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Hmm wonder what happens for 3 cards.

Each card gets 33%, would be my guess.
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Originally Posted by HF Venom View Post

could someone explain to me how this works (the flow) I'm kinda confused... or link me to a better pic that shows it. rolleyes.gif

series: water enters block 1, goes through block 1, exits block 1 and travels to block 2 (which it passes etc..)
parallel: water splits up and enters block 1 ánd 2, travels through both blocks simultaneously and joins again at exit.

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Hmmm, thought it might be Solidworks. I just started using it at school and it's so much more intuitive than AutoCAD. I'll need to find myself a copy somewhere. ninja.gif

I've been using 'occasionally' (that is in bursts of hours a week every now and then) for 3 years now. Once you get the hang of it it's a really great program, until you reach it's limitations that is. Too many concentric/merge relations in one sketch are enough to render solidworks useless. When I tried to make the holes in the case first time around I had the holes connected slightly inefficiently with construction lines, once I tried to do the extruded cut Solidworks just said (after 5 minutes ofc) no can do, or well, it just didn't do anything and forgot about the feature it was trying to do headscratch.gif
There are bigger 'brothers' of solidworks, which work essentially the same but are able to deal with such cases a lot better, but since I have to use solidworks at school I'll stick to it for now rolleyes.gif
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The best way for me to visualize in my head is to think of a fork in the road. The water comes from one lane. Splits into two then joins back into one

Edit: Here is my epic paint skillz

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oh wow, thanks smile.gif makes much more sense now
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The best way for me to visualize in my head is to think of a fork in the road. The water comes from one lane. Splits into two then joins back into one

Edit: Here is my epic paint skillz

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I've been told on forums such as these and in YouTube videos (by well respected water coolers) that this is the most efficient way to cool an SLI configuration, because the coolant isn't being reused by being transferred from one block to the next - but rather cool water entering both blocks simultaneously, and warmer exiting simultaneously. Once I start my SLI this summer, this will most likely be the way I'll go... Plus it looks cool.
Edited by ProfeZZor X - 3/8/13 at 2:54pm
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I am going to stop tiptoeing around it and just bite the bullet.

Pipe bending, here I come. BNeg, thank you for inspiring this as well as your extremely helpful guide.

*edit*

What say you OCN? Should I go for Nickel/Cu pipe or get some Cu pipe and paint it dark grey? I like the idea of a flat color contrasting the shiny blocks.
Edited by Michalius - 3/8/13 at 2:49pm
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I am going to stop tiptoeing around it and just bite the bullet.

Pipe bending, here I come. BNeg, thank you for inspiring this as well as your extremely helpful guide.

*edit*

What say you OCN? Should I go for Nickel/Cu pipe or get some Cu pipe and paint it dark grey? I like the idea of a flat color contrasting the shiny blocks.
Definitely flat dark grey!
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Originally Posted by Michalius View Post

I am going to stop tiptoeing around it and just bite the bullet.

Pipe bending, here I come. BNeg, thank you for inspiring this as well as your extremely helpful guide.

*edit*

What say you OCN? Should I go for Nickel/Cu pipe or get some Cu pipe and paint it dark grey? I like the idea of a flat color contrasting the shiny blocks.


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Once you have a go you will be amazed how easy it actually is.
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I did it and love the results. It was not overly difficult. thumb.gif
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Hey, It's been a while since I have posted anything here, but thought I would post some pictures of my Tj11 that I have been working on. It's about 70% finished but it's up and running. I used Acrylic tubing and really like it.

Let me know what you think so far. I hope to start a build log this weekend.















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Hey, It's been a while since I have posted anything here, but thought I would post some pictures of my Tj11 that I have been working on. It's about 70% finished but it's up and running. I used Acrylic tubing and really like it.

Let me know what you think so far. I hope to start a build log this weekend.




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I like this,very clean. thumb.gif
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