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why is my card working only if there is stock cooler on GPU?

Even with no cooler on it wont boot.

 

 

Do you have to have a fan plugged into the GPU for it to boot?

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Do you have to have a fan plugged into the GPU for it to boot?

Also tried...
 
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I like the bigger tubing myself, looks good PwndN00b!thumb.gif
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New to this, so sorry for the newb question. I have noticed that there seems to be no hesitation to use 90 degree fittings by many people. I thought you would want to really minimize any angled fittings for performance reasons. Is that not correct, or does it depend on the individual setup?
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post #40878 of 102308
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New to this, so sorry for the newb question. I have noticed that there seems to be no hesitation to use 90 degree fittings by many people. I thought you would want to really minimize any angled fittings for performance reasons. Is that not correct, or does it depend on the individual setup?

It depends what pump you are using and how much equipment you are pumping water through...

The DDC (flat, square) pump is superior at pumping water through short loops with minimal occlusions. It's pressure is much stronger and allows it to "punch" for a short time.

Flow Rate: 8.7 L/min
Head Pressure: 7m

The D5 (cylindrical) pump is better at pumping through a lot of hardware and restrictions, as it's flow rate is much higher to compensate for weak pressure.

Flow Rate: 17.4L/min
Head Pressure: 5.1m

At the end of the day, unless you have triple cards or something with nothing with 90 degrees, it doesn't really matter what pump you use, or what fittings you use as long as you have good radiator cooling. My newest loop uses some 90's while my old one didn't and my temperatures are better than my previous loop.
Edited by GridIroN - 4/7/13 at 11:52am
post #40879 of 102308
Martin, from martinsliquidlab, has done testing on the impact of angled fittings and shows that they really don't decrease flow that much unless you get into a large number of them
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As the chart shows, it would take almost 30 each 90 degree elbows to add up to 1 degree in CPU temp rise.
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It depends what pump you are using and how much equipment you are pumping water through...

The DDC (flat, square) pump is superior at pumping water through short loops with minimal occlusions. It's pressure is much stronger and allows it to "punch" for a short time.

The D5 (cylindrical) pump is better at pumping through a lot of hardware and restrictions, as it's flow rate is much higher to compensate for weak pressure.

You got that backwards. DDC is what you'd want for higher restriction loops as it deals w/ drops in pressure better. It will also run a lot cooler in restrictive loops.

D5 is a great pump for loops w/ moderate restriction.
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