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Although they look like holes a little unless I am crazy it's just part of the pathway of the inlet.

Also does anyone know how they make these? I can only see them being 2 pieces or molded somehow
yea, i'm not too sure how they go about making them too.. it's a bit odd... o.O
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post #152 of 273
Surely it would just be one block of material and then they carve out the pathways and drill the holes?
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from what i can see its almost as prosser describes, except the channels are milled out from the front and then covered by small acrylic plates that are bonded to the main part with glue. if you look very closely you can see what i think is a seam of some sort from the glue.
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Aye - sounds about right
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I have the 18w version with XSPC Res top
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Quick question for the DDC crew. Gonna stick my GTX295 under water and apart from the block I have enough spares so it can have its own loop with a 240 rad, and a MCP350. Should I give its own loop or stick it in a loop with my EK and a GTX420. Also will that be too restrictive(For a 18w DDC)?
Edited by Starbuck5000 - 10/26/09 at 5:54am
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Quick question for the DDC crew. Gonna stick my GTX295 under water and apart from the block I have enough spares so it can have its own loop with a 240 rad, and a MCP350. Should I give its own loop or stick it in a loop with my EK and a GTX420. Also will that be too restrictive(For a 18w DDC)?
a 18w ddc has plenty of head pressure for almost any loop. It shuold work great for you. Personally I would go for sep loops
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Quick question for the DDC crew. Gonna stick my GTX295 under water and apart from the block I have enough spares so it can have its own loop with a 240 rad, and a MCP350. Should I give its own loop or stick it in a loop with my EK and a GTX420. Also will that be too restrictive(For a 18w DDC)?
That pump wont have an issue with all of that. Id run one loop for simplicity sake.
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I know this question has probably been asked
10 times in this thread but which would be better d5 with top or a d3.2 with a top. I can either buy a 655 with a alphacool top r a 355 with xspc. Whxh is better?
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I know this question has probably been asked
10 times in this thread but which would be better d5 with top or a d3.2 with a top. I can either buy a 655 with a alphacool top r a 355 with xspc. Whxh is better?
Depends on the loop you intend to run. For a low restriction loop the d5 will provide better flow rates. Higher restriction or larger loops would be better suited for a ddc. Temps either way would be almost identical as a flow over 1.5gpm yields diminishing returns. I would pick the ddc because of size/noise/looks.
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