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You don't need to comb them. You can always spend hours pushing them in the right direction. tongue.gif. That's what I do but I'm cheap.

Good point, but LutroO does have some cheap combs for a buck, and I could get a 24 pin, 6 pin and 8 pin for 10 bucks, and that's with shipping, and it'd save those hours of tedious mending lolol rolleyes.gif
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hahah true enough. I might pick some up too, so I guess that would make me a hypocrite. biggrin.gif
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I just added Koolance QD3's to my GPU's since I have been removing them a few times lately. As I expected they have restricted flow a bit so on Valley Extreme HD maximum temps have increased by about 5 degrees.

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Seems like a lot of temp increase for that amount of restriction... Do you have a flow controller to see if something else is up?
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Seems like a lot of temp increase for that amount of restriction... Do you have a flow controller to see if something else is up?

Sadly I have no flow meter (that's the next job I think) but then again I haven't measured it in any scientific way.
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Seems like a lot of temp increase for that amount of restriction... Do you have a flow controller to see if something else is up?

I'm thinking that if these were just recently installed that there is likely still some air in the loop or bubbles in the cards that are creating the temp difference.
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I'm thinking that if these were just recently installed that there is likely still some air in the loop or bubbles in the cards that are creating the temp difference.

I think you are right thumb.gif

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I just added Koolance QD3's to my GPU's since I have been removing them a few times lately. As I expected they have restricted flow a bit so on Valley Extreme HD maximum temps have increased by about 5 degrees. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Temp increase is to be expected,5c is a bit steep tho. Seeing as your cards are serial,its unlikely to be a bleeding issue....Are both cards reading the same 5c increase or is this 5c on the CPU?
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Yeah, I think bram is right. Crank your pump if you can and give it some time thumb.gif
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Temp increase is to be expected,5c is a bit steep tho. Seeing as your cards are serial,its unlikely to be a bleeding issue....Are both cards reading the same 5c increase or is this 5c on the CPU?

No it is on the B GPU of Card 1 (the top one) with the other GPU's registering a smaller increase. Assuming Bram is right I am going to pop out for a couple of pints of Staropramen Coolant and leave her running then try again when I stagger back cheers.gif
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