Originally Posted by alienalvan
Thanks @Ashcroft for the feedback & i've adjust it into parallel how about now?
This flow confuses me. As VeritronX said ... if there is nothing to stop the water going straight through the GPU attachments ... then won't it do just that ... skip right past the GPUs on the way 'north', through the CPU block and then skip right past the GPUs on the way 'south'.
Or are we relying on the constriction in the CPU to 'force' some of the water through the GPUs?Comment by VeritronX (Click to show)
Originally Posted by VeritronX
Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL
If you put fittings on the top and bottom of the same side of a gpu block there is nothing stopping the water from going straight through, so If you do what the picture describes you won't have any cooling for the gpu's. Gpu blocks are designed to have the water go in one side and come out the other. You need to have the input to the gpus on a different side to the output.. then it will go into one side of each gpu and then out the other side and continue to the rest of the loop.