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post #1641 of 106451
hey guys, real quick, what size threads do the swiftech rads use? It is M3 right?
post #1642 of 106451
"M3.5 threaded fan and case-mounting holes"
It's listed under "specifications" (below the graphs) on Swiftech's website.
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alright, thanks and +rep. :-)
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For sli/crossfire watercooling, Im unsure what is the best way to set up my blocks. should I run both blocks simultaneously (using tube/stubby fittings sli/crossfire connector ) or in sequence (flows from one block and then the second). Im worried about back pressure if i run simultaneously. tnx
as long as you have two identical blocks and adequate system pressure, then its not a problem to run them in parallel.
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post #1645 of 106451
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as long as you have two identical blocks and adequate system pressure, then its not a problem to run them in parallel.
Tnx, I have two different blocks (ek 4870x2 and ek 4870 blocks) I've had concerns about running in "parallel", now im leaning towards sequence. I've heard parallel runs 5ºC cooler than sequence. ne thoughts? tnx for your unput, + rep
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Tnx, I have two different blocks (ek 4870x2 and ek 4870 blocks) I've had concerns about running in "parallel", now im leaning towards sequence. I've heard parallel runs 5ºC cooler than sequence. ne thoughts? tnx for your unput, + rep
parrellel will keep both cards closer to the same temp, series will have the later cards be warmer.
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new pics from me









and 45 more here http://www.flickr.com/photos/studiov...14269586/show/

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Just thought I would share this with you guys! I broke one of the cheap plastic barbs on my Swiftech MicroRes so this is my temporary fix til my compression fittings arrive.



What do you think???
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