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post #121 of 132
yeah.. theres no way it could handle all that.
the pump itself only flows about 60lph as it is.
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post #122 of 132
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yeah no way the pump would handle all that extra stuff. just go with a custom water cooling setup.
post #123 of 132
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yeah no way the pump would handle all that extra stuff. just go with a custom water cooling setup.
http://www.overclock.net/9310306-post121.html

no problems with my loop.
post #124 of 132
hmm interesting.. im just afraid of pump failure.
post #125 of 132
Maybe I missed something, but I've seen a lot of double fan radiator mods, but has anyone ever tried to just use a better 120mm rad with a reservoir?

Perhaps like this one?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/53...?tl=g30c95s159

Perhaps we'd get a little better core temps with the swiftech res and that wider black ice rad?

Thanks
post #126 of 132
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Originally Posted by Jaeden View Post
hmm interesting.. im just afraid of pump failure.
If anything, the pump will live longer as theres less restriction.

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Originally Posted by p8blr View Post
Maybe I missed something, but I've seen a lot of double fan radiator mods, but has anyone ever tried to just use a better 120mm rad with a reservoir?

Perhaps like this one?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/53...?tl=g30c95s159

Perhaps we'd get a little better core temps with the swiftech res and that wider black ice rad?

Thanks
That would be fine and would work well too. The main reason a 240's good to use is that you will still have your nice 240 for when and if you buy a full custom loop.
post #127 of 132
Is it alright to use a passive reservoir instead of the swiftech one? I ask this because those reservoirs have the in and out at the bottom of them, and it would seem to me that a config like that would put a lot more strain on the pump. So is it alright to have the weight of the liquid pushing down with a reservoir like that in the vertical position?

Here's what I'm talking about:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/22...?tl=g30c95s164

thanks!
post #128 of 132
How come the pump died
I was gonna do this aswell

PS. Sorry for bump
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post #129 of 132
come all join here..

...:::The H50-Mod Club:::...

we´ll post here long time tests and other setups. feel free to join

cheez
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erm, how do you fill it up?
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