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What kind of flow are you getting with all those rads? I get 1.21GPM when I have all three of my D5's running at max. Right now I have them lowered them to 100%, 60%, and 50% and I'm getting 0.82GPM. Pretty quiet overall at those speeds. Now I just need to get a different PSU. That 1300 G2 is super loud lol.



Don't have a meter (had a koolance one a while ago) but If I run the first or second pump on its own, the flow is still pretty decent. Two pumps helps it push a littler faster. Both pumps are D5 vario (no rpm) and are set to #5. I have about 16 rubber bushings holding a piece of acrylic where both pump assemblies are attached to. Its very quiet once most of the trapped air has worked its way out of the pumps.
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Don't have a meter (had a koolance one a while ago) but If I run the first or second pump on its own, the flow is still pretty decent. Two pumps helps it push a littler faster. Both pumps are D5 vario (no rpm) and are set to #5. I have about 16 rubber bushings holding a piece of acrylic where both pump assemblies are attached to. Its very quiet once most of the trapped air has worked its way out of the pumps.
I just installed a Koolance FM18D. Extremely nice meter.
    
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I had this one w/ the separate display:









Right now, I'm running one of those visual flow indicators just for the initial start up and for funs to have in the loop.
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PPCs res colours available from all brands tongue.gif



Monsoon have a large range of reservoir tube colors to select from and even have some semi frosted finishes.


Aww man thanks a mill.

Have you used their reservoir modular system or know anyone that has used the modular system? I'm liking this kit, but curious to see if anyone use it for their build.

Thanks again.

Edit: Nevermind, I found a thread on the Monsoon system.
Edited by Methodical - 2/15/16 at 5:28pm
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post #94825 of 107126
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What is the deal with Performance PCS? They are charging me .4 lbs for ONE 12 inch PWM extension. Also .5 lbs for a 5 inch led strip?

I heard someone was having this issue before ordering a custom loop. They charged him for 150 lbs of equipment for ONE small custom loop.rolleyes.gif

My order was for 3 pwm connectors and ONE 5 inch led strip and it came to 5 lbs...

Is this fraud or error?
I ordered one of the Monsoon bending kits (the version without the carry case) ... PPCs reported the weight as 9.5lb and my total cart as 20lbs (the order included 2 x 360 rads too). Fedex reported it as 14.7lbs. When the package arrived, I weighted the bending kit ... less than 2lbs.

BTW - the kit with the case weights less than the kit without ... 9lbs v 9.5 lbs.

I've emailed PPCs about it and they are looking into it.
post #94826 of 107126
So i wanted to measurre the flow rate of my system and the only thing that was an option was the Aquaero 6 ... browsing through PPCs i stumbled across the Aquacomputer Aquastream Ultimate reading trough the specs it says that it includes some kind of software virtual flow sensor ... It also comes with much more goodies that i will probably use but i just dont know how it compares to other pumps .... Considering the cost for an Aquaero 6 plus the flow sensor adapters i just dont know if its worth the investment .... But i also have a couple of D5s Non PWM which i could not use or a couple of MCP50x which i could use with the Aquaero .... But this pump is starting to intrigue me a lot ...

Do you guys have any input regarding this pumps ????
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So i wanted to measurre the flow rate of my system and the only thing that was an option was the Aquaero 6 ... browsing through PPCs i stumbled across the Aquacomputer Aquastream Ultimate reading trough the specs it says that it includes some kind of software virtual flow sensor ... It also comes with much more goodies that i will probably use but i just dont know how it compares to other pumps .... Considering the cost for an Aquaero 6 plus the flow sensor adapters i just dont know if its worth the investment .... But i also have a couple of D5s Non PWM which i could not use or a couple of MCP50x which i could use with the Aquaero .... But this pump is starting to intrigue me a lot ...

Do you guys have any input regarding this pumps ????
I've been using the Koolance FM18D for about 3 days now. Does an awesome job. It's currently $56.99 from ppcs.



http://www.performance-pcs.com/koolance-ins-fm18d-coolant-flow-meter-with-display.html
    
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I just copied my post from "the mod" club and put it here, maybe you guys could help me too.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?



This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?
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So i wanted to measurre the flow rate of my system and the only thing that was an option was the Aquaero 6 ... browsing through PPCs i stumbled across the Aquacomputer Aquastream Ultimate reading trough the specs it says that it includes some kind of software virtual flow sensor ... It also comes with much more goodies that i will probably use but i just dont know how it compares to other pumps .... Considering the cost for an Aquaero 6 plus the flow sensor adapters i just dont know if its worth the investment .... But i also have a couple of D5s Non PWM which i could not use or a couple of MCP50x which i could use with the Aquaero .... But this pump is starting to intrigue me a lot ...

Do you guys have any input regarding this pumps ????

You will need to look up the special fitting that are additional for that pump believe they are called eheim 1046 Adapters.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Eheim+1046+adapters
post #94830 of 107126
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I just copied my post from "the mod" club and put it here, maybe you guys could help me too.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?



This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?

Hmmm, I know one guy over in the 970 thread has pulled off putting a universal block on a ASUS 970 Turbo under its shroud. Think it would depend on how much room you have to work with under the shroud.
     
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