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post #341 of 680
So thats 2 inlets and 3 outlets? Can't say I've seen such a configuration before.
post #342 of 680
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So thats 2 inlets and 3 outlets? Can't say I've seen such a configuration before.
yeah thats right

i've never heard of some one developing a block designed for 2 pumps in parallel im just playing really
post #343 of 680
Good man. If you just did the same as everyone else you would be wasting your time.
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Good man. If you just did the same as everyone else you would be wasting your time.
Yeah im a bit burnt out really whihc is why im just playing

Im currently doing a sim of my normal block but with 2 pumps in series to see how much difference it makes.

im assuming that 2 pumps doubles the pressure while the flow rates stay the same
post #345 of 680
the one problem with the last one.. i heard even trough TECs, the middle is still the point where most of the CPU heat goes to, and thats the hottest spot in that block. could you try reversing the flow direction?
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the one problem with the last one.. i heard even trough TECs, the middle is still the point where most of the CPU heat goes to, and thats the hottest spot in that block. could you try reversing the flow direction?
yip so ture
post #347 of 680
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How this is my duel pump in series block .. this dropped the temps by about .5c i think





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Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/21/09 at 3:34am
post #348 of 680
Ooo nice! What about 3 in series?
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post #349 of 680
To what end? Eventually adding more and more pumps just costs more and you gain nothing.
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I was just interested to see a simulation of 3 to see how the gains in temperature are related to the number of pumps.
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