^^^ Good thing to know. Thanks FoB. You got any suggestions as to which to use that is relatively inexpensive. I saw one manufacture that we over $40 per liter. $120 just for coolant is not my idea of worthwhile unless it comes with a guarantee.
I'm pretty intelligent and to me matched is both being put through a CNC mill at the same time with the same settings.
But I'm an automotive parts guy so , does that mean the same thing for cooling? And how do you get a matched set of GPU blocks from a vendor that doesn't manufacture the parts, such as Performance let's say?
I'm looking at that link right now, but I'm here.
Edited by Ceadderman - 4/11/10 at 1:57am
Originally Posted by jmcmtank
Because the blocks are matched and therefore have the same restriction, I can run them in parallel. Otherwise block No1 in the coolant loop will always be cooler than No2. Using the two connectors isn't as efficient as "Y" connectors before and after the graphics cards but is a good deal neater and shortens the loop. Performance wise block No1 is 1C cooler than block No2, whereas running it in series had a difference of 5C.
Ref the PSU in the pic above; you might want to look here
for a US supplier of something similar. You would have to solder-on a molex, or whatever, doubt anyone still does molex with the advent of SATA.