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post #8181 of 106083
Wouldn't the parallel bridge be the better choice (as far as faster flow)

(unless you're running a 355/35x with higher head pressure)
post #8182 of 106083
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you're good, the blanks come w/ two ***pairs*** of o-rings (they are different sizes, so be careful).

I highly recommend read the instructions a couple of times at least! Take your time, do NOT rush or you'll have a major leak. Check the size of the screws you'll be using, one or two are different lengths. I made a huge mistake, rushed through it, used the wrong screws in the wrong places and had a couple of disastrous leaks

Don't let ^^^ discourage you, once I did correctly it was leak free and ever since, I have dismantled it a few times and being doing it like I suggested, nothing has ever leaked or gone south with this. Its a really nice setup. good luck
^^^this!!!!!! lol

I had a minor (is there such a thing?) leak when I set up my bridge (it was because I was excited and tired) and did not use the proper o-ring on one link. it scared the roshambo out of me, and even though I was a little disappointed, I sallied forth! and fixed it...been running strong ever since.
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you're good, the blanks come w/ two ***pairs*** of o-rings (they are different sizes, so be careful).

I highly recommend read the instructions a couple of times at least before installing! Take your time, do NOT rush or you'll have a major leak. Check the size of the screws you'll be using, one or two are different lengths. I made a huge mistake, rushed through it, used the wrong screws in the wrong places and had a couple of disastrous leaks

Don't let ^^^ discourage you, once I did correctly it was leak free and ever since, I have dismantled it a few times and being doing it like I suggested, nothing has ever leaked or gone south with this. Its a really nice setup. good luck
Ya im pretty good at instructions, how come in ur other post you said i need links, i guessing these http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27830

do i need them?, i just want to make sure i have everything to build and not need anything extra.
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^^^this!!!!!! lol

I had a minor (is there such a thing?) leak when I set up my bridge (it was because I was excited and tired) and did not use the proper o-ring on one link. it scared the roshambo out of me, and even though I was a little disappointed, I sallied forth! and fixed it...been running strong ever since.
lol i just cant picture how parallel works, is that the better one to go with?
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Wouldn't the parallel bridge be the better choice (as far as faster flow)

(unless you're running a 355/35x with higher head pressure)
This, though I suspecta any difference is marginal, especially since its dealing w/ a 5xx cards. had it been a couple of gtx 480s I would have strongly encouraged parallel .
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This, though I suspecta any difference is marginal, especially since its dealing w/ a 5xx cards. had it been a couple of gtx 480s I would have strongly encouraged parallel .
lmao...this is very true.

Also, Qu1ckset...what pump are you using?
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lmao...this is very true.

Also, Qu1ckset...what pump are you using?
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lol i just cant picture how parallel works, is that the better one to go with?
think of parallel as the flow is "split" in passed through all blocks at the same time. as opposed to series/serial where the flow enters one block, exits, and enters another, and so on. A lot of people argue that parallel is better as the water enters all blocks at the same time, while series/serial it enters one card and picks up more heat that is passed along to the other card.

Though, many also argue that water temps will equalize and it does not make a difference in terms of temps.

While others argue that restriction varies among both designs.

TBH, most of these arguments are about very small differences though many tend to favor parallel with a slight advantage from these arguments.
post #8189 of 106083
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Ok so this is what i would need to run a 2sli w/c set up minus the compression fittings and tubes

2x Gpu Block
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29843

1x 3way sli w/c bridge "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27825

1x Blank cap "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28003

i would need nothing else?
So the Above list is complete, i dont need these?:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27830
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post #8190 of 106083
I'd say go with the parallel, you'll have higher flow rates, but since GF110's aren't exactly the furnaces their siblings are, as wermad said, serials should be ok.

Also, you need the links to connect the blocks to the bridge.

And, i'll stop butting in...lol.
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