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You'll be better off with those anyway.

I just love the look of carbon fiber is all. I also agree, and can't wait to get them in next week..
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post #33492 of 106449
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Am I the only one who doesn't find the monsoons that amazing? I mean yea they are nice and all and I use monsoons my self but I find the carbon fibre a bit overrated :/ That said is there anything wrong with using these kind of fittings? Bitspower 90 degree angle with compression fitting Actual fitting size is wrong but the fitting is the same

You're not the only one, I don't get what the big deal is about them. Yea they're in carbon fiber, cool....but in general, Monsoons don't really look that great when put in a loop.
That being said....what do you mean is there anything wrong with using them? I use them...actually is use this size right here. Click.
The only thing that would be wrong with them, but also applies to any 90, is you don't want to have too many 90's in your loop.
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Fixed the plumbing to ensure parallel flow and correct input/output for all five blocks: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I'm still tossing some ideas for this build so mind the wire management and my new ssd i just threw in there redface.gif
wermad, I'm confused on how the flow through the GPUs works? Wouldn't the water flow right though the top without going down through the rest of the block?
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wermad correct me if I'm wrong but I believe it works like this.
(not sure about which side is in/out)
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wermad, I'm confused on how the flow through the GPUs works? Wouldn't the water flow right though the top without going down through the rest of the block?

No. While it might seem that way, water will always follow the path of least resistance. If there is a cavity within the confines of the loop itself, the water will eventually fill it. There are always exceptions, such as air pockets that may require some mechanical persuasion. When you fill your loop, the water will travel through that first GPU block while SIMULTANEOUSLY flowing down to the next block, and the next , and the next. (Or UP to the next - depending on where your fill port is).

My new God-daughter was here a little while ago and made me think ...If you have kids you may appreciate this...(or not). A cooling loop is kind of like feeding a baby a bottle. The loop (like the baby's stomach) has air in it. When you start pouring in fluid the air has to go somewhere or there is going to be problems. You throw the baby up on your shoulder and slap em on the back a few times to rattle that air loose. Then you pour more fluid in. Rinse and repeat until full! Some advice for water cooling novices = Burp your system regularly until full. thumb.gif

(Not suggesting in any way that you are a novice morencyam - just had a random thought...I do that from time-to-time). biggrin.gif
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post #33496 of 106449
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Am I the only one who doesn't find the monsoons that amazing? I mean yea they are nice and all and I use monsoons my self but I find the carbon fibre a bit overrated :/ That said is there anything wrong with using these kind of fittings? Bitspower 90 degree angle with compression fitting Actual fitting size is wrong but the fitting is the same

those carbon fiber ones looks crappy, like it was painted on with nail polish or something!
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I believe the confusion is that it looks like that blue tube is connected to the GPUs from that angle (I was kinda confused too wink.gif)
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You're not the only one, I don't get what the big deal is about them. Yea they're in carbon fiber, cool....but in general, Monsoons don't really look that great when put in a loop.
That being said....what do you mean is there anything wrong with using them? I use them...actually is use this size right here. Click.
The only thing that would be wrong with them, but also applies to any 90, is you don't want to have too many 90's in your loop.

hmm almost the right size wink.gif I am not really sure I guess just with them being all in one like that wasnt sure if there was anything different about them. Sadly I think I might have to run about 7 of them frown.gif
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those carbon fiber ones looks crappy, like it was painted on with nail polish or something!

And to both of you I am glad I am not the only one biggrin.gif I kinda agree that it just looks painted on myself wink.gif But to all who like them that is great and I would love to see a build with them just to prove me wrong tongue.gif
    
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My first water cooling build..


Core i7 930 4ghz
12 GB ram 1600mhz
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Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

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Danger Den MPC-CPU CPU Liquid Cooling Block


Clean eh?

Upgrading to 3770k and 7970 in a couple of months.
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My first water cooling build..

Core i7 930 4ghz
12 GB ram 1600mhz
powercolor 5870 cf
800w cm silent pro
Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
Danger Den DD-CPX Pro 12V 3 Pin Powered Pump - 237 GPH
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PrimoChill PrimoFlex PRO LRT Tubing 1/2"ID 3/4"OD with 1/8" Wall
Danger Den MPC-CPU CPU Liquid Cooling Block
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Clean eh?
Upgrading to 3770k and 7970 in a couple of months.

Looks good! Only part I dislike is that xfire bridge wink.gif
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