nozzle is the only practical one for quads, irrespective of velocity?
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May i ask something ?


What did Nozzle Kit used for ?
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