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post #21 of 81
oh yes . i forget what you have and it takes a life time to go through your build log
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lol sorry about that I gotta clean it up and take out all the useless pics now such as all the components I ended up not using and such... and I was thinking about it you said "Longer the path the greater the resistance" wouldnt that only matter from the inlet to the RES not including the RES right?? since there is no restriction from the RES inlet it is getting a steady flow of fluid from the res and what I was thinking was when the Pump takes the water in and then sends it out of its inlet the flow rate is X then it goes into the Stinger and becomes X-Y and then each inlet goes into a seperate 480 so then it would be (X-Y)/2 before each line goes into the rad (Im just guessing that it will split in half this is all hypothetical) then after the 480s the flow rate is at ((X-Y)/2)-Z and that goes into the res so will that really change the flow rate since the pump isnt really pushing it through anything since its just falling back into the bottom chamber of the RES well thats what I thought let me know if it is different than that Im still somewhat of a noob at some WCing stuff
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post #23 of 81
There is restriction from the res to the pump, barbs and piping. the pump has to effectively suck the water into the pump.

Then it has to push it around. There is friction between the water which is moving in the tube and the tube walls. This friction reduces the flow rates. longer piping= more friction = less flow rates . it doesn't matter is it's on the inlet or outlet


The flow rate doesn't change around a loop. you can't have it moving faster at one point otherwise there would be a gap with no water.

The back pressure changes as you go around the loop though And the total back pressure effects the Total flow rates

So will a res slow the flow rate down it sure does
post #24 of 81
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AHHH gotcha I was thinking of it TOTALLY wrong thanks alot Ultrasonic2 well would a lack of fluid in a res cause a drop in flow rates? or other factors like that matter?? but will anyways with this new res would it make a very significant difference in temps? and my iwaki is good right I dont need another pump and I was thinking would placing a MCP355 on each outlet from each rad to the pump make temps better or would the heat dump make it highly ineffective? thanks again ultra and REP+
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post #25 of 81
i dout you need a better pump than the manly one you have

I also dout the res would reduce the flow by much. But all these compromises add up.
if you want to spend some more money you could buy a kpa gauge and test how much back pressure the res creates. i did and it was interesting
post #26 of 81
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how much does a kpa gauge go for? and where would i go about picking one up in the states ?

EDIT: and as for compromises I think ive only made one in this loop with this RES and thats all everything else is highest performance
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post #27 of 81
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how much does a kpa gauge go for? and where would i go about picking one up in the states ?

EDIT: and as for compromises I think ive only made one in this loop with this RES and thats all everything else is highest performance
oh i have no idea where you'd get them in USA sorry

kpa pretty much = meters of h20 so you'll need to get one the right pressure for the pump whats the head in meters do you know


as for the res you'll be fine im being pedantice.
post #28 of 81
You'll be able to tell if it hurts your temp's when you put it in your loop. If your temp's go up you know its restricting flow to your pump..
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true but my temps are pretty high at the moment and if the temps decrease because of the remount and then this increases my temps slightly how would i know??.... toooo many variables
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true but my temps are pretty high at the moment and if the temps decrease because of the remount and then this increases my temps slightly how would i know??.... toooo many variables

Yeah thats true, just do your remount and see if it helps temp's, once you get all that optimized you can cut the res in easily enough.
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