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No. All you have to buy are new fittings. Not that expensive at all
A assume you mean using these to change over before it goes into the pump? But how effective is that going to be since the barbs on the pump are only 3/8?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=3820
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I would use that 360 rad just for those video cards.

Is there a way to remove those elbows from those GPU blocks and add str8 barbs?
Agreed, those elbows are killing your flow rate
post #23 of 62
you do have an additive so you dont get corrosion with those gpu blocks
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What pump do you have? I'm talking about the actual barbs themselves that you need to change. The parts you put the tubes onto.
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you do have an additive so you dont get corrosion with those gpu blocks
Yup.

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Agreed, those elbows are killing your flow rate
I'll try to take them off and see what it looks like underneath the fitting.
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What pump do you have? I'm talking about the actual barbs themselves that you need to change. The parts you put the tubes onto.
I doubt theres a way to change the fittings on the pump.

http://www.epowerhousepc.com/Asetek-...54)-p-653.html
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post #28 of 62
@ gunner14
Is this your first water cooling kit experience? If so, why didn't you consult us in the first place. We would have both maximized your cooling potential and decreased costs.
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Well Either take out your seccond card untill you can afford a good pump and GOOD 360mm Radiator or get ready to drop some good bucks

You are way to hot man and your gonna probably KILL your system because that water will BOIL! If your processor is hitting 80*C then that HOT water goes to BOTH 2900's....dude your TUBES will Melt!
Yeah, I agree. I actually only added the 2nd card to the loop last night and I wasn't sure what to expect before hand. I may well take the card out until I get a better handle on all this heat.

The CPU usually doesn't go over 60C for very long though but I've been trying to keep a close watch on all the temps.

Just imagine how warm my room is right now!
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@ gunner14
Is this your first water cooling kit experience? If so, why didn't you consult us in the first place. We would have both maximized your cooling potential and decreased costs.
Yes, but I've been dabbling in water for about 2 years now. Really everything was fine until I got this 2nd card. Temps were pretty low for both card and cpu.
I've actually only had those two blocks on the cards for about 2 weeks so they're both eligible to be returned to newegg.
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