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Ahhh, I should have realized that. Lot of good that circuits class did me Good call.

Returning to basics then, would putting a second pump in (say, after the CPU as was earlier suggested) be beneficial or not worth the trouble/wattage?
The Plumbing Analogy?



Yes, placing a second D5 will be beneficial for maybe up to 1C. However, worth is subjective.

Read here: http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Mart...Estimator.html
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The Plumbing Analogy?



Yes, placing a second D5 will be beneficial for maybe up to 1C. However, worth is subjective.

Read here: http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Mart...Estimator.html
Thanks for that, gave me a decent idea of what to expect. I've got a fairly restrictive nozzle on my TDX so I suppose a pump after wouldn't hurt.
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Put them in series one after the other, it's almost always better than parallel unless it's an extremely free flowing setup which is nearly impossible in water cooling.

This isn't guaranteed to give you better temps though, the added heat dump could possibly cause more harm than the good by the added flow. Give it a try though and if it's worse, turn them both down..
    
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